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Mr. Umar Khan Niazi

Assistant Professor

(042) 111-128-128 Ext:218


  • MSc(Steel Construction)(Fire Engineering), University of Sheffield,, United Kingdom (2010)
  • BS(Civil Engineering), NUST, Pakistan (2008)


Mr. Umer Khan Niazi is a Civil Engineer and has been teaching in local as well as international Universities. He is a Student-Centered Teaching Approach, in which students actively participate in-class sessions.


  • M. Amin, K. Khan, M. Saleem, N. Khurram, and M. Niazi, “Influence of Mechanically Activated Electric Arc Furnace Slag on Compressive Strength of Mortars Incorporating Curing Moisture and Temperature Effects,” Sustainability, vol. 9, no. 8, p. 1178, Jul. 2017. 
  • M. N. Amin, K. Khan, M. U. Saleem, N. Khurram, and M. U. K. Niazi, “Aging and Curing Temperature Effects on Compressive Strength of Mortar Containing Lime Stone Quarry Dust and Industrial Granite Sludge,” Materials, vol. 10, no. 6, p. 642, Jun. 2017. 
  • Amin, M. N., Zaheer, S., Alazba, A. A., Saleem, M. U., Niazi, M. U., Khurram, N., & Amin, M. T. (2016). A Component-Based Study of the Effect of Diameter on Bond and Anchorage Characteristics of Blind-Bolted Connections. PloS one, 11(2), e0149490. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0149490 

Field of Interest

Fire performance of materials recently introduced in structural engineering, Sustainable solutions for the construction industry in Pakistan