Muhammad Umar

Muhammad Umar

Muhammad Umar

Lecturer

mumar@ucp.edu.pk
Ext: 03104167848

Muhammad Umar was born in Multan, Pakistan. He received the B.E. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, Pakistan in 1994. He completed his Masters in nuclear engineering from the Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad in 1996. He joined telecommunication industry in 1996 and served the industry in various technical roles for around nineteen years. He completed his Masters in Telecom Engineering in 2002 from the University of Engineering and Technology Taxila Pakistan. He is currently serving as lecturer at University of Central Punjab (UCP), Lahore Pakistan.

Masters Telecom EngineeringTelecommunicationUET Taxila2001-2002
M.Sc. Nuclear EngineeringNuclearQuaid-e-Azam University1994-1996
B.Sc.Electrical EngineeringUET Lahore1989-1994
LecturerUCPFrom July 2015
Head Network Quality Smart GroupTanzania, Uganda, BurundiFeb 2015 to May 2015
Director Network Planning and OptimizationRoshan AfghanistanSep 2012 to Jan 2015
Senior Manager Network Planning & Senior Manager Operation SupportRoshan AfghanistanFeb 2009 - Aug 2012
National Manager Wireless Planning; Divisional Engineer Wireless & Transmission; Divisional Engineer OMC; Assist. Divisional Manager OMC PTCL PakistanPTCL1996- 2009
1Muhammad Umar, University of Central Punjab, Computationally efficient weighted binary decision codes for gas identification with array of gas sensors, IEEE Sensors, 2017, Volume No.17, Issue No.2, Page No(s). 487-497.
2M. Hassan, M. Umar, A. Bermak, A. Ait Si Ali, and A. Amira, “Quantification of carcinogenic odor of formaldehyde with electronic nose technology,” in International Symposium on Systems Engineering, Edinburgh, Scotland, Oct. 3-5, 2016.

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