Hassan Qudrat-Ullah is a Professor of Decision Sciences at the School of Administrative Studies, York University, Canada. He has over 20 years of teaching, research, industry, and consulting experience in the USA, Canada, Singapore, Norway, UK, Korea, China, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Algeria, Zambia, Colombia, Switzerland, Spain, and UAE. His research interests include decision making in complex systems, sustainable energy policies, and system dynamics modeling. His research has appeared in well-respected journals including Energy Policy, Decision Support System, Energy, Simulations & Gaming, Journal of Decision Systems, Telecommunication Systems, International Journal of Technology Management, and Computers & Education. Hassan is also the author/editor of five books, published by Springer. He is Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Complexity in Applied Science and Technology.
PhD (Decision Sciences), NUS Business School, Singapore
MPhil, University of Bergen, Norway
MSc B., Zakariya University, Pakistan
BA, University of the Punjab, Pakistan
Qudrat-Ullah. H. (2016) .The Physics of Stocks and Flows of Energy Systems. Springer, USA: New York.http://www.springer.com/in/book/9783319248271.
Qudrat-Ullah, H. (2015) . Independent power (or pollution) producers? Electricity reforms and IPPs in Pakistan, Energy, 83(1): 240-251.
Qudrat-Ullah, H. (2014) . Better Decision Making in Complex, Dynamic Tasks, USA, New York: Springer.
Qudrat-Ullah, H. (2014) . Yes we can: Improving performance in dynamic tasks. . Decision Support Systems, 61: 23-33.
Qudrat-Ullah, H. (2014) . Green power in Ontario: A dynamic model-based analysis, Energy, 77(1): 859–870.
Qudrat-Ullah, H. (Ed.) . (2013) . Energy Policy Modeling in the 21st Century, USA: Springer (https://www.springer.com/energy/policy,+economics,+management+%26+transport/book/978-1-4614-8605-3).
Area of Specialization
Energy and Natural Resources , Global/Climate Change , Decision Making in Complex Systems, System Dynamics Modeling and Simulation, Energy Policy Analysis, Computer Simulation-based Interactive Learning Environmnets, and DSS