Muhammad Tanvir Afzal#

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Muhammad Tanvir Afzal is representative of Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad, Pakistan, an institutional member on the Consortium.

He is Associate Professor in Computer Science at the university mentioned.

Short CV

Dr. Muhammad Tanvir Afzal got his PhD from Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria with Distinctions, and Masters from Quaid-i-Azam university, Islamabad, Pakistan where he received a Gold Medal.

He has been serving his University as Associate Professor since 2014.

He has published over 50 research papers, and have produced more than 100 research papers in/for various reputable international Journals and Conferences.

He serves as Editor-in-chief for a reputed ISI indexed journal such as: Journal of Universal Computer Science. He is serving as adjunct Professor at Graz University of Technology, Austria. He is/was serving as an editorial member/conference chair for various international journals and conferences.

Specialties: Digital Libraries Text/Web Mining. Ontologies, Information Supply, Personalized Services. Semantic Web, Social Web.


  • June 2014- Present: Associate Professor, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University
  • July 2010- Jun2014: Assistant Professor, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University

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Dr. Tanvir is involved in research and teaching activities at Mohammad Ali Jinnah University. He has already published more than 50 research papers in international journals and conferences. Dr. Tanvir teaches three courses at post graduate level such as Information Visualization, Web based Knowledge Discovery, and Digital Libraries. Each course is research oriented where Dr. Tanvir produces more than 15 research papers in each course. over the last two years more than 70 papers have been produced from courses. apart from that Dr. tanvir is group leader of an active research group such as: Centre for Distributed and Semantic Computing. furthermore, Dr. Tanvir is patron of JSPARK (a society which organizes educations and entertainment events ) for students.