Abdul-Sattar Nizami

Abdul-Sattar Nizami

Associate Professor, Government College University, Pakistan

Dr. Abdul-Sattar Nizami has Master of Science in Engineering from the Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden. He has a Ph.D. in Sustainable Gaseous Biofuel from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland. He worked at the University of Toronto, Canada as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the research areas of alternative fuels, and life cycle studies in the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry. Later, he served as an Assistant Professor and Head of Solid Waste Management Unit at the Center of Excellence in Environmental Studies (CEES) of King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Currently, he is working as a Professor (Associate) at Sustainable Development Study Centre (SDSC), Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan. He has published more than 100 papers on the topics of renewable energy, alternative fuels, waste-to-energy, catalytic pyrolysis, anaerobic digestion, and resource recovery. He has delivered over 24 invited talks to various national and international forums. His work is cited more than 4200 times in the peer review press, with a total impact factor of more than 400 and H-index of 36. Dr. Nizami is an Associate Editor in Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (Elsevier Impact Factor 10.556), Energy & Environment (Sage Impact Factor 1.092), and Frontiers in Energy Research (CiteScore 3.35). He is serving as an Editorial Board Member in Bioresource Technology Reports (Elsevier), and Energy Sources Part B (Taylor & Francis IF 1.093). He is also guest editor in several special issues and reviewer for many high-impact Journals of Elsevier, ACS, Springer, Wiley, and Taylor and Francis. He has completed many national and international funded research projects. He has played the leading role in establishing the Energy and Solid Waste Laboratory at CEES. He has been actively involved in community and consultation services to the various international organizations, including the National Research Agency (NRA) of France, Government Agency of National Science Centre Poland, World Bank, UNEP in providing sustainable solutions for energy, and waste-related issues.