Dr. Muhammad Ashraf

House No. 292/5,
Lane-7, Gulshan-e-Nayab,
Westridge-III,RawalPindi
Cell No.+9251-111-87-87-87 ext 106, 0321-5536342

Education

  • 1995, Ph.D., Systems Engineering
    • University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.
  • 1989, M.Sc., Systems Engineering
    • Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • 1988, B.Sc., Electrical Engineering
    • University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.

Experience

  • Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad Campus Associate Professor (June 2007 to present)
  • NESCOM, H-8, Islamabad Consultant (January 2006 to present)
  • College of E&ME, NUST, Rawalpindi Associate Professor (August 2005 to June 2007)
  • Navy Engineering College, NUST, Karachi Associate Professor (January 2002 to August 2005)
  • Additional Appointment: Head of Postgraduate Program (HOPGP)

Projects Completed:

  • Design of PC Based plotting table for submarines.
  • Design and fabrication of battery monitoring system for submarines.
  • Implementation of data encryption and MAC chips on FPGA Kits, using Verilog HDL.
  • Design and fabrication of secure communication.
  • Design and fabrication of micro controller based AC derive for 3 phase induction motor
  • Embedded system design for industrial automation using Ethernet Protocol.
  • Remote energy meter reading system through Power Line Communication

Subject Taught (Graduate and Undergraduate Level):

Circuit Analysis, Power Electronics, Advanced Digital Signal Processing, Electronics, Integrated Circuits, Digital Data Acquisition and Control, Advanced Embedded Systems and Advanced Digital Systems Design.

  • Enabling Technologies, Software Technology Park, Sector F-5, Islamabad
    • Senior member technical staff (Mar 2001 to Jan 2002)
  • Joined the VLSI, Hardware group and worked for the verification of the ASIC implementations.
    • Elixir Technologies, Software Technology Park, Sector F-5, Islamabad
  • Consultant/Systems Integrator (Aug 2000 to Mar 2001)
    • Designed and supervised the system developed for very high speed ID card production system for the government of Pakistan (NADRA).
  • National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Karachi Campus
    • Assistant Professor (Aug 1998 to August 2000)
  • Design and Development Data Acquisition System for a Moving Vehicle.
  • Design and Development of Weather Monitoring System.
  • Provided advanced technical assistance to the Naval and Military establishments.
  • Teaching Computer Architecture, Power Electronics, Digital Signal Processing and Image Processing to master and undergraduates in the college.
  • Government of Pakistan(PAEC), Islamabad Senior Engineer (Jan 1989 to Aug 1998)
  • Acted as a project manager and designer in a team of seven engineers to design a highly sophisticated mechatronic system for a government agency.
  • Managed the maintenance facility consisting of a staff of 10 people providing services to government and private sector in the field of textile, biotechnical and chemical industries

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