Faculty Profile

Dr Muhammad Aamir Basheer

Assistant Professor

School of Architecture and Planning

Department of City And Regional Planning

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Dr. Muhammad Aamir Basheer is an urban planner and assistant professor at the Department of City and Regional Planning, University of Management and Technology. He did his B.Sc. in City and Regional Planning from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore (UET) in 2010. Aftward he served in Lahore Development Authority (LDA) as Assistant Director. He was awarded the HRDI-UESTP scholarship by HEC in 2015. He completed his Master's in Transportation Sciences (Mobility Management) from Hasselt University, Belgium. Under the Erasums+ program, he got the opportunity to work as a Research Assistant at the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University, UK. He was awarded a Ph.D. degree in Urbanism and Spatial Planning by Ghent University, Belgium. His research areas mainly focus on mode choice behavior, road safety, transit-oriented development, and Inclusive urban development.

  • Mode Choice
  • Transit Oriented Development
  • Spatial Planning
  • Road Safety
Name of Organization Designation Start Date End Date
UMT Assistant Professor 19-09-2022 Present
Publication Type Title Journal Name Impact Factor Year of Publication
Conference Papers (presented in International University) Spatio-temporal Analysis of Urban Growth and Land Surface Temperature: A Case Study of Lahore 7th SDSC & 17th 3DGeoinfo Conference, 2022 0.000 2022
Conference Papers (presented in International University) Estimating Spatio-temporal Urban Development Using Aritifical Intelligence (AI) 7th SDSC & 17th 3DGeoinfo Conference, 2022 0.000 2022
Conference Papers (presented in International University) Last Mile Logistics: Impact of Unstructured Addresses on Delivery Times 7th SDSC & 17th 3DGeoinfo Conference, 2022 0.000 2022
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Utilization of radium-bead material for road safety: an application of the circular economy concept. Polymers 4.967 2021
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Dynamics of Transit Oriented Development, Role of Green-house Gases and Urban Environment: A Study for Management and Policy Sustainability 3.889 2021
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Performance Evaluation of Road Pavement Green Concrete: An Application of Advance Decision-Making Approach before Life Cycle Assessment Coatings 3.236 2021
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Bus Rapid Transit System: A Study of Sustainable Land-Use Transformation, Urban Density and Economic Impacts. Sustainability 3.889 2020
Book Chapter (published) Application of an Actor Relational Approach in Bus Rapid Transit-Land use Interaction In Planning 0.000 2020
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Multi-stage trips: An exploration of factors affecting mode combination choice of travelers in England. Transport Policy 4.264 2019
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Road Safety Risk Assessment: An Analysis of Transport Policy and Management for Low-, Middle-, and High-Income Asian Countries. Sustainability 3.889 2018
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Built houses as a tool to control residential land speculation - A case study of Bahria Town, Lahore. Habitat International 5.205 2017
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Road Safety Risk Evaluation Using GIS-Based Data Envelopment Analysis—Artificial Neural Networks Approach. Applied Science 2.838 2017
Publications in indexed/HEC recognized/UMT recognized journals/Case Study (published in recognized in journals) Impact of Land Use Change on Climate: A Case Study of Gulberg Scheme, Lahore, Pakistan. Journal of Faculty of Engineering & Technology 0.000 2015
Degree Name & Area Year University City,Country
PhD Urban and Spatial Planning Ghent University Belgium
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