Dr. Muhammad Imran Khan received the honor for his contributions to the sustainable energy industry
Hamad Bin Khalifa University’s (HBKU) College of Science and Engineering (CSE) is proud to announce that Dr. Muhammad Imran Khan, Research Fellow, has been appointed a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
The honor is given to professionally registered engineers that demonstrate exceptional commitment, knowledge, and experience in mechanical engineering and contributed to the advancement of their profession.
“It is a great privilege to be appointed an IMechE Fellow. Mechanical engineering underpins many of the critical technologies in the energy sector, and I am committed to leveraging my knowledge to aid the development of a more sustainable energy industry,” said Dr. Khan.
Speaking about the appointment, Dr. Mounir Hamdi, Founding Dean, HBKU’s CSE said: “This accolade exemplifies the College’s drive to engage and lead in research disciplines of national and global importance. At HBKU’s CSE, we are proud to host faculty and research staff committed to demonstrating excellence in research within their chosen disciplines.
With more than 13 years of industry and research experience in the energy sector, Dr. Khan also acquired several awards including the Research Productivity Award by Islamic Republic of Pakistan (2017) and Young Professional Green Energy Award by Scottish Renewable, UK (2018). He serves as Associate Dean for Research at CECOS University of Information Technology and Emerging Services, Pakistan.
HBKU’s CSE comprises the supplementary Divisions of Engineering Management and Decision Sciences, Sustainable Development, and the Division of Information and Computing Technology, which together form a unique, multidisciplinary education and research environment. The College’s diverse faculty work collectively, pursuing high-impact research in areas exceedingly critical for national and global progression.