Dr. Abdul Haseeb Malik
  • Assistant Professor

Dr. Abdul Haseeb Malik

Ph.D , University of York, UK (2012) in Parallel and Real time COmputing
Research Interest:  Concurrency and Parallelism, Real Time Systems, Blockchain and Distributed Systems, Programming Languages, Computer Architecture
Telephone: +92-91-9216732

Abdul Haseeb Malik received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of York in 2012. Since then he has been working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, University of Peshawar. His research interests include Real-Time Systems, High Performance Computing, Distributed Systems, Concurrency and Programming Platforms. Presently, his research is focused on Blockchain technology and increasing predictability in platforms for Real-Time Big Data Analytics.


  1. Aziz, F., Akbar, M. S., Jawad, M., Malik, A. H., Uddin, M. I., & Gkoutos, G. V. (2021). Graph characterisation using graphlet-based entropies. Pattern Recognition Letters147, 100-107.
  2. Imran, K., Anjum, N., Mahfooz, S., Zubair, M., Yang, Z., Malik, A. H., & Aman, M. (2021). Cluster-Based Group Mobility Support for Smart IoT. CMC-Computers Materials & Continua, 68(2), 2329-2347.
  3. Aziz, F., Ahmad, T., Malik, A. H., Uddin, M. I., Ahmad, S., & Sharaf, M. (2020). Reversible data hiding techniques with high message embedding capacity in images. PLoS One15(5).
  4. Naz, N., Malik, A. H., Khurshid, A. B., Aziz, F., Alouffi, B., Uddin, M. I., & AlGhamdi, A. (2020). Efficient processing of image processing applications on CPU/GPU. Mathematical Problems in Engineering2020.
  5. Ali, Q. E., Ahmad, N., Malik, A. H., Rehman, W. U., Din, A. U., & Ali, G. (2019). ASPA: Advanced Strong Pseudonym based Authentication in Intelligent Transport System. Plos One14(8).
  6. Ali, Q. E., Ahmad, N., Malik, A. H., Ali, G., & Rehman, W. U. (2018). Issues, challenges, and research opportunities in intelligent transport system for security and privacy. Applied Sciences8(10).
  7. Ali, Q. E., Ahmad, N., Malik, A. H., Ali, G., Asif, M., Khalid, M., & Cao, Y. (2018). Spata: Strong pseudonym-based authentication in intelligent transport system. IEEE Access6, 79114-79128.
  8. Burns, A., Wellings, & A. J., Malik, A. H. (2013). TTF-Ravenscar: a profile to support reliable high-integrity multiprocessor ada applications. Ada Letters, 33, 15-33.
  9. Malik, A.  H. (2012). Extending the Real Time Specification for Java for Cache Coherent NUMA Architectures (Doctoral dissertation, University of York).
  10. Malik, A. H., Wellings, A. J., Chang, Y. (2010). A locality model for the Real-Time Specification for Java. JTRES 2010, Prague, Czech Republic.
  11. Wellings, A. J., Malik, A. H., Audsley, N. C. & Burns, A. (2010). Ada and cc-NUMA architectures what can be achieved with Ada 2005?.Ada Letters, 30, 125-134.

Project Experience

           Co Principal Investigator at Integrated Security Solutions Lab (ISSL) National Center of Cyber Security (NCCS)

           Research Assistant at EU project called JEOPARD (Java Environment for Parallel Real-time Development.