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Subject Areas: Fire and Fire Safety
Dr Khan is currently a Senior Lecturer in Engineering Mathematics in the school of Engineering. He teaches on a range of mathematics modules within the Fire degree programmes and contributes to other mathematics teaching within the School and College.
Dr Khan gained his BSc (Hons), MSc and PhD from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. Dr Khan spent two years as an consultant engineer working on safety and risk problems in the nuclear energy industry. Subsequently, he moved abroad and after spending six years as an assistant professor of mathematics at Eitisalat University College in the U.A.E, Dr Khan returned to the UK and took up a position at UCLan.
BSc (Hons) Mathematical Physics, U.M.I.S.T, 1985
MSc Control Systems, U.M.I.S.T, 1986
PhD Control Systems, U.M.I.S.T, 1989
PGCE (Further and Higher Education), Bolton Institute of Higher Education, 1993
Post-Graduate Certificate in PhD Research and Supervision, 2010
Membership of professional and learned bodies
Fellow of the Higher Educational Academy (FHEA)
Rajab, Hussam, Khan, Khalid and Elyas, Tariq (2016) A Case Study of EFL Teachers’ Perceptions and Practices in Written Corrective Feedback. International Journal of Applied Linguistics & English Literature, 5 (1). pp. 119-131.
Azabany, Azad, Khan, Khalid, Shah, Mahmood Hussain and Ahmed, Waqar (2015) Replacing fossil fuel source of electricity with solar cells in an education centre in UK and Kurdistan. International Journal of Information Research and Review, 2 (2). pp. 358-361.
Azabany, Azad, Khan, Khalid, Azabanee, Ari, Ali, Darra and Ahmed, Waqar (2015) Energy management and analysis for replacing fossil fuels with solar cells in an SME: A case study of blue apple printing. International Journal of Development Research, 5 (1). pp. 3020-3024.
Azabany, Azad, Khan, Khalid, Azabanee, Ari, Ali, Dara, Azad, Handren and Ahmed, Waqar (2015) Replacing fossil fuels with solar energy in an SME in UK and Kurdistan, Iraq: Kansas fried chicken case study. International Journal of Development Research, 5 (1). pp. 3025-3029.
The behaviour of nonlinear dynamical systems and the complex form of nonlinear behaviour in systems are of important concern to engineers. Determining the conditions under which chaotic behaviour can be expected to occur and its implications to system stability.
Analysis and design of adaptive systems within a deterministic framework can be considered. Main area of interest is the extent to which adaptive systems can function satisfactorily under conditions different from those assumed in their design.
Mathematical modelling of systems applicable to areas of energy, engineering and mathematics.
Pedagogic research into developing methods of learning to improve success rates and retention of students.
Member of a journal review panel board, reviewing research papers, Universal Journal of Engineering Science, Horizon Research Publishing Corporation.
University Review Panel Member.
Mathematics modules on Foundation programme, Degree programme and Master’s programme within Fire Engineering section. Teaching a range of Mathematics modules within the School and College.
Module tutor for FV1301, FV1302 and FV2301.
Contributing in teaching on FZ4601, FV1502, FZ1027 and FZ1033.
Course Leader for FdSc. Fire Safety Engineering.