Mr. Muhammad Ali
Lecturer
Department of Electrical Engineering

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS)
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
NUST Campus H-12, Islamabad
Tel: 051-90852141
Email: muhammad.ali1 at seecs.edu.pk
Web: http://

Specialization:
Analog Mixed Signal IC, Microelectronics, High Frequency circuits

Education:
MS – System on Chip Design – Royal Institute of Technology ( KTH), Stockholm , Sweden (2009)

I have been working as a lecturer in the department of Electrical Engineering since June 2009.I did my Bachelors in Electronics Engineering from Pakistan Navy Engineering College(PNEC) in 2006. The same year I joined the Masters program in Electrical Engineering in the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), in Stockholm, Sweden. From 2008 to 2009 I was with the Fraunhofer Institute of Integrated Circuits (IIS), Erlangen, Germany where I worked on my Masters thesis titled 'Bandwidth Extension in Sigma Delta Converters'.

I love photography. Nature allures me like anything and traveling is my passion.


 

Research Interest

My research interests lie in IC Designing, Analog & Mixed Mode Systems, RF circuits. I have been a member of Analog and Mixed Signal Group that was established in SEECS in 2009 (http://amsg.seecs.nust.edu.pk/index.php).

Conference Papers

Muhammad Ali, Matthias Voelker, "A 2nd Order Tunable Bandpass Sigma Delta Converter for Material Monitoring in Ball Bearings", Proceedings of the Design of Circuits and Integrated Systems, No. XXV DCIS, pp. 1-6, Nov, 2010, Lanzarote Spain.

K.-Q. Zhao, S. Amir, X.-Z. Meng, M. Ali, M. Gustafsson, M. Ismail and A. Rusu, "A Reconfigurable Successive Approximation ADC in 0.18┬Ám CMOS Technology", Proceedings of the Electronics, Circuits and Systems, No. 15th IEEE Internatio, pp. 646 - 649, Aug, 2008, Malta.

Lecturer , School of Electrical engineering and Computer Sciences(SEECS), NUST
July 2009 – Present (8 years 2 months )

Details: Courses Taught:


1) Electronics-1 (Fall 2009)
2) Electronics-2 (Spring 2010)
3) Operational Amplifier Circuit Design (Fall 2010)
4) Electronics-2 (Spring 2011)