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Name Prof. Dr. Tahir Nadeem Malik
Designation Professor
Department Department of Electrical Engineering
Phone No +92-51-9047535
Cell No On request
Fax No +92-51-9047-420
Email [email protected]
  1. Ph.D Electrical Engineering 
    University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila (Pakistan) 2009.
  2. M.Sc Electrical Engineering
    University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore (Pakistan) 1993.
  3. B.Sc Electrical Engineering
    University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore (Pakistan) 1985.
  4. Post Graduate Computer Orientation Course
    Computer Training Centre, Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Islamabd 1997.
  5. Bachelor of Science
    Govt. College, Asghar Mall, Rawalpindi. 1979. (Punjab University).

                   HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

  1. Electrical Power System
  2. Power System Operation & Control
  3. AI Application in Electrical Power System

  4. Smart Grid

  5. Power Market

  1. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Muhammad Amin, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, "Load Flow Program for WAPDA's 500/220 KV Grid System Using Newton-Rapshon Technique", Science Technology and Development (Research Journal of Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Islamabad.), Vol.13, No.4, Oct.- Dec., 1994, pp. 19-27.
  2. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Muhammad Amin, "Load Flow Experience with 500/220 KV WAPDA Grid System", Quarterly: Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, (Jamshoro, Pakistan), Vol.14, No.1, Jan. 1995, pp. 07-17
  3. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, "Voltage/Reactive Power Control in WAPDA Primary Grid System". Quarterly: Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, (Jamshoro, Pakistan), Vol.14, No.4, Oct. 1995, pp. 01-
  4. Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Tahir Nadeem Malik," Operational Planning of Integrated Power Systems--Application in WAPDA Power Network". Science Technology and Development (Research Journal of Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Islamabad.), Vol.14, No.3, July-Sept., 1995, pp. 35-40.
  5. Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Tahir Nadeem Malik, "An Objective Oriented Survey on Optimal Power Flow Problem", Science Technology and Development (Research Journal of Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Islamabad.), Vol.15, No.2, April-June 1996, pp. 47-53.
  6. Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, "Second Order Newton Optimal Power Flow Solution --- Essential Background", Science Technology and Development (Research Journal of Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Islamabad.), Vol.15, No.2, April-June 1996, pp. 27-34.
  7. Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Engr. Aftab Ahmad, and Engr. Ilyas Ahmad, “Power System Economic Dispatch: -- An Overview & Analysis”, Technical Journal of U.E.T., Taxila, pp. 96-108, 2006, pp. 96-108.
  8. Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Engr. Bilal Ahmad Mirza, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, and Engr. Aftab Ahmad, “Genetic Algorithm in Economic Dispatch --- Summary & Observations”, NEW HORIZONS, Journal of The Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Pakistan, vol. No. 52, April to June, 2006, pp.8-13.
  9. Aftab Ahmad, Tahir Nadeem Malik, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, “Unit Commitment Problem of Thermal Generation Units for Short Term Operational Planning using simple Genetic Algorithm”, Journal of The Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Pakistan, vol.52, April to June 2006, pp. 22-26.
  10. Ilyar Ahmed, Tahir Nadeem Malik & Saeed Ahmad Sheikh, “The issue of Two-Part Tariff in Pakistan”, Quarterly journal, Science Technology & Development, vol. 25 No. 2, April –June 2006, pp.1-6.
  11. Aftab Ahmad, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, “Unit commitment Problem of Thermal- Generation Units for Short Term Operational Planning”, NEW HORIZONS, Journal of the Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Pakistan,2006, vol. 56, April to June 2007, pp. 20-23.
  12. Aftab Ahmad, Shahid-ur-Rehman Farooque, Tahir Nadeem Malik, “Hybrid Approach to Achieve Multi-Objectives in Electrical Power Distribution System”, NEW HORIZONS, Journal of the Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Pakistan, vol. No. 56, April to June 2007, pp.14-17
  13. Aftab Ahmad, Tahir Nadeem Malik, and Shahid-ur-Rehman Farooque, “Reconfiguration of Distribution Feeder to reduce Active Losses”, NEW HORIZONS, Journal of the Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Pakistan, vol. No. 56, April to June 2007, pp.3-8.
  14. Muhammad Kaleem, Tahir Nadeem Malik, Syed Muhammad Azam Jafferi, “An Operational Strategy to Avoid Power Blackout in the Existing WAPDA Network by  Zone Formation”, NEW HORIZONS, Journal of The Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Pakistan, vol. No. 63, Jan. – March 2009, pp.29-33.
  15. Saeed Ahmad Sheikh, Ilyar Ahmed, Tahir Nadeem Malik, “The issue of Higher Tariff in Pakistan”, Quarterly Journal, Science Technology & Development, vol. 28 No. 2, April –June 2009, pp.1-6.
  16. Tahir Nadeem Malik and Azzam-ul-Asar, “Neuro-Genetic Hybrid Approach for the Solution of Nonconvex Economic Dispatch Problem”, Quarterly Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering & Technology, vol. 28, No. 03, July 2009, pp.289-302.
  17. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Azzam ul Asar, Mudasser F. Wyne and Shakil Akhtard, “A New Hybrid Approach for the Solution of Nonconvex Economic Dispatch Problem with Valve-Point Effect”, Journal of Elsevier Electric Power Systems Research, vol. 80, 2010, pp. 1128–1136.
  18. S. Khushnood, Z. M. Khan, M. A. Malik, Q. Iqbal, S. Bashir, M. Khan, T. N. Malik et al., "Modeling and Analysis of Thermal Damping in Heat Exchanger Tube Bundles", Nuclear Engineering and Design, vol. 240, pp. 1906-1918, 2010.
  19. M. Iqbal, F. Karim, S. Haroon, M. Ashraf, I. Ahmad, T. Nadeem, "Application of Evolved Evolutionary Algorithms for The Solution of Different Aspects of Hydrothermal Scheduling–A Comprehensive Overview", Nucleus, vol. 50, pp. 99-115, 2013.
  20. S. Zaheer, S. Haroon, T. Malik, and I. Hashmi, "Review on The Implementation of Particle Swarm Optimization Technique in Solving the Hydrothermal Scheduling", Nucleus, vol. 50, pp. 13-19, 2013.
  21. Hashmi, M. Umair, N. Islam, S. Haroon, and T. Nadeem, "Survey on Application of Lagrangian Relaxation, Interior Point and Dynamic Programming for The Solution of Hydrothermal Scheduling", Nucleus, vol. 50, pp. 21-32, 2013.
  22. S. Zafar, K. Nawaz, S. Naqvi, and T. Malik, "Integration of Renewable Energy Sources in Smart Grid: A Review", Nucleus, vol. 50, pp. 311-327, 2013.
  23. M. Ashraf, T. Malik, S. Zafar, and U. Raja, "Design and Fabrication of Radial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator for Wind Turbine Applications", Nucleus, vol. 50, pp. 173-181, 2013.
  24. M. S. Shahid, T. N. Malik, and M. Abbas Choudhary, "New Hybrid on Efficiency, Fuel Savings & Emissions with Optimal Fuel Allocation to Power and Water in Abu Dhabi", Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, vol. 3, pp. 245-251, 2013.
  25. S. Ashfaq, T. N. Malik, “Three Phase Load Flow Investigations in the Context of Smart Grid”, Nucleus, vol. 51(4), pp. 418-425, 2014.
  26. S. Haroon, T. Malik, and S. Zafar, "A Review on Application of Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic To Solve Hydrothermal Scheduling Problem", Nucleus, vol. 51, pp. 239-247, 2014.
  27. M. Ashraf, T. Malik, and M. Iqbal, "Development of A Prototype Micro Wind Energy System with Adjustable Blade Pitch for Experimentation Purposes at Laboratory Level", Nucleus, vol. 51, pp. 75-86, 2014.
  28. M. M. Ashraf and T. N. Malik, "A Modified Model of Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator for Wind Turbine Applications", Nucleus, vol. 51, No. 3, pp. 391-395, 2014.
  29. M. S. Shahid, T. N. Malik, M. Abbas Choudhary, and Z. Ahmad, "Impact of Reforms on Capacity Adequacy, Resource Mix, Efficiency and Emissions in the Power Sector of Pakistan", Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, vol. 4, pp. 13-20, 2014.
  30. M. M. Ashraf, T. N. Malik, and M. Iqbal, "Peak Load Sharing Based on Blade Pitch Control of Wind Turbine in The Presence of Utility Supply", Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, vol. 6, p.    013110-1--013110-17, 2014.
  31. Muhammad Arif, Tahir Nadeem Malik, et al “Short Term Load Forecasting Solution Methodologies: Literature Review 2013 Survey Paper”, IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, vol. 9 (3), pp. 44-47 2014.
  32. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Muhammad Arif, et al., “One Hour Ahead Load forecasting using Support Vector Machines”, IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, vol. 9 (3), pp. 39-43, 2014.
  33. T. N. Malik, S. Zafar, S. Haroon, “An Improved Chaotic Hybrid Differential Evolution for the Short Term Hydrothermal Scheduling Problem Considering Practical Constraints”, Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering (Formerly Journal of Zhejiang University Science C, Computers & Electronics) 2015 16(5):404-417.
  34. Shaikh Saaqib Haroon and Tahir Nadeem Malik, “Evaporation rate based water cycle algorithm for the environmental economic scheduling of hydrothermal energy systems”, AIP Journal of Renewable & Sustainable Energy, 8, 044501-15, 2016.
  35. Shaikh Saaqib Haroon and Tahir Nadeem Malik, “Evaporation rate based water cycle algorithm for short-term hydrothermal scheduling”, Arabian Journal of Science & Engineering, (Accepted for Publication)
  36. T. N. Malik, S. Zafar, S. Haroon, “Short term Economic Emission Power Scheduling of Hydro-thermal Systems using Improved Chaotic Hybrid Differential Evolution”, Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences. (Accepted for Publication)
  37. Muhammad Mansoor, and Tahir NADEEM MALIK. "Design of Three-Phase Multi-Stage Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator for Wind Turbine Applications", Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. (Accepted for Publication)
  •  Upgradation of various Labs. of Electrical Engineering Department.
  • UET Faculty Research Grant of Rs. 4,58,000 to develop a novel technique to solve Short Range Hydro Thermal Scheduling (HTS) keeping in view the HTS System of Pakistan.
  • UET Faculty Research Grant of Grant of Rs. 4,50,000 to design & develop Permanent Magnet Generator for Wind Turbine Applications from UET, Taxila.
  • National Grassroots ICT Research Initiatives 2014-15: Grant of Rs. 65,000 to Design and Develop power distribution network for Smart Grid Operation. 
  • SAARC Energy Centre .Grant of USD 18,500 to undertake Study on “Potential for Energy Storage Technologies (ESTES) in the Electricity Sector of SAARC Member States”.
  1. Director Students Affairs: 22.07.2003 to date
  2. First Tenure: Chairman Electrical Engineering Department (EED): 14.11.2009 – 13.11.2012
  3. Registrar: 18.04.2013 - 24.03.2015
  4. Second Tenure: Chairman, Electrical Engineering Department (EED): 25.02.2016 for a period of three years.
  5. Chairman Board of Post Graduate Studies, EED: 14.11.2009 – 13.11.2012 & 25.02.2015 to date
  6. Chairman Board of Undergraduate Studies, EED: 14.11.2009 – 13.11.2012 & 25.02.2015 to date
  7. Lab. Director: Power System Lab
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                               Organization

   Designation

                Period

1. University College of Engineering, Taxila

Lecturer

03.04.1985 to 31.12.1985

2. New Labs (PINSTECH), Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission

Assistant Engineer

01.01.1986 to 14.03.1987

3. University College of Engineering, Taxila

Lecturer

15.03.1987 to 06.03.1989

4. University College of Engineering, Taxila

Assistant Professor

07.03.1989 to 09.10.1993

5. University of Engineering and Tech., Taxila

Assistant Professor

10.10.1993 to 30.03.1997

6. University of Engineering and Tech., Taxila

Associate Professor

31.03.1997 to 24.09.2005

7. University of Engineering and Tech., Taxila

Professor

25.09.2005 to date

8. Military College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Rawalpindi

Visiting Instructor

1989 to 1991

9. Air University, Islamabad

Visiting Instructor

2005 to 2006

REGIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Contributed focal resource person on ‘Power System Planning and Analysis’ at Virtual University of Pakistan for the first ever distance learning training course for the SAARC professionals through two courses ‘SAARC Basic Technical Training Course on Power System Planning & Analysis through Distance Learning’ and ‘SAARC Advance Technical Training Course on Power System Planning & Analysis through Distance Learning’ launched by SAARC Energy Centre during the year 2015 and 2016.

 

NATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

                                                                                           Pakistan Engineering Council

Name of University

Engineering Discipline

Year

1. University of Gujrat (UOG)

Expert Electrical Engineer

June 6-7, 2012

2. Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences & Technology (GIKI)

Convener & Expert Electrical/ Power Engineering 

July 11, 2012

3. Peshawar college of Engineering (PCE)

Convener & Expert Electrical Engineering

September 20, 2012

4. Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET)

Expert Electronics Engineering

April 14-15, 2015

5. University of Management and Technology (UMT)

Convener & Expert Electrical Engineering

May 27-28, 2015

6. Grand Charter College of Engineering & Technology Lahore (University of Punjab).

Convener & Expert Electrical Engineering

January 18, 2016

7. Hamdard Institute of Engineering & Technology (HIET).

Expert Electrical Engineering

April 26-27, 2016

8. University of Engineering & Technology Lahore (Narowal Campus)

Convener & Expert Electrical Engineering

March 03, 2016

Memberships of The Statutory Bodies of UET Taxila:

  1. Member/Secretary Planning & Development Committee: 18.04.2013 - 24.03.2015
  2. Member Finance Committee:11.03.2011 – 10.03.2014 & 18.04.2013 - 24.03.2015
  3. Member/Secretary University Discipline Committee: 07.12.2000 - 6.12.2002 & 22.07.2003 to date
  4. Secretary Syndicate :18.04.2013 - 24.03.2015
  5. Secretary Selection Board: 18.04.2013 - 24.03.2015
  6. Secretary Academic Council: 18.04.2013 - 24.03.2015
  7. Member of the Academic Council as Assistant and Associate Professor.
  8. Member of Board of Advance Research & Technological Development: 07.09.1998 – 06.06.2002, 13.03.2013 – 12.03.2016
  9. Member of the Board of Faculty of Electronics & Electrical Engineering: 25.09.2005 to date
  10. Member of the Board of Postgraduate Studies Electrical Engineering Department: 25.09.2005 to date
  11. Member of Board of Undergraduate Studies Electrical Engineering Department: 1993 to date
  12. Member of Board of Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering: 26.07.2012 to 27.07.2015
  13. Member of Board of Faculty of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering: 07.01.2010 to 08.01.2013

 
Memberships Technical Societies:

  1. Pakistan Engineering Council (Elect/4987).
  2. Associate Member of Institute of Elect. Engineers (Pakistan) (AM-921).
  3. Member of IEEE (USA).

Undergraduate Courses: BSC. ENGINEERING PROGRAM

  1. Power System Analysis.
  2. Power System Operation and Control.
  3. Power System Economics.
  4. Artificial Intelligence Tools
  5. Electrical Power Transmission Systems.
  6. Network Analysis.
  7. Generalized Machine Theory
  8. Computer Programming
  9. Applied Electricity
  10. Electrical engineering

Graduate Courses: MSC. ENGINEERING PROGRAM

  1. Power System Engineering
  2. Artificial Intelligence Tools for Power System
  3. Power System Operation
  4. Power Market
  5. Genetic Algorithms
  6. Optimization Techniques in Power System
  7. Electrical Machine Modeling

Graduate Courses: PHD PROGRAM

  1. Power System Operation and Control

1. Lecturer:
    University College of Engineering, Taxila.

2. Assistant Professor:
   
University College of Engineering, Taxila.

3. Assistant Professor:
    University of Engineering and Tech., Taxila.
4. Associate Professor:
    University of Engineering and Tech., Taxila.
5. Professor:
   
University of Engineering and Tech., Taxila.
6. Visiting Instructor:

  •     Military College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Rawalpindi.
  •     Air University, Islamabad.
     
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1. Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Tahir Nadeem Malik, "Operational Problems in WAPDA Power Systems", Proceedings Volume II (POWER) (of First International Conference on Education, Training and Research in Water Resources Management and Electrical Power Engineering Peshawar NOV. 6-7 1994, organized by NWFP University of Engg. & Tech., Peshawar, Univ. of Strathclyde Glasgow (UK), Overseas Development Administration (UK) and British Council Pakistan).

2. Muhammad Amin, Tahir Nadeem Malik, “Load Flow Test Circuit for WAPDA Primary Grid System", Proceedings IEEE Inc. Pakistan Section, Ist National Multitopic Conference held at College of E&ME, National University of Science and Technology, Rawalpindi, November 28-29, 1995.

3. Engr. Muhammad Amin, Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, "Failure of Metal Oxide Surge Arrestor in WAPDA System --- Laboratory & Field Investigations", Proceedings Technical Session of 36th Convention of Institute of Engineers Pakistan held at Karachi from 9th-11th May, 1996

4. Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, and Engr. Aftab Ahmad, “A Review on Advances in Economic Dispatch Using Artificial Neural Network”, Proceedings Volume I (of First International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics held Setubal, Portugal, Aug. 25-28, 2004 pp 354-357, organized by Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information Control, and Communication and cosponsored by IEEE CSS and IFAC.

5. Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Engr. Aftab Ahmad, “Potential of Artificial Intelligence Technique for WAPDA Grid System in Deregulated Environment”, Proceedings of National Conference on Emerging Technologies 2004 (NCET 2004), December 18-19 2004 jointly organized by SZABIST, ACM, and IEEE Karachi, Pakistan.

6. Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Abdul Qudus Abbasi, and Dr. Aftab Ahmad, “Computational Framework for Power Economic Dispatch Using Genetic Algorithm” Proceeding of the third international Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics (ICINCO 2006) , Stubal, Portugal, August 1-5, 2006, pp.191-194.

7. Engr. Tahir Nadeem Malik, Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Dr. Shahab Kashnood, Engr. Aftab Ahmad, “Economic Dispatch Using Genetic Algorithm Baesd Hybrid Approach”, Proceedings of International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE 14), Miami, Florida, USA, July 17-20, 2006, pp. 1-7.

8. Usman Masud, M. Iram Baig, and Tahir Nadeem Malik, “Multirate Signal Processing: Some Useful Graphical Results”, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Emerging Technologies 2007 (ICET 2007), Islamabad, Pakistan, November 12-13, 2007, pp.257-262.

9. Sajjad, G. Chicco, R. Napoli, and T. Malik, "A New Sequential Vb-Vb Approach For Economic Dispatch Of Thermal Generation Units With Convex/Non-Convex Cost Characteristics," in Technological Advances in Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (TAEECE), 2013 International Conference on, 2013, pp. 471-476.

10. Faisal Nadeem Khan, Tahir Nadeem Malik, Bilal Asad, “Investigation of higher voltage levels for National Transmission and Dispatch Company Network Pakistan”, in International Conference on Modeling and Simulation, Nov 25-27, 2013, Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

11. J. Ahmad, T. N. Malik, and B. A. Awan, "Design and Study of a GSM Smart Energy Meter to Reduce Load-shedding and Cost of Energy," in International Conference on challenges in IT, Engineering and Technology (ICCIET’2014) July 17-18, 2014, Phuket (Thailand), 2014.

12. Sara Ashfaq, Tahir Nadeem Malik“Three Phase load Flow Experience on 32-Bus Network of National Transmission and Dispatch Compan,” in 2016 IEEE International Conference on Sustainable Energy Engineering and Application (ICSEEA), At Jakarta, Indonesia.