Dr. Tahira Shujah

Dr. Tahira Shujah

Dr. Tahira Shujah

Assistant Professor

tahira.shujah@ucp.edu.pk

Dr. Tahira Shujah, received her PhD degree in Physics (Nano Science and Nanotechnology) from Govt. College University Lahore in 2019. Her work focuses on the use of vapor deposition techniques (chemical vapor deposition, atomic layer deposition) for synthesis of nanostructured and thin film materials for use in energy and gas sensing applications. She has experience of working in clean room and has collaborated with academic groups at university college London (UCL), UK and National Centre for Physics (NCP), Islamabad on programs in materials synthesis, characterization and functional testing. She also has worked with industrial partner, ALPHASENSE UK, to exploit vapor synthesis methods for the manufacture of commercially relevant products. She has over five years teaching experience at graduate and post graduate level with a Strong philosophy of teaching, and knowledge of many different methods to motivate students to develop their expertise in specific areas.

PhD Physics(nanoscience) GCU, LHR 2019
M.Phil Physics UET, LHR 2007
MScPhysics GCU, LHR 2002
BScPhy. Chem. Gen. Maths Punjab University 2000
Matriculation Science (Phy, Chem, Bio) P.R Boys high school, Mughalpura, LHR 2005-2007
Assistant Professor University f central Punjab, UCP, Lahore Oct 2021- Present
Assistant Professor (visiting) University f central Punjab, UCP, Lahore Oct 2020-July 2021
Lecturer Govt. Post Graduate College for Women Gulberg Jan 2020 - Aug 2020
Lecturer Concordia group of colleges Aug 2016 – Oct 2019
Visiting Lecturer Govt. College University (GCU) Lahore Sep 2011 – March 2012
Visiting Researcher University College London, UK June 2013-Dec 2013
Visiting Researcher National Centre for Physics, NCP, Islamabad Jan 2013- June 2013
1T. Shujah, Alvina Rafiq Butt, Muhammad Ikram, S. Shabir and Salamat Ali, “Effect Of Deposition Temperature Variation On Thin Films Synthesis Via AACVD, Digest Journal Of Nanomaterials And Biostructures, Vol. 11, No.3(2016) 891-898. (IF:1.12)
2Tahira Shujah, Muhammad Ikram, Alvina R Butt, Syed G Hussain, Qayyum zafar, Salamat Ali, Growth of zinc oxide and zinc stannate nanostructured thin films for carbon monoxide sensing application, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters, vol. 11, No.8(2019), 1050-1059 (IF:2.91)
3Tahira Shujah, Muhammad Ikram, Alvina R Butt, Syed G Hussain, Qayyum zafar, Salamat Ali, H2S gas sensor based on WO3 nanostructures synthesized via Aerosol Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition (AACVD) technique, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters,vol. 11, No.9(2019), 1247-1256. (IF: 2.91)
4Stella Vallejos , Francesco Di Maggio , Tahira Shujah and Chris Blackman, Chemical Vapour Deposition Of Gas Sensitive Metal Oxides, Chemosensors,Vol 4 (2016). (IF:3.34)
5Fatima E. T. Shujah, Annanouch, Z. Haddi, M. Ling, F. Di Maggio, S. Vallejos, T. Vilic,Y. Zhu, P. Umek, C. Bittencourt,C. Blackman, and E. Llobet, Aerosol-Assisted CVD-Grown PdO NanoparticleDecorated Tungsten Oxide Nanoneedles Extremely Sensitive and Selective to Hydrogen, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces,2016,8,10413−10421. (IF:8.09)
6A.R. Butt, I.A. Butt, A. Nazir, M. Ikram, S. Sadiq, K. Rashid, T. Shujah and S. Ali,” Molecular Imaging of CaO Nanowhiskers in Living Organs”, The Nucleus 52, No. 4 (2015) 159-164.

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