Aamir Shahzad

Government College University Faisalabad

Aamir Shahzad received the Post Doctorate and Doctoral degrees from Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU) P.R. China, in Computational Plasma, Materials and Experimental Fluid Materials, in 2015 and 2012. He also received the M.Sc. and M.Phill (Physics) from University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF), which is a top-ranking institute in Pakistan. He has proposed innovative techniques to explore outcomes of complex materials which is shown in his efforts to comprehend and grip computational physics, molecular modeling and simulation techniques, and complex materials together with experimental understanding. He has published more than 30 international research papers in well reputed journals, 02 international books and 05 international book chapters, and has presented more than 70 research articles in well known national and international conferences. Currently, Dr. Shahzad is working as an Assistant Professor of Physics in Govt. College University Faisalabad (GCUF) since January 2005. He is a Distinguished Researcher and registered in Productive Scientist for Pakistan (PAP) with the Department of Physics, GCUF. Moreover, the Xi’an Jiaotong University (Xjtu), China awarded Dr. Shahzad, as an outstanding researcher in the year 2011-2012, with research productivity Award.

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This book is intended to provide a deep understanding on the advanced treatments of thermal properties of materials through experimental, theoretical, and computational techniques. This area of interest is being taught in most universities and institutions at the graduate and postgraduate levels. Moreover, the increasing modern technical and social interest in energy has made the study of thermal properties more significant and exciting in the recent years. This book shares with the international community a sense of global motivation and collaboration on the subject of thermal conductivity and its wide spread applications in modern technologies. This book presents new results from leading laboratories and researchers on topics including materials, thermal insulation, modeling, steady and transient measurements, and thermal expansion. The materials of interest range from nanometers to meters, bringing together ideas and results from across the research field.

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