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  • Friday, January 6, 2017

  • CIIT

  • Kamran Lashari

Prof. Dr. Amir Haider Malik, Participated in the Climate Change Event in Berlin organised by the famous Weekly German Newspaper “Die Zeit”, Berlin, funded by DAAD Germany, 2015.

  • Friday, January 6, 2017

  • CIIT

  • Kamran Lashari

Prof. Dr. Amir Haider Malik, Presented in the International Biochar Symposium, funded by DAAD in Germany, 2015.

  • Friday, January 6, 2017

  • CIIT

  • Kamran Lashari

Saeed Asad was awarded the Research Productivity Award (RPA) on March 28, 2015 by honourable Rector CIIT in recognition to my contribution in scientific research.

  • Friday, November 18, 2016

  • Business

  • Shama Munir

The Research and Development Directorate, Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) organized "POF Chairman's Commendation Award Ceremony" on November 16, 2016 to acknowledge the successful completion of the project titled "Target Indication System", supervised by PI/Assistant Professor, Dr. Talha Akram and team.


The Chairman POF Board, Lt Gen Omar Mahmood Hayat HI(M) appreciated the excellent work done by the students of CIIT Wah Campus. In recognition of the outstanding work Chairman POF Board awarded the students cash rewards and certificate of merit. The CIIT Wah Campus PI and students who successfully completed the project are as follow:


PI/Assistant Professor, Dr. Talha Akram

Muhammad Bilal, Registration No. FA12-BEE-035

Saqib Shakeel, Registration No. FA12-BEE-035

Luqman Ahmed, Registration No. FA12-BEE-051


The Director Campus participated in the award ceremony, along with the PI/Assistant Professor, Dr. Syed Rameez Naqvi, PI/Assistant Professor, Dr. Sajjad Ali Haider and PI/Assistant Professor, Dr. Talha Akram.


The Director R&D (POF), Col. Dr. Badar briefed about project outcomes and benefits of joint collaboration between POF and CIIT Wah. The Director Campus extended his full support for further strengthening research collaboration activities in future.

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  • Monday, October 24, 2016

  • CIIT

  • Kamran Lashari

Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, the 2014 Tang Prize Laureate in Sustainable Development, provides part of the rewards to promote the involvement of younger women researchers from developing countries toward the issues of sustainable development and health. President Huey-Jen Su from National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) is committed to best manage this budget to achieve the goal through a 3-year project under the agreement of Dr. Brundtland and Tang Prize Foundation. One-week science activity in Taiwan - including plenary session, symposium, panel discussion and exhibition - about global issues related to sustainable development in public health, is held annually for a total of three years.

The first 'Gro Brundtland Week' in February 2016 was an impressive work. Collaboration across all participants including young female researchers, local experts, and general public was successfully promoted. Favorable feedback<> received from the attendances urges us on the initiation of next round in 2017. In 2017, the ?Gro Brundtland Week? will be held during 11-17 March. Building a network and support system among female scientists from different countries will be emphasized. Also, the interest of general population in the areas of sustainable development, and communication of the relevance in everyday life will be promoted and encouraged. Five qualified female researchers from developing countries and Taiwan will be invited and subsidized by the ?Gro Brundtland Award? to present their work during the week. It?s an opportunity to meet and discuss with other female researchers in the field of public health & sustainable development and establish international connections for future collaborations.

More details of background and the preliminary agenda please refer to the webpage

> What is fund by GRO BRUNDTLAND AWARD
Round-trip economy class airfare to Taiwan, 6-days' accommodation, some meals and transportation during the week will be provided.

> Eligibility
Five young female scientists, one from Taiwan and four from other developing countries, will be invited to attend the Gro Brundtland Week after their application materials are evaluated. Applicants must:

> Be female

> Hold a research doctorate (e.g., Ph.D., Ed.D., Sc.D., D.B.A., M.D.)

> Less than 40 years of age

> Be citizens of a developing country or Taiwan

> Do research related to public health & sustainable development

> Expectations of recipients

> Attend and be involved in all the arranged activities during the week.

> Make an oral presentation of their research in a symposiums during the week.

> Propose and orally present an idea or concept of new research collaborations and directions at the final presentation.

> Submit a final report about the week to the organizer no later than 20 days after the end of the Gro Brundtland Week.

> Requirements for application
Candidates should register<> and then submit the following documents (in pdf format) on-line:

> Personal Statement: Applicants should attach a description of their research work including specific information demonstrating how their work is related to the sustainable development & public health, particularly noting how it contributes to their own country. Maximum length is 1500 words (about 3 pages of single spaced type) plus literature citations.

> Curriculum Vitae: Please list publications and graduate coursework on research methodology or experience relevant to the main themes of the Gro Brundtland Week (5 page maximum).

> Letters of Reference: Two reference letters are required; one should be from your department chair. Referees should comment on the applicant's suitability for the Award, including relevant information on scientific originality, professional productivity, and demonstrated ability to work in groups. You must ask two referees to EMAIL their scanned reference letters (signed, dated and on official headed paper with contact phone number and email address) to the Organizing Committee:<>.

> Deadline: December 4th 2016