Ishfaq Ahmad (Urdu: اشفاق احمد; born 3 November 1930; D.Sc., Minister of State, NI, HI, SI, FPAS), is a Pakistani nuclear scientist, emeritus professor of high-energy physics at the National Center for Physics. He is Chairman of the Board of Governors (BOG) of the National Center for Physics, Islamabad, and has been Special Advisor to the Prime Minister and Advisor to the Planning Commission of Pakistan.[1]In 1960, he joined PAEC at Sr.

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  • إشفاق أحمد دكتور علوم، (من مواليد 3 نوفمبر 1930) هو فيزيائي نووي باكستاني وهو متخصص في الفيزياء النظرية، والمصادم، فيزياء الطاقة العالية وتكنولوجيا المفاعلات النووية. ولعب دورا هاما في إنشاء معاهد البحوث في العلوم النووية في باكستان.وهو حاليا المستشار العلمي لرئيس الوزراء في البرامج الاستراتيجية والعلمية، مع وضع الوزير الاتحادي. وقال عالم الفيزياء وبحكم المهنة، وكان أحمد رئيس لجنة الطاقة الذرية الباكستانية (مجلس الطاقة النووية) 1991 حتي 2001 عندما حل محل صديق له منير أحمد خان رئيسا في 1991. واحدة من أعلى الفيزياء النووية في باكستان، لعب أحمدة دورا محوريا في برنامج باكستان للأسلحة النووية، وتعتبر واحدة من رواد باكستان على حد سواء برنامج للطاقة النووية وبرنامج بحوث الأسلحة.وقد ترأس لجنة الطاقة الذرية الباكستانية (مجلس الطاقة النووية)، وارتفع إلى شهرة وطنية أحمد مايو من عام 1998 عندما كان رئيسا رئيسا لمجلس الطاقة النووية في حين أن البلاد نجحت في التجربة النووية في إقليم بلوشستان.
  • Ishfaq Ahmad (Urdu: اشفاق احمد; born 3 November 1930; D.Sc., Minister of State, NI, HI, SI, FPAS), is a Pakistani nuclear scientist, emeritus professor of high-energy physics at the National Center for Physics. He is Chairman of the Board of Governors (BOG) of the National Center for Physics, Islamabad, and has been Special Advisor to the Prime Minister and Advisor to the Planning Commission of Pakistan.[1]In 1960, he joined PAEC at Sr. Scientific Officer and was allowed to proceed abroad for postdoc work at several world renowned institutions such as Niels Bohr Institute of Physics at Copenhagen; University of Montreal, Canada; University of Paris – Sorbonne, France. Finally, he settled down for work at the Lahore Centre of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) in 1965. Ahmad served at various key positions in PAEC, such as Director Training, Secretary PAEC, Director of the Atomic Energy Centre, Lahore and Director of the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology (PINSTECH), Islamabad. He became a Member of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission in 1975, raised to the position of Senior Member in 1988 and Chairman of the Commission in 1991. During his tenure as Member/Sr. Member, PAEC he was responsible for supervising technical work on fuel cycle and the needs for development of nuclear capability. In his capacity as Chairman PAEC, he has been heading the country's delegation at IAEA. He also served as elected chairman of the Board of Governors of the international agency, working to make the peaceful use of nuclear power for the national development. A vehement supporter for the peaceful use of nuclear energy, he earned public and international fame in May 1998 when he oversaw and directed PAEC to perform country's first public atomic tests (see Chagai-I and Chagai-II) in a secret weapon-testing laboratories in Balochistan Province of Pakistan.[2]After retiring from PAEC in 2001, he was asked to serve as Sp. Advisor to the then Chief Executive and later the Prime Minister, on strategic program of the Country, with a status of a Federal Minister. In 2008, his services were placed at the disposal of the planning commission of Pakistan and he was given a designation as Advisor (S&T), with the status of Minister of State. During his stay at the Prime Minister's Secretariat and at the Planning Commission, he developed a strong interest in the science of climate change and established the country first climate change research and policy oriented centre namely Global Change Impact Studies Centre (GCISC) (http://www.gcisc.org.pk). He, served as chairman of the national task force on climate change and led the preparation of country's first climate change policy published in 2010, while he was acting Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission (http://www.pc.gov.pk/?page_id=297
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  • From Left to Right:Dr. Ahsan Mubarak, Dr. Ishfaq Ahmad, Dr. Eynulla Madatov and Dr. Elchin Khalilov
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  • In 1994, I visited CERN as chairman of PAEC. The visit took place on the initiative of Pakistani physicist Ahmed Ali, who works at DESY. It brought back good memories of my earlier visits, which date back to 1962 when I came to CERN as a young post-doctoral fellow working at the University Institute of Theoretical Physics in Copenhagen to perform a nuclear emulsion experiment. During my visit in 1994, I was fascinated to see the exciting developments in physics that were taking place at CERN, and I had only one wish— that my own country, Pakistan— should somehow become involved in scientific collaboration with CERN, and that our physicists and engineers could also become part of the most advanced, challenging and rewarding scientific endeavour: the Large Hadron Collider .
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  • إشفاق أحمد دكتور علوم، (من مواليد 3 نوفمبر 1930) هو فيزيائي نووي باكستاني وهو متخصص في الفيزياء النظرية، والمصادم، فيزياء الطاقة العالية وتكنولوجيا المفاعلات النووية. ولعب دورا هاما في إنشاء معاهد البحوث في العلوم النووية في باكستان.وهو حاليا المستشار العلمي لرئيس الوزراء في البرامج الاستراتيجية والعلمية، مع وضع الوزير الاتحادي. وقال عالم الفيزياء وبحكم المهنة، وكان أحمد رئيس لجنة الطاقة الذرية الباكستانية (مجلس الطاقة النووية) 1991 حتي 2001 عندما حل محل صديق له منير أحمد خان رئيسا في 1991.
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