Associate Professor, Faculty of Integrated Technologies
Dr. Malik is an Associate Professor at Faculty of Integrated Technologies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam and has a PhD in Mechatronics Engineering from Jeju National University, South Korea. He has an extensive research experience in multi-disciplinary area of 2D/3D printing of energy devices involving functional and smart materials. He is a seasoned academician having more than 6 years of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses related to Manufacturing, Energy Engineering and Innovation & Entrepreneurship which enables him to work very closely with students making them skilled engineers, effective innovators and future entrepreneurs. He is also the ABET Accreditation Coordinator at Faculty of Integrated Technologies.
Â· Ph.D in Mechatronics Engineering, Jeju National University, South Korea (2012)
Â· M.-Eng in Nuclear and Energy Engineering, Jeju National University, South Korea (2009)
Â· PG Diploma in Nuclear Technology, KANUPP Institute of Nuc. Power Engineering, Pakistan (2004)
Â· BS in Mechanical Engineering, Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engg. Scs & Tech, Pakistan (2003)
Â· Nanofabrication of Thin Film Energy Devices
Â· Fabrication of Energy Harvesting Devices
Â· Hydrogen storage using activated carbon
Â· 3D/4D Printing
Â· Inverse heat and mass transfer
This work investigates an additive manufacturing route of producing functional net shaped parts from pre-alloyed magnetic shape-memory alloy powders e.g. Ni-Mn-Ga and TiNi. Shape memory alloy powders that will be used in this investigation will be produced by ball milling (BM) method. Additive manufacturing via Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) will be used in this research due to the reason that it removes the need of post-printing sintering and the possibility to obtain complex shaped parts from the shape memory alloys. The fourth-dimension (4D) is created by the predictable change in 3D printed part configuration over time as the result of shape-memory functionality. DMLM will be proved successful in producing net shaped porous structures (spring-like, 3-D hierarchical lattice structures, etc. with good mechanical strength. It is intended to produce parts with porosities ~25% by using powders with distinct morphologies. The printed parts undergo reversible martensitic transformation during heating and cooling, which is a prerequisite for the shape-memory behavior. Thermo-magneto-mechanical trained 3D printed parts obtained from ball milled alloy powders will be expected to produce reversible magnetic-field-induced strains (MFISs) of up to 0.01% â€“ 1% for energy harvesting applications and proper sealing behavior for aeronautical applications.
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1. Grant type: URG
Grant Number: UBD/RSCH/URC/RG(b)/2019/008
Title: Electrohydrodynamically Printed Organic Solar Cells
Budget: 48,000 BND
Span: 01 Feb 2019 - 31 Jan 2021
1. Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar.
2. Jeju National University, South Korea