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Dr. A Q Khan

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan ( N.I & Bar, H.I) Scientist, Academician, Humanist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. AQ Khan First ever Pakistani, Who Received 03 presidential Awards from Government of Pakistan.
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is one of the most popular and much-admired names in Pakistan and as title of honor, people of Pakistan identify him as Mohsin-e-Pakistan (Savior of Pakistan). His professional work was recognized at home and abroad. The Government of Pakistan bestowed Dr. Abdul Qadeer, Nishan-i-Imtiaz (twice), and Hilal-i-Imtiaz. Various other national and international institutions also bestowed him 64 Gold Medals, over and above 3 Gold Crowns

Dr. A Q Khan Hospital Trust

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is the Chairman of Dr A Q Khan Hospital Trust; its first mega project Dr. A.Q Khan Hospital (200 bed general hospital covering 160000 sq ft on a campus of 16 Kanals) is situated at 78-Maulana Ahmad Ali Road Lahore near Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore.
Under the chairmanship of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan; Dr. A Q Khan Trust Hospital ground breaking ceremony is successfully performed by Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan on 7th June, 2013.
This hospital will provide free of cost quality health services and medical facilities to the poor and underprivileged people of Pakistan.

Dr. A Q Khan --- A Philanthropist

Social Work: The contributions of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan towards social work and community service are also tremendous. He has developed 12 mosques, 5 dispensaries and community health centers a part from 21 educational centers/institutions. He also remember the hero's and has shown by the building a tomb of Sultan Sultan Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghauri. Establishment of Mosques:

  • Mosques near the Tomb of Sultan Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghauri, Sohawa.
  • Mosque at Piniali.
  • Mosque at Lehtrar.
  • Mosque near Government Degree College, Kahuta (Nai Abadi).
  • Mosque at Humak.
  • Mosque Sector E-7, Islamabad.
  • Mosque Sector F-8/2, Islamabad.
  • Mosque Sector F-6/3, Islamabad.
  • Mosque Super Market, F-6, Islamabad.
  • Mosque at Bani Gala, Islamabad.
  • Madina Masjid (KRL Pindi Office).
  • Mosque at National Institute of Science and Technical Education (NISTE), H-8, Islamabad.

Establishment of Tombs:

  • Tomb Sultan Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghauri, Sohawa.
  • Water Supply at Sumbalgah.
  • Sui Gas Supply at Sumbalgah.

Sui Gas at Kahut Eastablishment of Dispensaries & Community Health Projects:

  • Project Office of the Society for the Advancement of Community Health, Education and Training (SACHET), Pakistan, Islamabad.
  • SACHET Clinic, a Basic Health Unit (BHU), Shahdara, Islamabad.
  • SACHET Clinic, Paniali, Islamabad
  • SACHET Clinic, Japan Road, Sihala, Islamabad
  • SACHET Clinic, Pathar Garh, Hasanabdal

Established or helped in the establishment of:

  • GIK Institute, Topi, NWFP.
  • Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad.
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of Bio Technology & Genetic Engineering, Karachi University, Karachi.
  • Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Karachi.
  • Pakistan Institute of Science, Technology and Economics, Karachi.
  • Kahuta Institute of Technology, Kahuta.
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of Technology, Mianwali.
  • Kahuta Boys Degree College, Kahuta.
  • Govt. Girls Degree College, Kahuta.
  • Govt. Boys Primary School, Nathot (Kahuta).
  • Govt. Boys Middle School, Nathot (Kahuta).
  • Govt. Girls Primary School, Chhani Awan (Kahuta).
  • Cadet College, Kallar Kahar, Punjab.
  • Pearl Valley Public School, Rawalakot, AJ&K.
  • Islamabad Foreign Women Association (IFWA) Middle School, Nurpur Shahaan, Islamabad.
  • Computer Training Centre, Islamabad Foreign Women Association (IFWA) Community Centre, Islamabad
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Girls College for Computer Science, Rawalpindi.
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Ophthalmic Research Center, Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospital, Rawalpindi.
  • Zulaikha-Quadeer Science Block, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi.
  • Al-Markaz Al-Islami, H-8/4, Islamabad.

Exceptionally Exceptional:

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan happens to be the first Asian scientist who is the Fellow of Kazakh National Academy of Sciences.

Guiding Light:

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan served as a guiding light in the establishment of many engineering institutes in Pakistan, including:

  • Metallurgy and Material Science Institute at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology.
  • The Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering at Karachi University has also been dedicated in his name and hence being recognized as Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering.

Scholarships Floated after the name of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan:

  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Scholarship in Physics, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Gold Medal for Best Student, University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Gold Medal for the Best All-round Performance in all the faculties, Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences & Technology, Topi,
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Gold Medal, Sir Syed University, Karachi
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Scholarship, Sir Syed University, Karachi
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Gold Medal in Physics
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Gold Medal for the Best Students in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • Quaid-i-Azam University (sponsored by Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industries)
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Gold Medal, GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences & Technology, Topi, K.P. (sponsored by Chiniot Anjuman Islamia)
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Scholarship, Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi
  • Dr. Abdul Quadeer Khan Gold Medal, Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Talent Award, Parents Teachers Association, Islamabad Model College for Boys, F-8/4, Islamabad.
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Gold Medal, Information Technology Institute, College of Advanced Technologies, Defence, Lahore.
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Scholarship, Pakistan Foreign Office Women’s Association, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad.

Research work:

  • As an active scientist and technologist, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan wrote more than 188 scientific research papers, which were later published in various international prestigious journals. He has also edited untold number of books on metallurgy, advanced materials and phase transformation.

Patented/Licensed:

  • A Method of Synthesize Surface Pores in Metals and Metal Matrix Composites using Energy Beams, U.K. Patents No. GB 2275437, Nov. 1995; and
  • Energy Beams Synthesize Metal-Carbide Composite Surfaces on Mild Steel Substrates, U.K. Patents No. GB 2285633, 1997.

Elected Rep:

  • Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is an elected Fellow of the Islamic Academy of Sciences and Honorary Member of the Korean Academy of Science & Technology.
  • He is an elected Chairman of the Islamic Development Bank's Advisory Panel on Science and Technology.
  • He was also elected unopposed President of Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad.

Member:

Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan is also the member of ever so many national and international academic institutions, including:

  • Pakistan Institute of Metallurgical Engineers;
  • Pakistan Institute of Engineers;
  • Institute of Central and West Asian Studies;
  • Institute of Materials, London;
  • American Society of Metals (ASM);
  • The Metallurgical Society of the American Institute of Metallurgical Mining and Petroleum Engineers;
  • Canadian Institute of Metals
  • Japan Institute of Metals.
  • IDB’s Advisory Panel on Science & Technology
  • Managing Body, Pakistan Red Crescent Society.
  • Board of Governors, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT), Islamabad.
  • Institute of Textile Technology & Management (ITTM), Karachi.
  • University of Balochistan, Quetta.
  • Dawood College of Engineering and Technology, Karachi.

Member Board of Governors/Executive Committee/Syndicate:

As a passionate supporter of higher education, his name has been put on the Boards of Governors and Syndicates of various Universities and Academic Institutes, including:

  • GIK Institute of Engineering and Technology, Topi;
  • Hamdard University, Karachi
  • Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad;
  • International Islamic University, Islamabad
  • Board of Governors, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi
  • Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  • Institute of Materials Sciences and Research, Pakistan Steel, Karachi
  • Engineering & Management Foundation, Lahore.
  • International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  • Institute of Management and Leadership, Lahore

Former:

  • Chairman Dr. A. Q. Khan Research Laboratories Kahuta

Lifetime:

  • Chairman, Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of High Technology Trust, Karachi
  • President, Society for the Promotion of Technical Education, Rawalpindi.
  • President, Board of Directors, Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of Technology, Mianwali
  • President, Board of Directors, Dr. A. Q. Khan Girls College for Computer Science, Rawalpindi

Chairman:

  • Islamic Educational Wakaf, Pakistan
  • Governing Body, Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Karachi
  • Board of Trustees, Pakistan Institute of Science, Technology and Economics, Karachi
  • Executive Committee, Dawood College of Engineering and Technology, Karachi

President:

  • Governing Council, Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering, Karachi University, Karachi
  • Society for the Advancement of Community Health, Education and Training, (SACHET) Pakistan, Islamabad

Patron/Patron-in-Chief:

  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Institute of Technology & Management, Islamabad
  • Sir Syed Deaf Association, Islamabad.
  • Institute of Management and Computer Sciences, P.E.C.H. Society, Karachi.
  • Al-Shifa Eye Hospital, Rawalpindi
  • 'Sukhi Ghar' Family Health Hospital, Islamabad

Fellow:

  • Pakistan Academy of Sciences
  • Kazakh Academy of Sciences
  • Islamic Academy of Sciences

Founding Member:

  • Foundation for the Advancement of Engineering Sciences and Advanced Technologies, Islamabad
  • Society for the Advancement of Engineering Sciences and Technology in Pakistan (SOPREST), Islamabad

Honorary:

  • Member, Korean Academy of Science & Technology

Buildings/Places Dedicated to the name of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan:

  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Auditorium Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Hall/Gymnasium Pearl Valley Public School, Rawlakot, Azad Jammu & Kashmir.
  • Al-Qaudeer Civic Center Commercial Area of Sector F-10 (F-10 Markaz), Islamabad.
  • Dr. A. Q. Khan Auditorium The Sir Syed Memorial Society, Islamabad

Scientific/Technical/Academic Work:

  • Experiments with a small cupola furnace, Report Tech. University of Delft, Department of Metallurgy.
  • The influence of eutectic cell size on austenite to pearlite transformation in cast iron, Report Delft.
  • The development of Aluminium-Lethium alloys, Report, Delft.
  • Measurement of Curie Point of Nickel, Report, Delft.
  • Direction-dependence of young's modulus in cold rolled and recrystallized Cu and Cu-Be alloys, Report, Delft.
  • Initial susceptibility of Ni under applied stress, Report, Delft.
  • Anisotropy in cold rolled copper, Report, Delft.
  • The influence of trace elements on precipitation in Al-4%Cu alloys, Thesis M.Sc. Tech. Delft.
  • Remarks on the application of thermo-mechanical treatments to Al-bronzes, Report No. 6, Dept. of Metallurgy, University of Leuven.
  • Crystal and microstructure of Cu-Al-Zn and Cu-Al-Zn and Cu-Al-Fe ß-martensites, Presented at the Annual Meeting of Societe Belge de Microscopie Electronique at Gent, with Prof. L. Delaey.
  • Strengthening of Cu-Al ß-martensite by grain refinement, Trans. Ind. Inst. of Metals, with L. Delaey.
  • The effect of grain size on the strength of Cu-Al ß-martensite, Zeitschrift f. Metallkunde, with L. Delaey.
  • The martensite plate size dependence of yield strength of Cu-Al-Zn martensite, Scripta Metallurgica, with L. Delaey.
  • The mechanical properties of copper-aluminium bronzes, Proc. 2nd. Intern. Conf. on the Strength of Metals and Alloys, California, 1970, ASM Cleveland, Ohio, with L. Delaey, H.Tas, I. Lefever, L. Vos, A. Deruyttere, and P. De Meester.
  • On the binding energy between a germanium atom and a vacancy in an Al-4%Cu alloy, Scripta Met.
  • The effect of morphology on the strength of copper-based martensites, Ph.D. Thesis, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Comments on vacancy-germanium binding energy in aluminium matrix, Scripta Met.
  • Additional-Element effect on the ageing phenomena in Al-4%Cu alloys, Trans. J.I.M.
  • On the appearance of long period superlattice structures in copper-aluminium alloys, Eastern Metals Review, May 1972.
  • "Topics in Physical Metallurgy" - The Burgers Festschrift - Edited by A.Q. Khan and M.J. Brabers, Elsevier F.]. Publishing Co., Amsterdam, August 1972. (contains ca. 35 articles & 460 pages). The role of the grain boundaries in the stress-induced transformation of copper-base alloys, Proc.
  • ASM-CDA Conference on Copper, Cleveland, Ohio, Oct.1972, with L. Delaey and H.Tas.
  • Stress-induced phase transformations and enhanced plasticity in Cu-Al and Cu-Al-Zn martensites, J. Materials Science, December, 1972, with G.V.d. Perre and L. Delaey.
  • `Professor Dr. W.G. Burgers - A bibliography', in `Topics in Physical Metallurgy' (Eds. A.Q. Khan and M.J. Brabers). , Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1972.
  • `The plastic deformation of metallic crystals - Fifty years of evolution' in `Topics in Physical Metallurgy' Elsevier Publishing Co., Amsterdam, 1972, with J.V.d. Planke.
  • Dynamic recovery and recrystallization in iron-containing aluminium bronzes, Transformations Japan Institute of Metals, Volume 15, No. 2 (March 1974).
  • Creating a complete metallurgical engineer, Metals and Materials, April 1974.
  • An-X-ray diffraction study of stacking sequences, stacking faults and distortions in copper-based martensites - Application to Ci-Al and Cu-Al-Zn martensites, J. Applied Cryst., published with G.V.d. Perre, L. Delaey. H. Tas, W. Vandermeulen & A. Deruyttere, (1974).
  • The Hall-Petch relationship in copper-based martensites, Materials Science & Engineering, vol.15, (1974), with M.J. Brabers and L. Delaey, pp.263-274.
  • The application and interpretation of the `time law' to the growth of grain size and martensite plate thickness, Journal of Materials Science, vol.9, (Aug.1974), pp. 1290-1296.
  • Mechanical Properties of Maraging Steels, Metal and Materials, April, 1985.
  • Microstructural changes during Retrogression and reaging in AA-7075 - A TEM study, Proceedings, Aluminium Technology `86, Section B, Institute of Metals (1986).
  • Chromium Determination in Steel using atomic Absorption spectrophotometer- problems and their remedies, Pak Steel Journal, Vol 26, Jan-Mar. 1986.
  • Flow Induced Vibrations in Gas Tube Assembly of Centrifuges, Journal of Nuclear Science and technology, 23(9), (Sept. 1986), pp. 819-827.
  • Dilation investigation of α → γ transformation in 18% Ni maraging steels, Proceedings of The International Conf. on Martensitie Transformations (1986), The Japan Institute of Metals, pp.560-565.
  • Electrical and magnetic properties of double-aged 18% nickel maraging steels, Proceedings of The International Conf. on Martensitie Transformations (1986), The Japan Institute of Metals, pp. 572-577.
  • Physical and mechanical properties of ultra-high strength 18% nickel maraging steel, vol.28, (JulSept./Oct-Dec. 1986). Pakistan Steel Journal, pp.87-90.
  • Some remarks on the hardness and yield strength of aluminum alloy 7075 as a function of retrogression time, vol. 18-A,, Feb. 1987, Metallurgical Transactions, pp.350-354.
  • Hot stage electron microscopy of rapidly solidified Cu-Al-Ni ß-phase alloys, Proc. 2nd Beijing Conf. and Exhibition on Instrum. Analysis, 1987.
  • Lattice imaging of Ε - phase in annealed AA-7075, Proc. 2nd Beijing Conf. and Exhib. on Instrum. Analysis, 1987.