Faculty Profile

Sidra Khalid

Assistant Professor

School of Science

 : sidra.khalid@umt.edu.pk     : 3608   

Qualification:

  • Mphil Applied Physics ( 2009-2011) University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore. First division.
  • M.sc Applied Physics ( 2005-2007) University of the Engineering & Technology, Lahore. First division.
  • B.sc (Maths, Chemistry and Physics) (2003-2005) Garrison College for Women Lahore, Cantt. First division.
  • F.sc (Pre-Eng) (2001-2003) Garrison College for Women Lahore, Cantt. First division.
  • Matric (Science) (1999-2001) B.I.S.E Lahore. First division.

Research Work:

  • In M. Phil. carried out a research on the topic of "Fabrication And Characterization of Nickel Nanowires" Under the supervision of Dr. Rehana Sharif, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore.

Interested Areas:

Nanotechnology, Applied Mechanics, Applied Physics.

Professional Experience:

  •  University of Management & Technology, Lahore. (1st Feb.2008-to date)
  • Lecturer in Physics Department (Permanent faculty member)

Major Responsibilities:

    • Taught Courses of Applied Mechanics and Applied Physics to BS (Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Textile Engineering and Computer Science).
    • Lab Instructor of Applied Mechanics and Applied Physics Labs.
  • Alhavee Public School, Lahore ( 2006 – 2007)
  • Worked as Physics Teacher.

Seminars / Workshops Attended:

  • Attended a Faculty Development workshop at UMT on December 17, 2008.
  • Attended a seminar on "Technology Awareness" at University of Management and Technology Lahore on July 3, 2009.
  • Attended one day symposium on Nanotechnology at U.E.T on April 21,2015.

Personal Skills:

  • Good communication skills with Group members, supervisor and class fellows.
  • Self- Motivated, disciplined, confident and goal-oriented.
  • Adept at giving written and oral presentations to groups of experts.
  • Able to use MS Word , MS Power Point , MS. Excel.

Publication:

1. Imtiaz Ahmad, Sidra Khalid and E.E. khawaja“ Filament temperature of Low Power incandescent Lamps:Stefan-Boltzmann Law”
Lat. Am. J. Phys. Educ. Vol. 4, No.1 (2010) page 74-78.

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