Dr. Muhammad Irfan-ul-Hassan ( Assistant Professor )
Dr. Irfan-ul-Hassan has done his PhD Civil Engineering from Vienna University of Technology, Austria in area of mechanics of concrete materials and structures and multiscale modelling. He did his M.Sc. in Structural Engineering. He is currently working in Civil Engineering Department at University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan and mainly involved in teaching, research, and consultancy services at department.His areas of interest include structural analysis and design, concrete materials and computational multiscale modelling, Investigation of civil engineering materials and products development. In addition, he possesses lot of practical design experience. He is also member of different professional bodies.
His more than 15 years of teaching, research, and practical experience include;
Teaching of different subjects which include; Strutural Analysis, Computer Programming, Plain and Reinforced Concrete and Design of Structures at undergraduate level. Whereas at post graduate level he is teaching Seismic Design of Structures and Advanced Reinforced Concrete Structures. He is also supervising post graduate research thesis.
He also worked as research assistant at TU Wien, Austria , during PhD and during Post doctoral research where he got involved in multiple research activities related to cement and concrete.
He published many research articles in the area of his interest and also presented his work in many international conferences.
As a consulting engineer, he is involved in the design of many project all over Pakistan which include Masonry structures, Multistorey buildings, Treatment plants, Hospitals, Schools in high seismic areas, and retaining structures.
He is also serving as member/advisor of many technical and expert comittees/commissions in Pakistan.
Latest Qualification : Ph.D.
Design of Structures
Plain and Reinforced Concrete
Analysis and Design of concrete structures
Investigation of Elasticty, Strength, and creep of cement and concrete
Multiscale Material Modelling of composite materials