My education career is in Chemistry, I have obtained a B.Sc. degree with the major in Botany, Zoology and Chemistry, M.Sc. in Chemistry, M.Phil. in Organic Chemistry and Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry specialised in material sciences (nanotechnology).
Availability: Weekdays Evening 7pm-10pm
weekend and holidays 10am-12am and 7pm-10pm
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Professional Career June 2008-present: Research Associate, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK. - Prof. T. D. Wilkinson. Project Graphted; Senior Chemist; Synthesis, characterisation and transferral of monolayer Graphene for the new generation devices. - Prof. T. D. Wilkinson and Dr. S. M. Morris, Project DSTL; Senior Chemist; Synthesis and fabrication of high contrast photo-tuneable optical shutter. - Prof. H. J. Coles. Project COSMOS TT; Senior Chemist; Fabrication of thermo-stable organic dyes based devices for optimal organic matrix laser and dye sensitised solar devices. - Prof. H. J. Coles. Project LG-Display Korea; Senior Chemist;, Synthesis, characterisation and implementation of new liquid crystalline molecules for the new generation display devices. - Prof. H. J. Coles. Project COSMOS; Organic Chemist; Synthesis, characterisation and fabrication of thermo-stable organic dyes for LC laser and OLEDs. - Prof. H. J. Coles. Project CHIRALAS; Synthetic Chemist; Fabrication of new organic dyes for high contrast optical devices. May2005-Aug2007: Course Demonstrator, Department of Chemistry, Macquarie University, Sydney Australia. - Third Year Organic Chemistry, Guided final year undergraduate students in Organic chemistry theory and experimental techniques. - First Year Chemistry, Taught first year chemistry students general chemistry and organic chemistry theory and experimental techniques. Sep2002-Oct2003: Lecturer in Chemistry Department of Chemistry, Army Public College and School, Rawalpindi. Feb2000-Sep2002: Research Assistant Prof. N. Khan, and Dr. H. M. Saddiqi, Pakistan Science Foundation, Islamabad Pakistan Lecturing Experience and Responsibilities: 1- University of Cambridge, UK. i) Display Technology. Preparation of the course hand outs and delivering lectures to course students (undergraduate, postgraduate and DTC students) 2- Macquarie University, Aus. i) Organic and Biological Chemistry A. ii) Organic and Biological Chemistry B. iii) Introductory Chemistry. iv) Organic and Biological Chemistry (international students). Delivered course lectures and lab demonstrations to first year, third year on campus and international summer postgraduate students including one to one and small group (5-10 students) course supervision and tutoring. 3- Army Public College and School, Pak. i) Spectroscopy Techniques. ii) Natural Product Chemistry. iii) Advance Organic Chemistry. iv) Fundamental Organic Chemistry. v) Fundamental Chemistry. vi) Chemistry-I (1st year). vii) Chemistry-II (2nd year). Introduced undergraduates (first year and second year F. Sc. students, Cambridge O-level and A-level students) to basic and advance chemistry, chemical analysis, structural characterisation and practical lab work.