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Engr. Sara Farooq
Lecturer
NICE

NICE
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
NICE, SCEE, NUST
Tel : 051-90854629

Specialization
Structural Engineering

Education
 M.S Civil Engineering (University of Hokkaido) Japan BE - Civil Engineering (National University of Sciences and Technology) Pakistan

Engineer Sara Farooq completed her Masters in the field of Structural Engineering (Concrete Technology / Durability) from the Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan. She has secured MEXT Scholarship (Japanese Government Scholarship) which included tuition fee and stipend for the entire period of her studies. She has also received Rector’s Gold medal for the best final year project in Bachelors in civil engineering, along with her syndicate.

Size effect in concrete, ASR, corrosion, fiber reinforced concrete, engineered cementitious composite, self-compacting cementitious system, MCDM for concrete

Farooq S., Yokota H., Hashimoto K., “Behavior of fiber reinforced concrete exposed to alkali and salt solutions; a comparative study in microscale” JSCE Conference, Hokkaido University, 30th-31st January, 2016

Farooq S., Yokota H., Hashimoto K., “Mechanical properties of steel fiber reinforced concrete damaged by ASR and subsequent corrosion of steel fiber”, Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, SCMT4, 7-11th Aug, 2016

Afghan S., Shahzad A., Farooq S., “Software based approach towards energy sustainability in existing buildings”, 7th International Conference on Environmentally Sustainable Development, ESDev, Aug 19-21st, 2017.

Rashid K., Farooq S., Khalid S., Ahmad A. “Moving towards resource conservation by automated prioritization of concrete mix design”, Construction and Building Materials 236 (2020) 117586
Teaching Undergraduate students (Nov 2016 – Till date)

Structure I & II (SADA)

Civil Engineering Drawing, Computer Aided Civil Engineering Design and Graphics (CAD), Plain and Reinforced Concrete I (NICE)

Four years