FACULTY PROFILE

Muhammad Usman Khan

Lecturer

PhD Scholar (GCUF), M.Phil Chemistry (UOS), BS (Hons) Chemistry (UE), B.Ed (AIOU)



Muhammad Usman Khan (PhD Scholar) is currently serving as visiting lecturer in chemistry at University of Okara (Chemistry Department). He was born and raised in Okara. His research is based on the computational modeling of donor-acceptor materials which stand out for their remarkable nonlinear optical (NLO) properties. Designing of novel compounds for organic solar cell applications. Synergistic computational-experimental exploration of compounds. He is an author of many international publications printed in world's leading scientific societies e.g., American Chemical Society (ACS), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Springer-Nature, Wiley, and Elsevier. He has 370+ citations with h-index=13 and i10-index=14. He is also serving as a regular reviewer for few International journals e.g., Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry.


PUBLICATIONS :


JOURNAL PAPERS

1

2019

M.U. Khan, M. Khalid, M. Ibrahim, A.A.C. Braga, M. Safdar, A.A. Al-Saadi, M.R.S.A. Janjua, "First Theoretical Framework of Triphenylamine–Dicyanovinylene-Based Nonlinear Optical Dyes: Structural Modification of π-Linkers" The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 122(7) (2018) 4009-4018. (Impact Factor = 4.309) (External link)

2

2019

M.U. Khan, J. Iqbal, M. Khalid, R. Hussain, A.A.C. Braga, M. Hussain, S. Muhammad, "Designing triazatruxene-based donor materials with promising photovoltaic parameters for organic solar cells" RSC Advances, 9(45) (2019) 26402-26418. (Impact Factor = 3.049) (External link)

3

2019

M.U. Khan, M. Ibrahim, M. Khalid, A.A.C. Braga, S. Ahmed, A. Sultan, "Prediction of Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Properties of D–p–A Compounds Containing Novel Fluorene Derivatives: A Promising Route to Giant Hyperpolarizabilities" Journal of Cluster Science, 30(2) (2019) 415–430. (Impact Factor = 2.125) (External link)

4

2019

M.U. Khan, M. Ibrahim, M. Khalid, M.S. Qureshi, T. Gulzar, K.M. Zia, A.A. Al-Saadi, M.R.S.A. Janjua, "First theoretical probe for efficient enhancement of nonlinear optical properties of quinacridone based compounds through various modifications" Chemical Physics Letters, 715 (2019) 222-230. (Impact Factor = 1.901) (External link)

5

2019

M.U. Khan, M. Ibrahim, M. Khalid, S. Jamil, A.A. Al-Saadi, M.R.S.A. Janjua, "Quantum Chemical Designing of Indolo [3, 2, 1-jk] carbazole-based Dyes for Highly Efficient Nonlinear Optical Properties" Chemical Physics Letters, 719 (2019) 59-66. (Impact Factor = 1.901) (External link)

WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS

1

2019

Participated in two days training workshop at “2nd National workshop on basic tools in bioinformatics and molecular modeling” organized by Institute of Industrial Biotechnology, Government College University Lahore on 7th to 8th March, 2019

2

2018

Poster was presented in 6th International Conference on "Education (ICE 2018): Science Beyond Class room" orgnaized by University of Education, Lahore on 15-17 March 2018,

3

2017

Participated and secured 2nd position in poster presentation competition in One-day symposium on “Characterization of Biologically potent isolates” organized by Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University, Faisalabad on 16th August, 2017

4

2017

Participated and presented poster in International Conference on Recent Challanges and Chemical Sciences Organized by Institue of Chemical Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, on 22 December 2017

5

2011

Participated and presented poster in 10th International and 22nd National Chemistry Conference on Chemistry for Food and Energy conducted by Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan on 21th to 23th November, 2011


MEMBERSHIPS

1

Member

NAYS (National Academy of Young Scientists) Pakistan

2

Lifetime Membership

The Chemical Society of Pakistan (CSP)



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