Showing posts with label Dr Satti. Show all posts
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Thursday 31 May 2018


Dr. Liaqat Amin Satti is a highly qualified and experienced Executive, Consultant and Educator, who has worked for 30 years in the fields of Risk, Resilience, Safety, Security, Environment, Health, Crisis Management and Business Continuity. He has a PhD in Entrepreneurship. Currently he is working as an Executive Director Operations, Strategic Centre for Consultancy and Technology of Qatar.

He has designed, developed and implemented State Level Resilience Program and imported training to Senior Executives, Middle Management & Operational Teams. His work experience encompasses more than 15 countries. He is a specialist in designing and conducting “Crisis Management Exercises” to authenticate various industrial worst case scenarios such as Oil Spill, Hazardous Material Spill, large Toxic Gas Leaks, Fire, Explosion, Natural Disasters and Security Threats.

Liaqat Amin Satti is a keynote presenter and speaker in international conferences and seminars on the topics of Safety, Crisis Management, Business Continuity and Excellence of Leadership. He is also a member of advisory board for several educational institutions.

His core competencies are to develop, implement and maintain Resilience System that includes: Risk Management, Prevention/Mitigation, Emergency Response, Crisis Management, Business Continuity & Recovery for oil and gas industries, as well as to government and non-governmental organizations.

Dr Liaqut Amin Satti hails from Biaga, Kotli Sattian in Rawalpindi District.

Contributed by: Sadia Rizwan

Wednesday 30 May 2018


Dr. Imran Ali Satti is a lecturer, researcher and consultant at Australian Institute of Business and University of South Australia. He holds a PhD in business management (logistics and supply chain management) from School of Management at the University of South Australia (UniSA), which was simultaneously funded by the Australia Postgraduate Award (APA), UniSA School of Management Scholarship and Top Up scholarship. Imran brings around 13 years’ experience in operations, logistics, supply chain, and project management from academic, industrial and research institutions in Australia and overseas.

With a strong practical experience and theoretical knowledge, Imran teaches and coordinates the operations, supply chain and logistics management subjects and actively supervises MBA research projects.

Imran’s current research focuses on the risk and resilience in supply chains. His research has been published in well-ranked journals and conference proceedings as well as being presented in Australia and overseas.

In collaboration with UNDP and the Government of Pakistan, Imran has successfully supervised and completed four major research projects (three to five years for each), resulting in 'Honorarium Awards'. As a Business Consultant, he applied a wide variety of operations/supply chain management and strategic management tools, along with providing strategy and performance evaluation training to managers, resulting in a 'Best Performance Award'.

Being an active research degree supervisor, Imran currently supervises a PhD student in the area of operations and supply chain management.

Dr Imran Ali Satti 
originally belongs to the village Kalyal Sattian, Hothla, in Tehsil Kahuta, Rawalpindi. 

Publications and Presentations

Ali, I., Nagalingam, S., & Gurd, B. (2017). A resilience model for cold chain logistics of perishable products. The International Journal of Logistics Management–In-press. 
Ali, I., Nagalingam, S., & Gurd, B. (2017). Building resilience in SMEs of perishable product supply chains: Enablers, barriers and risks. Production Planning & Control, vol.28, no.15, pp: 1236-1250.
Ali, I., Nagalingam, S., & Gurd, B. (2017). ‘Supply chain resilience research: reviews, trends and opportunities for the future research. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. 
Ali, I. & Shukran, K. (2016)., 'Managing supply chain risks and vulnerabilities through collaboration: Present and future scope', The Journal of Developing Areas, vol. 50, no. 5, pp. 335 – 342. 
Ali, I. & Soosay, C. (2015). Understanding risks in the Australian citrus supply chain. Refereed Proceedings of the 2015 ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium, Australia.

Tuesday 3 April 2018


Dr Shahid Mahmood Satti is a Senior Research Engineer at OPTICOM, Erlangen Area, Germany. Prior to join Opticom he was a Senior Researcher at Vrije University Brussels, Belgium.

He completed his PhD degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from University of Brussels, Belgium and Masters in Communication System from Techniche University Munich, Germany. He obtained B.E in Electronics and Communications from UET Taxila, Pakistan.
Dr Shahid Satti defended PhD thesis titled "Scalable Single and Multiple Description Scalar Quantization" with highest distinctions. He was awarded a Post-Doctoral fellowship based on my PhD work and for the continuation of my research in the area of error-resilient video coding.

Shahid is a hard-working competent individual, capable of contributing in high-quality research work in engineering. He distinguishes for his versatility, responsibility and his meticulousness. During his studies towards the Ph.D. degree, Shahid contributed into producing important publications in highly rated conference proceeding and journals. 

He was responsible for testing and verification of mobile stack software delivery to customers. His skills of handling multiple tasks and working under pressure were quite impressive. 

His specialties are HTTP adaptive video streaming, Subjective/objective video quality assessment for adaptive video, 
Image/video compression standards, JPEG/JPEG2000, H.264/AVC/SVC, HEVC. algorithm design, optimizations, mathematical modeling, statistics, simulations.

Friday 30 March 2018


Dr Abid Majeed Satti is a Senior Scientific Officer at NARC, Islamabad and a member of Pakistan Botanical Society. Prior to this he worked for Western Himalaya Research and Development Organisation and Pakistan Agricultural Research Council as a Scientific Officer and a Senior Scientific officer. 

Dr Satti earned his PhD in Biological Sciences from QAU, Islamabad. He published eleven research papers and attended several International Seminars and conferences.

He obtained his MPhil degree in Plant sciences from QAU, Islamabad, and BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Horticulture from University of Agriculture Faisalabad.

Dr Abid Satti is a highly skilled research officer with great leadership qualities. His area of interest is Stress Physiology Surveillance,Virulence/Race analysis of Wheat Rust Diseases Germplasim Screening.


Mr. Aamer Waheed Satti is working as "Assistant Professor" in the Department of Management Sciences at CIIT Islamabad. Mr. Satti has joined the department in February 2004 and during this tenure he taught Management and Accounting related subjects. He has worked as Incharge Undergraduate Programs from January 2011 to January 2015. During this tenure he has introduced new academic programs like BS (Accounting and Finance) and Bachelor of Business Studies. Mr. Satti was the founding convener of Departmental Exam Monitoring Team and now involved and working in different committee/teams like; Member of Disaster Management Committee, Organizer of Capacity Building Workshop on Islamic Finance, Organizer of iPakistan, Organizer of Managed Pakistan, Member organizing committee of SAICON and more. Mr. Satti is known as workaholic man and trend setter by inculcating changes in processes. He is actively involved in administration and supervising different operations at departmental level.

Mr. Satti is a PhD scholar at CIIT Islamabad. His areas of research interest are employee development and performance appraisal. He has published seven journal articles with two conference proceedings. He has worked as a Quality Control Officer (QCO) in National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) project based at Islamabad.  

In 2015-2016, Mr. Satti has lead the two offices as Incharge DARC (Department Academic Regulatory Committee) Office and Incharge Personnel Office of the Department of Management Sciences.

Monday 5 March 2018


Pervaiz Satti is a clinical psychologist, a lawyer and a philanthropist. He worked in an international project of World Health Organisation (WHO) as a clinical psychologist, he had been working in various states of America, having International Affiliate status of American Psychological Association Washington D.C since 1997. Prior to this he worked as a clinical psychologist in the department of Psychiatry Rawalpindi General Hospital (now Benazir Bhutto Hospital).

Currently he is residing in Islamabad and imparting free psychological services to deserving cases about mental health counselling and psychotherapy in Islamabad, United kingdom and United States. He has profound inclination for humanitarianism and innate tendency of philanthropy.

Pervaiz Satti obtained his PhD in clinical psychology and he earned his masters degree with university distinction.

In addition to this he is a lawyer as well. His law degree helped him greatly in his research work in the field of "psychology and criminology", "hates and crimes", "cognitive functions and abnormal behaviours".  

Friday 22 December 2017


Dr. Muhammad Gulfraz Satti is a professor and HEC approved supervisor from Santh Saroola, Kotli Sattian.

Interest :

  • Biofules production from agricultural crops
  • Toxicological studies of natural compounds in animals models
  • Isolation and Purification of Bio-active compounds
  • Total
    Publications :


    Academics/ Degrees

    • Post Doc. Leibniz Institute Potsdam Germany 2013
    • Post Doc.Reading University UK 2007
    • Short training from Heobei Agricultural University China 2005
    • Post Doct. Umwelt forschgen zentrum 2002
    • Ph.D Quaid –Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan 2002
    • Post Graduation Course University of Saarland Saarbrucken 1993
    • M.phil Quaid –Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan 1990
    • M.Sc University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan 1986

    • April, 2015 Joined as Professor Chemistry COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad, Pakistan
    • January 2010 to April 2015 Chairman/ Professor Department of Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan
    • March 2003 to Jan. 2010 Associate Professor Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan
    • Feb. 1998 to March. 2003 Assistant Professor Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan
    • Nov. 1986 to Feb 1998 Lecturer Biochemistry University of Arid Agriculture/ Barani Agriculture College Rawalpindi, Pakistan

    Awards/ Appreciations
    • Awarded POST DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP by UIIB/Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan for study in Leibniz Institute Potsdam Germany 2013.
    • Awarded POST DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP AWARD 2007 by Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan for study in Reading, UK.
    • Awarded Scholarship by Higher Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan to work with a Professor of Heobei Agricultural University boeding, China 2005.
    • Awarded DAAD scholarship for Post Doctoral Study in UFZ Germany 2002.
    • Awarded DAAD scholarship 1992-1993

    MS/PHD Students Supervised

    PhD Students
    • Ph.D students Supervised 10
    MS Students
    • M. Phil students 62

    Journal Publications

    1. Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Muntazir Shah,Hina gul,S. M. Bukhari,Kashif Ashraf,M. Azeem,Farhan Khan "Anti-tuberculosis potential, pharmacological and phytochemical studies of methanolic extracts from selected plant species " , Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica , 2017
    2. H. Ajab,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz "Pharmacological and phytochemical analysis of Bergenia ciliata leaf and rhizome extracts" , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis , 2017
    3. Saiqa Yousaf,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,H. Ajab "Pharmacological and phytochemical analysis of Bergenia ciliata leaf and rhizome extracts" , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical sciences , 2017
    4. Hina Gul,Mushtaq Ahmad,Muhammad Zafar,Muhammad Sheeraz Ahmad,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz "The In Vitro and In Vivo Biological Activities of the Leaf of Cape Myrtle, Myrsine africana L." , Phytotherapy Research , 2017
    5. Raja Tahir Mahmood,Muhammad Javaid Asad,Muhammad Asgher,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Tariq Mukhtar "ANALYSIS OF LINGOLYTIC ENZYMES AND DECOLORIZATION OF DISPERSE VIOLET S3RL, YELLOW BROWN S2RFL, RED W4BS, YELLOW SRLP AND RED S3B BY BROWN ROT FUNGI" , Pak. J. Agri. Sci ,Volume 54 ,Issue 2 ,Page 407-413 , 2017
    6. Nauman Aziz,Abdul Sami,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Rahmatullah Qureshi,Tanveer Ibrahim,Ammad Ahmad Farooqi,SM Saqlan Naqvi,M Sheeraz Ahmad "Formulation and evaluation of antioxidant and antityrosinase activity of Polygonum amplexicaule herbal gel" , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2017
    7. Nyla Jabeen,Zubeda Chaudhary,Prof. Dr. M. Gulfraz,Hamid Rashid,Bushra Mirza "Expression of Rice Chitinase Gene in Genetically Engineered Tomato Confers Enhanced Resistance to Fusarium Wilt and Early Blight" , The Plant Pathology Journal ,Volume 31 ,Issue 3 ,Page 252-258 , 2015

    Thursday 14 December 2017


    Dr. Muhammad Manshad Satti is a founder and group CEO of IT butler e-services. He has received B.E (Elec.) and M Eng. (Telecom) from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney, and PhD (Comp Eng) from Deakin University Melbourne Australia.
    Dr. Satti is highly qualified and technical leader in his domain. He has over twenty five years of industrial experience in Electronics, IT and Telecoms. Prior to the founding of IT Butler e-Services an IT Services Company in 2003 (in Sydney), he was the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Australia's largest corporate telecom where he developed Telecom security risk assessment, security strategies and complex design for dedicated hosting, collocation, e-commerce and online businesses. During this tenure he designed Australia's first Defense Signals Directorate (DSD) approved, Highly Protected Internet gateway integrated with Tier-4 data centre for Australian federal government online services. He has been engaged in research and development at the leading R & D Security research Laboratory, studying on Intrusion Detection Systems and Data mining techniques for 3-tier security architecture.
    He obtained his doctoral degree from Deakin University, Australia, majoring in ICT Security management systems and advance detection methods. He has authored more than twenty five publications on ICT Security and conducted over 40 international lectures and seminars. Dr. Satti has been associated with the US based HONET research group since 2004, and he is currently assisting the National Science Foundation (USA) for organizing HONET conferences in Middle East and Asia. He was the co-chair and host of HONET 2007 in Dubai and co-chair international for HONET 2008 in Penang, Malaysia.
    Dr. Satti leads the information security special interest group (ICT-SIG) at National IT Development and Promotion Unit (NIDU) under the federal ICT Ministry Islamabad, Pakistan. He is a member of IEEE, the Institute of Engineers Australia (MIE Aust) and earned a Chartered Engineer (CEng.) status. Dr. Satti is listed at the National Professional Register (NPR) in Australia for IT, Telecom and Electrical Engineering chapters.

    His research interests are on Data mining, DPI, LIMA, Correlations and advance Detection systems, used for mitigating future DOS / DDOS attacks on the Internet and Corporate networks, where ISPs are most commonly victims of such attacks.
    In addition to his rich engineering career, Dr. Satti holds a Bachelor degree in Law and a Masters degree in Political Science and International Relations. He is a Bar member at High Courts and is pursuing for Cyber crimes Solicitor in future.
    Dr. Satti is an active research member of IEEE and National Science Foundation (NFS) and acted as the Co-Chairman in HONET 2013 conference which was held in Cyprus on Oct. 2013. He worked on Location Base Services (LBS) for Mobile Banking and a telecom portal for Value Added Services (VAS) for GSM operators.

    The Election Commission of Pakistan has appointed Dr. Muhammad Manshad Satti as a Convener of a Task Force on Internet Voting for Overseas Pakistanis on 19th April, 2018.

    The I-Voting Task Force was mandated to technically assess the overall web-based automated system of internet voting for eligible Pakistani voters living abroad having National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP) and valid machine-readable Pakistani passport as per the terms of reference (TOR) and will submit its report along with the recommendations.

    Monday 27 November 2017


    Dr. Jahangir Satti is a Scientist, Clinical Professor, Medical Physicist and an Author, who is a diplomat of American board of Radiology (since 2006), Fellow of American Academy of Nano-medicine, and Associated Faculty at the Center for X-Ray Optics in the State University of New York at Albany. He hails from Malot Sattian.

    He received his M.S. in Radiological Physics from CAMPEP program of Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, and PhD in Computer Engineering from the same University. He then received a post-doctorate in Diagnostic Medical Physics from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and another post-doctorate in Radiation Oncology from the Stanford University, California.

    Dr. Satti is currently serving as a Medical Physicist/Clinical Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology in Albany Medical College. He has authored over three dozen research articles and conference abstracts.

    How people describe him

    "Jahangir Satti is a born scholar, genius, intelligent, sober, silent among groups we work together. From academic to professional and social life he proved himself a leader. He is a professor of his field."

    Click here to read biography of Jahangir Satti

    Click here for his publications

    Click here to read his book "Reverse Breast Cancer-an alternative approach"

    Click here for his book "Vital Energy through detoxification"

    Click here to read his book "Homeo-Nano Medicine: Collected Works"

    Click here to read his book "The Ruling Enemy"

    Click here to read his book "Far-Western Himalayan Pahari Language-Its Origin and Evaluation"


    Tuesday 21 November 2017


    This Pahari language, like other languages of the world, has its own distinct features which depict the evolutionary images of masses. This language is shared by million of people spread across disputed borders in the region. This war like permanent situation in the region poses an additional danger to the extinction of this language. There is an urgent need to establish cross cultural ties among people in this age with modern communication for the preservation, progress and peace of humanity and their heritage. There is a lot more to do in this regard. 

                                                     Written by : Dr Jahangir Satti

      Click here to read "Far-Western Himalayan Pahari Language, Its Origin and Evaluation


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