Archive for the ‘EE-dept’ Category

Usama Bin Shakeel

Posted on: April 19th, 2020 by ituadmin

Mr. Usama’s interest in computers and digital gadgets was cultivated at an early stage by the considerable encouragement of his father. He is an architect and allowed Mr. Usama to experiment with the hardware and software of personal computers at his firm. Technology was an emerging trend in his third world country, with struggling middle class families striving to get a grip on it. He is guilty of forcefully inserting RAMs into a system in the opposite direction and getting it burnt. Through the endless support of his family and academic trials and errors, he managed to complete his undergrad in Computer Engineering from the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences. His perseverance and passion for the subject led him to academic success of winning a gold medal in Computer Engineering. He was on the dean merit list every semester in his undergrad and scored a CGPA of 4.0 during his Masters in Computer Sciences. He managed to maintain his performance in Master’s as well and was on the dean merit list for all four semesters. Managing challenges and resolving complex problems is his forte.

Haris Mehmood

Posted on: October 24th, 2018 by ituadmin

Haris Mehmood received his B.E. Electronics Engineering and MS Electrical Engineering degree, both from National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan, in 2009 and 2012, respectively. His research interests lie within domains of Semiconductor devices, Renewable Energy Technology, and Nanotechnology with several international peer-reviewed journals and conferences proceedings at his credit. He was awarded scholarship under prestigious TÜBİTAK “Research Fellowship Programme for International Researchers” by Turkish Government whereby he has worked as a Research Fellow at The Center of Solar Energy Research and Applications (GÜNAM), Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey.

During his stay at METU Turkey, Haris has attained both numerical and experimental skills pertaining to the development of silicon solar cell. As a part of METU ambitious plan to design solar cells with higher efficiencies (>23%), he was able to achieve the required target with a novel silicon-based device using an industrial physical device simulator (Silvaco TCAD) and his work was published in a good impact factor journal. It was the first time in the history of GÜNAM METU Turkey that a design-based solar cell paper was recognized in a reputed journal. Moreover, he has also fabricated and characterized the novel thin layer in nanometer (nm) regime for innovative carrier-selective contact for solar cells that opened up a new horizon for technological development of highly efficient devices. Concomitantly, he has attended several conferences abroad and gave presentations about his research work. He had served as a Lecturer at The University of Faisalabad. Haris is also a reviewer of Springer Silicon journal.

Hadia Sajjad

Posted on: August 17th, 2017 by ituadmin

Hadia completed her Masters in Electrical Engineering from Tandon School of Engineering at New York University (2014-2016) as a Fulbright exchange scholar. Hadia was affiliated with Power Lab at Tandon School of Engineering where she closely studied DC micro grids in reference to their contribution to minimize the system harmonics. During her Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, her focus was on innovation in energy production from non-conventional energy sources.

Aftab Alam

Posted on: October 30th, 2014 by ituadmin

Mr. Aftab Alam completed his Alma matters from UET and LUMS in the area of Electronics and Computer Sciences. He is one of the most sought-after teacher in academia. He has more than 22 years of experience in academia at school likes FAST-NU and GIFT University and known for his sound grip on Programming, Digital Logic Design, Computer Architecture, Communications and Networks. His research interest lies in the domain of Computer Arithmetic and Dynamic Branch Prediction.

Dr Rehan Ahmed

Posted on: April 19th, 2014 by ituadmin

Dr. Rehan Ahmed has been a part of the Computer Engineering Department at Information Technology University, Lahore, since June 2020. He completed his BSc. in Electrical Engineering from UET Lahore in 2007. Following this, he worked at LUMS SSE for one year as a Research Associate. In 2008, he went to University of Wisconsin Madison, USA, and earned his Master and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from there in 2010 and 2015 respectively. His research at UW Madison was on Real-Time Systems. Specifically, he worked on consolidating the timing constraints of the real-time tasks with thermal constraints of the processing platform. Upon finishing his doctorate, Dr. Rehan joined TEC (Link), ETH Zurich, Switzerland as a postdoctoral researcher. As part of this group, Dr. Rehan diversified his research to include energy harvesting systems, mixed-criticality systems, and thermal security considerations, among other sub-fields. From March 2019 to May 2020, Dr. Rehan was an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, GIK Institute.

Dr. Muhammad Adnan Siddique

Posted on: April 19th, 2014 by ituadmin

Dr. Muhammad Adnan Siddique received the B.E. degree in electronics engineering from the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan in 2006 and the European Master of Research in Information and Communications Technology (MERIT) joint degree from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany and Universitat Politecnica de Cataluyna (UPC), Spain. He did PhD/post-doc at the Chair of Earth Observation & Remote Sensing, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, from 2013 – 2018. He joined the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (NUCES) in 2019, and spent two semesters there as an Assistant Professor before moving to ITU in June 2020.

Dr. Sohaib Abdul Rehman

Posted on: April 19th, 2014 by salman javed

Dr. Muhammad Qasim Mehmood

Posted on: April 19th, 2014 by Muhammad Qasim mehmood

Dr. M. Qasim Mehmood has received his BS degree in Electronic Engineering from International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) in 2008. Same year he started his MS (in Electronic Engineering) from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute (GIKI) and joined there as a Lecturer upon completion of his MS in 2010. He served GIKI as a lecturer till joining National University of Singapore as a PhD scholar (in Electrical and Computer Engineering) in July 2011. He completed his PhD, in January 2016, under the supervision of Prof. Cheng-wei Qiu, Prof. Aaron Danner and Dr. Teng Jinghua. His research interests were in the area of optics and nano-photonics: more precisely it included the demonstration of exotic phenomena (via ultra-thin nano-structured devices) e.g., on-chip orbital angular manipulation, beam-steering, spin-orbital coupling, three dimensional holography, polarization filtering and light absorption etc. All of his work incorporated vigorous theoretical modelling, numerical calculations and experimental investigations. He gained considerable experience of nano-fabrications at Institute of Material Research Engineering (IMRE) A*STAR Singapore and Spin Energy Lab (SEL) NUS Singapore. His PhD research-works were published in various prestigious journals such as Advanced Materials, Laser Photonics Reviews and Advanced Optical Materials etc.

Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor (since Feb 2016) and heading NanoTech research-lab ( at Information Technology University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan. NanoTech lab earned notable repute, of high impact and quality research, in a short-span. Since its establishment in March 2016, it has produced significant works in world’s well-known ISI-indexed journals such as Advanced Functional Materials, ACS Nano, Light Science & Applications, Optics Letter, Applied Physics Letters, Annalen der Physik and Chinese Physics Letters etc. Its research-scope spans over the broad range of emerging areas form fundamental investigations to innovative applications. On the fundamental side, areas like applied electromagnetics, microwave engineering, antenna engineering, semiconductors, nano-optics and nano-photonics, plasmonic metamaterials and nano-antennas are targeted. On the applied side, microwave system and antennas are designed and developed for various applications such as communication, radar front-end and bio-imaging etc. He has active research collaborations locally (with LUMS, NUST and GIKI) and internationally (with NUS, POSTECH, SUTD and Wuhan University) where his students (MS and PhD) and research associates travel for research-attachments.

Dr. Kashif Riaz

Posted on: April 19th, 2014 by ituadmin

Dr. Kashif Riaz was born and grew up in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. After receiving his BS degree in Electronic Engineering in 2008, he started his MS from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Science and Technology (GIKI) in 2009 under the project “Development of Open Source Cell Library for MEMS Components Verified through Modeling and Simulation” funded by National ICT R&D Projects under ministry of IT, Pakistan. During his MS, he worked on design, modelling, simulation and characterization of MEMS devices like gyroscopes, accelerometers, micro-grippers etc. After completion of his MS in 2011, he joined Faculty of Electronic Engineering, GIKI as a Lecturer. In 2012, he got PhD scholarship from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and completed his PhD from HKUST in 2016. During PhD, his research focus was design, modelling, simulation and characterization of nano-structures for biological application like drug delivery, cancer cell killing, protein extraction from cells and cancer cell detection using electrical methods at low voltages.

Dr. Muhammad Mahboob Ur Rahman

Posted on: April 19th, 2014 by ituadmin

Dr. Muhammad  Mahboob Ur  Rahman received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore, Pakistan, in 2007, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from the University  of  Iowa,  Iowa  City,  IA,  USA  in 2013. During summer 2013, he worked as research intern in Wireless Systems lab at Nokia research center, Berkeley, CA, USA. He then joined Communication Theory Laboratory, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden as Post doctoral researcher and worked there until May 2016. Before undertaking his PhD studies, he  worked  as  a Lecturer/Lab Engineer with Faisalabad Campus, UET Lahore between 2007-09.