Brief Biography of
Name: Mohammad Akram Gill
Occupation: Assistant General Superintendent of Engineering, Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, Detroit. Taught part-time at the Institute of Hydraulics Research, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, ("Sediment Transportation" [in Rivers], a Graduate course), 1983/84, and at Wayne State University, Detroit, ("Hydraulics," a Graduate course, and "Fluid Mechanics," undergraduate course) in early 1990s. Taught at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, 1972-83.
- B.Sc. (Civil Engineering), Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan (1956)
- DIC (Diploma of Imperial College) in Hydraulics, Imperial College, London University, UK, 1970. Ph.D. (Hydr.), London University (1970)
- Received J.C. Stevens Award from American Society of Civil Engineers (1990)
- Published a number of papers in refereed journals regarding hydraulics and sediment transportation in rivers.
- "Reverse Logic in the Philosophy of God," Free Inquiry, Fall, 2002; Volume 22, No. 4.
- Modernity and the Muslim World, 2006, Authorhouse