Postdoctoral Research Fellow, UConn Health, University of Connecticut, USA.
(January'20 - to present) - Working on the Cloud-based implementation of COPASI - A well-known software tool for simulation and analysis of biochemical networks and their dynamics.
Danmark Technical University (DTU), Denmark
Junsung E&R Inc.,
Intern (Dec '11 - Feb '12)
Intern (July '11 - August '11)
Fiber & NetworkiNg (FNN), South Korea
Intern (Dec '10 - Feb '11)
Hardware Engineer (June'10 - August'10)
Developed APIs to test Nand-Flash controller for read/write operations on Nand-Flash SSD.
Intern (Feb '08 - Nov '09)
Worked on embedded data storage applications and designed a dual channel nand-flash based SSD daughter card (compatible with XILINX Spartan 3A board) for testing purpose.
Circuit and PCB layout designing of dual-channel ONFI compatible Solid State Drive.
SPOT Pvt. Ltd,
Digital Design Engineer (March '10 - May'10)
My research work there includes
The snapshot of software can be seen here. My Logo inside the "Captured Image" window is the default image and replaces with image captured by C328 serial camera. Captured Image also holds in local drive for later retrieval.
I also designed various other softwares for testing hardwares including Vehicle Tracker, Remote Fuel Monitoring, Two-way TCP/IP Communicator and Remote climate monitoring on LabVIEW Platform.
Umm Al Qura University,
InstructorI(June '10 - July'10)
Conducted 16 Hours course work on "Virtual Instrumentation and Simulation" in the institute "Skilltech International" that is driven by Ministry of Industry, Pakistan.
Conducted Tutorial Workshops
Developed a Human Machine Interface (HMI) software on LabVIEW platform for live monitoring and controlling biomedical instrument called "Micro Viscometer". This instrument measures Blood/PBS viscosity for disease identification through Image Processing.
Developed a Human Machine Interface (HMI) software on LabVIEW platform for live monitoring and controlling the cable fling system.
The simulation model demoed in this project is believed to be the skilled way to simulate the designed software of UGV Server. Two Virtual Intruments (VIs) run in parallel, the GUI of UGV Server and the other one simulates the behavior of UGV. Both the VIs communicate through TCP/IP communication protocols.
Designed UGV Server VI can be employed for real-world GPS based hardware system monitoring and even for controlling. Snapshot of "UGV Server" can be seen here.
The simulation environment is designed to imitate the electronic automated home. The system is designed in such a way that can be used with the real-world signals.