Abdul Hameed Nayyar is a physicist, who retired from Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad after serving it for over 30 years. Since retirement, he has worked at the Lahore University of Management Sciences, Ali Institute of Education Lahore, and Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad. He currently works as a freelance consultant. His interests lie in the areas of education, nuclear security, and energy.
Nayyar also contributes to national, regional and international peace movements.
Given are a few of his essay and reports.
- A Missed Opportunity (Continuing Flaws in the New Curriculum and Textbooks After Reforms)
- In violation of the Constitution
- School Based Budgeting in Pakistan’s Public Education System
- Science Education In Schools
- Stop distorting Jinnah’s words
- The Subtle Subversion (The State of Curricula and Textbooks in Pakistan)
- War to Mould Minds
- Caution Required
- Fukushima Lessons
- Going Up in Smoke
- Hidden Dangers
- Nuclear Karachi
- Pakistan and The Energy Challenge
- Pakistan’s Nuclear Energy Plans: Q&A With Physicist Abdul H Nayyar
- Safety At Chashma Nuclear Plant
- Shoreham’s Example
- The Nuclear Shadow over Karachi
- An Initial Analysis of Krypton Production and Dispersion from Reprocessing in India and Pakistan
- A Pakistani Perspective on Nuclear Disarmament and Non-proliferation
- Exploring Uranium Resource Constraints on Fissile Material Production in Pakistan
- Fissile Materials in South Asia: The Implications of the U.S-India Nuclear Deal
- Making Weapons, Talking Peace
- Nuclear Civil Defence in South Asia: Is It Feasible?
- Playing the Nuclear Game: Pakistan and the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty
- The Limited Military Utility of Pakistan’s Battlefield Use of Nuclear Weapons in Response to Large Scale Indian Conventional Attack