Dr. Abdul Mateen


Dr. Abdul Mateen

Associate Professor & Chairman


Dr. Abdul Mateen did his PhD and MS from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences & Technology. During his PhD he worked at the University of Calgary, Canada for one year. He did his BS in Metallurgical Engineering & Materials Science from UET Lahore and his F. Sc. From Islamia College Peshawar.

Dr. Mateen has extensive experience in minerals, extractive metallurgy, thermal spray coatings, nanostructured and energy conversion materials.


  • PhD, Materials Engineering FMSE, GIK Institute of Engineering, Pakistan
  • MS, Materials Science and Engineering FMSE, GIK Institute of Engineering, Pakistan
  • BSc, Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, UET, Lahore


  • Salman Waqar, Abdul Wadood, Abdul Mateen, Muhammad Atiq Ur Rahman, “Effect of Ni and Cr addition on wear performance of NiTi alloy” The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (W) Vol. 108, pp. 625-634, 2020
  • Neelam Rashid, Muhammad Zafar, Mushtaq Ahmad, Khifsa Malik, Ihsan ul Haq, Syed Nasar Shah, Abdul Mateen, Tauseef Ahmad, “Intraspecific variation in seed morphology of tribe vicieae (papilionoidae) using Scanning Electron Microscopy Technique”, Microscopy Research Techniques(X), Vol. 81 pp. 298-307, 2018
  • Abdul Mateen, Ihsan ul Haq, Muhammad Sajjad, Tauseef Ahmed, “Synthesis and characterization of MWCNTs reinforced cuprous oxide nanocomposite”, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials – Rapid Communications Vol. 10, No. 5-6, May-June 2016, p. 453 - 456
  • Sajid Ullah Khan, Abdul Mateen, Ibrahim Qazi, “Sol-Gel Derived Lead Zirconate Titanate: Processing, Micrometer and Nanometer Scale Patterning and Characterization” Ceramics International (W) Volume 42, Issue 1, Part A, January 2016, Pages 185–193
  • A. Mateen, G.C. Saha, T.I. Khan and F.A. Khalid, “Tribological behaviour of HVOF sprayed ‘duplex’ near-nanocrystalline and microcrystalline WC-17wt. %Co coatings”, Surface and Coatings Technology (W) Vol. 206 (2011) pp.1077-1084


Surface Engineering, Coatings & Tribology100%
Extractive Metallurgy99%
Nanostructured Materials95%
Energy Conversion Materials95%