Pakistan

Dr. Mumtaz Muhammad Shah
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
Department of Earth Sciences, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
Pakistan
mshah@qau.edu.pk

Education
  • Post-Doc - SE-Asia Carbonate Reseaarch Laboratory, Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia (In progress)
  • PhD in Geology - IFP Energies nouvelles (France), Katholeike Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and School of Mines, Saint Etienne (France)
  • Diploma in Earth Sciences (DES) - IFP (Paris, France) and Université Piérre et Marie Curie (Paris-VI)
  • MS - IFP (Paris, France) and Université Piérre et Marie Curie (Paris-VI)
Technical Competance
  • Extensive field studies on basinal scale as well as on local scale for carbonate reservoir characterization
  • Carbonate Sedimentology and diagenesis
  • Microbial mats development in ancient carbonate successions
  • Stable and Radigenic isotope studies
  • Major and trace elements Geochemistry
  • SEM & EDX studies
  • XRD and XRF analyses
  • Fluid inclusion analyses
  • Well log analyses
  • Sequence and cyclostratigraphy
  • Conceptual models development leading to numerical modelling
  • Hands on experience on utilising TEMIS-FLOW software for basin modelling
  • Petrophysical studies including quantitative image analyses (porosity estimation using J-Microvision image analysis software), Porosity (helium) and permeability (air) analyses through analytical means and Computed tomography (CT)
Experience
  • 11/2011- till date Assistant Professor, Q. A. University, Islamabad (Pakistan)
  • 07/2008-12/2011 Research Associate, IFP Energies nouvelles, Paris (France)
  • 01/2007-05/2008 Research Assistant, IFP Energies nouvelles, Paris (France)
  • 08/2001-06/2006 Lecturer, Q. A. University, Islamabad (Pakistan)

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