About IGPC-2022-GIGCCL 05
Message from Organizing Committee 06
Conference Committees 07
 Keynote Speakers 08
Abstract of Accepted Papers 09


                                               Table of Contents

                                        Abstract of Accepted Papers

Role of Physics Graduates in Knowledge Based Economy 9
Nanostructured Materials for Energy Conversion Devices: Synthesis and Characterizations 9
STAT1 prevents lymphoma formation in spleen 11
Analysis of photovoltaic performance of perovskite solar cell: effect of electron transport layer and hole transport layer 12
Lead free double perovskite absorber based solar cell: A numerical study 13
Numerical investigation of lead-free cesium-based halide perovskite solar cell 14
Design and simulation of cadmium telluride (CdTe) absorber based solar cell 15
Thermal Analysis of Heat sink for smart cell phone 15
Fuzzy Based Control System for Surgical Robot 16
Fuzzy based Approach to Analyzed the Parameters of Advanced Generation Solar Cell 17
Study of Quantum Effects and Porosity of the Perovskite Materials for Energy and Photocatalysis Applications 17
Study the catalytic converter through (ANSYS Fluent) 18
ANSYS simulation of Temperature of Cooling System in Li-ion Battery 19
Analysis of an Airfoil through ANSYS Fluent 19
Study the total deformation of steel beam through ANSYS static structural 20
Study the heat transfer analysis of heat exchanger through ansys (fluent) 20
Heat Transfer Analysis of Al2O3 Nanoparticles 21
Study the thermoelectric generator by current generation and total current density through ANSYS thermal electric 22
Study the Heat Flux of heat sink (copper) through ANSYS Steady-State Thermal 22
Fluidic simulation of a Nano Channel 23
Study and Observation of structural and optical properties of Tin Oxide 23
Metal Doping Effects on the Electrochemical Performance of Metal Organic Frameworks 24
Tailoring of optical and structural properties of metal doped Zinc Sulphide Nanoparticles 25
SOAP Documentation Tool 26
Upper Limb Remote Physiotherapy 27
Implementation of Smart Traffic Management System 27
Development of Highway Zombie Escape Game 28
Metal Ion concentration effect on lanthanum based perovskite material for energy devices 29
Carbon Textile Decorated Zinc Sulfide Nanoparticles for Energy Applications 30
Fuzzy Logic based Approach to Remove the Dust Particles from Solar Panels for improvement of Efficiency 31
Implementation of E-Learning Platform 31

About IGPC-2022-GIGCCL       

IGPC-2022-GICGCL is a 1st International Graduate Physics Conference on, August 23 and 24, 2022 at Govt. Islamia Graduate College Civil Lines Lahore, Pakistan. The ultimate ambition of this conference is to bridge the gap between Physics and Emerging Science aiming at technological opportunities for college students and researchers. Advanced technologies promise novel revolutionary products and methods in numerous areas of application. Renowned National and International researchers have been invited as keynote talks at this prestigious conference. Scientists working in research fields related to IGPC-2022-GIGCCL topics are to submit papers. All accepted papers (presented at the conference and following IEEE format) will be submitted and published in the Pakistan Journal of Emerging Science and Technologies (PJEST), Department of Physics, Govt. Islamia Graduate College Civil Lines Lahore, Pakistan.

Venue: Lahore, the eternal city, is one of the oldest cities in the world with a vivid and rich history and culture, records the great changes of the Pakistani nation just like a living history book. Lahore is the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab and is the country’s 2nd largest city after Karachi, as well as the 18th largest city proper in the world. Lahore is one of Pakistan’s wealthiest cities with an estimated GDP of $65.14 billion (PPP) as of 2017. Lahore is the largest city and historic cultural centre of the wider Punjab region and is one of Pakistan’s most socially liberal, progressive, and cosmopolitan cities.

Govt. Islamia Graduate College Civil Lines Lahore, Pakistan

Our college is one of the first-ranked institutions in Punjab. Let us have a glance at the past history of the college. The college is providing sports apart from academic activities. This college is providing the students opportunities for acquiring skills in Hockey, Football, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Squash, Badminton, Tennis, Bodybuilding, Rowing, Hiking, Kabaddi, and Weightlifting, Handball Boxing, Tug of War, Cricket, Taikvando and Athletics. Our trained players have always been bringing a good name and repute to the college and country in International Olympics and Asian Games. It is hoped that we will be successful in maintaining our former splendid records in the coming championships and competitions. Now, our college is going to arrange an international conference on emerging science and technologies; it will be held on 23 and 24 August 2022.

Message from Organizing Committee


It is our pleasure to have all of you engaged in the International Graduate Physics Conference (IGPC-2022-GIGCCL). This International Conference is held in Govt. Islamia Graduate College Civil Lines, Lahore, Pakistan on August 23 and 24, 2022. This one-day conference focuses on the current research in Emerging Science and related technologies. The conference aims to be a key international forum for the exchange and dissemination of technical information in every field of science.

The conference features technical presentations that cover topics of current interest in the area of Plasma Physics, Quantum Entanglement, Organic Framework Nanoparticles: Synthesis and Applications as Cancer biomarkers, trace determination of inorganic/organic analytes, Photocatalysis for Environmental application, simulation, modelling and energy saving. Renowned researchers will give keynote speeches at this prestigious conference.

Therefore, this conference can be considered as an ice breaker for the local and international logistics industry to understand Sri Lanka, South Asia and the Indian Ocean opportunities for more efficient technology-based skilled solutions to be discussed to re-position and invest pragmatically in an emerging region of the world. The world is moving into an emerging science revolution transforming with fifth-generation technologies. We believe staff and students of Govt. Islamia College Civil Lines Lahore will have a great opportunity to learn from the network of renowned researchers and scientists and discuss, and understand how the emerging Science will transform over the next few decades through the discussions and ideas presented at the IGPC-2022-GIGCCL. Therefore, it is very necessary that such conference must be carried on annually.

We are pleased to announce that we are launching the Pakistan Journal of Emerging Science and Technologies (PJEST) and selected papers will be published in the Journal. We wish you all enjoy the conference and the wonderful city of Lahore. Please do not hesitate to ask our staff for any queries and assistance.

Conference chair

Conference Secretary


Organizing Committee


IGPC-2022-GIGCCL Conference Committees

Advisory Committee

Prof. Dr. Valentina Emilia Balas (Romania) Prof. Dr. Ning Wang (USTB, China)

Prof. Dr. Ampon Poye (Thailand)

Prof. Dr. Chumnarn Punyasai (Thailand) Prof. Dr. Nitin Afzulpurkar (UAE)

Prof. Dr. Said M. El-Sheikh (Egypt)

Engr. Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba (Pakistan)

Dr. Muhammad Waseem Ashraf (Pakistan)

Dr. Muhammad Javaid Afzal (Pakistan)

Dr. Md. Khalid Hossain (Bangaladesh)

Dr. Muhammad Zubair Iqbal (China)

Dr. Dana V. Rad (Romania)

Dr. Zubair Ahmad (Qatar)

Dr. Qasim Sandhu (China)

Engr. Prof. Dr. Haroon Rasheed (Pakistan)

Engr. Prof. Dr. Adeel Waqas (Pakistan)

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Salman (Pakistan)

Dr. Mohsin Nazir (Pakistan)

Dr. Aneeqa Sahba (Pakistan)

Dr. Muhammad Junaid (Pakistan)

Dr. Saleem Khan (Pakistan)

Dr. Rabia Nawaz (Pakistan)

Dr. Muhammad Aslam (Pakistan)

Dr. Ghulam Sarwar (Pakistan)

Dr. Abd-ul-Rab (Pakistan)

Dr. Basit Ali (Pakistan)

Dr. Daniel Yousaf (Pakistan)

Dr. Azhar Zaidi (Pakistan)



Conference Patron:

Dr. Akhtar Hussain Sandhu

Principal GIGCCL

Conference Chair:

Prof. Muhammad Abbas Khalid

HOD Physics Department GIGCCL

Engr. Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba

HOD Computer Engineering Department UOL

Conference Secretary:

Dr. Muhammad Javaid Afzal

Associate Professor Physics, Head QEC GIGCCL

Publication Chairs:

Dr. Muhammad Javaid Afzal

Associate Professor Physics, Head QEC GIGCCL

Dr. Abdul Rab

Associate Professor Physics

Dr. Basit Ali

Associate Professor Physics, GIGCCL

Dr. Daniel Yousaf

Associate Professor Physics, GIGCCL

Program Committee

     Kamran Ahmad Khan

Associate Professor Physics

     Muhammad Tariq Nadeem

Assistant Professor Physics

  1. Khaleeq ur Rehman

Lecturer Physics

     Muhammad Azim

Lecturer Physics

     Zamran Rabeel

Lecturer Physics

     Jawad Hussain

Lecturer Physics

    Tahir Sohail

Lecturer Physics

Keynote Conference Talks

Title of the talk: Role of Physics Graduates in Knowledge Based Economy

Prof. Dr. Waheed Anwar

University of Engineering Technology Lahore

Title of the talk: Nanostructured  Materials for Energy Conversion Devices: Synthesis and Characterizations

Prof. Dr. Ghazanfar Abbas

Department of Physics, COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus, Lahore, Pakistan

Abstract of Accepted Papers

Role of Physics Graduates in Knowledge Based Economy

Waheed Anwar

University of Engineering and Technology Lahore



Pakistan is the world 5th most populated country. Pakistan has a very important strategic location. Pakistan is the top ranked country in many aspects considering natural resources, biodiversity, production of many crops, different climates, rivers, coastline, Gwadar deep seaport and mountain peaks. Moreover Pakistan has more than 66% of the population of young people under the age < 30 years. Despite all these blessings mentioned above

Pakistan is far behind in technology, exports, world knowledge index and per capita income. A large population is living below the poverty line. What is the way forward now? The solution is to transform the Pakistan economy into knowledge base economy. The knowledge economy addresses conversion of human capital into intellectual capital. This component of the economy relies greatly on intellectual capabilities instead of natural resources or physical contributions. In the knowledge economy, products, and services that are based on intellectual expertise in advance technical and scientific fields, encouraging innovation in the economy as a whole. The role of research and innovation related to physics plays an important part in knowledge base economy. So the key stake holders are physics graduates in knowledge base economy.