Prof. Dr. Ahmad Shabbar Kazmi

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Shabbar Kazmi

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Shabbar Kazmi

Professor

ahmad.kazmi@ucp.edu.pk
+92-42-35880007 Ext: 467

More than 22 years (includes 11 year University level teaching) experience of Object Oriented software and solution architecture, designing and development.Currently involved in pioneering research in Event Prediction from historical data using artificial intelligent techniques (Markov Chain, Neural Networks, Kalman Filter etc) .Game Development Process optimization and concepts of Immersive games Application of Event Prediction in Telecom Network fault and performance management. This research includes use of historical alarm data to predict and manage faults and performance degradation in telecom networks, Auto Cell optimization in response to the user temporal and spatial distribution, Data feature analysis to match with the best corresponding data processing technique

PhDComputer EngineeringBoston University, Boston, Massachusetts.December 1999
MSComputer EngineeringBoston University, Boston, Massachusetts.September 89
BS Electrical EngineeringUniversity of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.August 86
Dean and Professor, Faculty of Information TechnologyUniversity of Central Punjab, Lahore Pakistan 2018 – To date
Head Of Department And Professor, Computer scienceUniversity of Central Punjab, Lahore Pakistan 2014 – 2018
Associate Professor, Computer Engineering National University of Emerging Sciences and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan) 2005-2014
Senior System AnalystTelus Mobility, Scarborough, ON. Canada (2nd largest Mobile phone company in Canada) 2003-2005
System Architect / AnalystTown of Richmond Hill, Richmond Hill, ON. (Provide IT Solutions to Client) 2001-2003
Chief Technical Architect Onsidekick.com, Toronto, ON. (Brings mass customization of products to B2B) 2000-2001
Senior Software EngineerCustomer Analytics Incorporated, Burlington, MA. (Developed Enterprise Relationship Management software for the Banking industry)1999-2000
Software EngineerInterleaf Incorporated, Waltham, MA. (Provided Documents and content management using XML) 1996-1998
Wakfield, MA.Full Time Ph. D student and a Contract Position at Boston Technology1995-1996
Software EngineerCSPI (Scanalytic), Inc., Billerica MA. (Makes medical imaging software) 1994-1995
LecturerBoston University, Boston, MA1992-1995
GraduateTEACHING FELLOW 1992-1995
1Kazmi A and Shafiq B, “Application of Neural Networks for fault prediction in PTCL network” [Ready: Targeted for IEEE transaction on Networking, Oct 2017]
2Kazmi A, “3 Dimensional Demagnetizing field calculations using Wavelet Transform” (In-progress: Targeted for Journal of Applied Physics Nov 2017)
3Kazmi A and Giles R, “3 Dimensional Adaptive Fast Multipole Expansion method for Demagnetizing field calculations” (In-progress: Targeted for Journal of Applied Physics Dec 2017)
4Kazmi A. “An Object Oriented Framework for the Implementation of the Fast Multipole Expansion Method”, 11th International Conference on Telecommunications, ConTEL 2011, Graz, Austria, June 15–17, 2011
5Kazmi A. “Application of Markov Chain to Predict Faults from Real Time Alarm Data”, IADIS Telecommunications, Networks and Systems 2010 (Freiburg, Germany, 26 to 28 July 2010)
6Redjdal M, Gross P, Kazmi A and Humphrey F., “Switching Dependence on fabrication Accuracy of Tapered Ends of a Single GMR Memory Cell in Word (J. Appl. Phys. 85, 6193 (1999)) [impact factor 2.49] Kazmi A and Giles R, “An Efficient Demagnetizing Field Calculation Scheme” (J. Appl. Phys. 79, 4685 (1996)) [impact factor 2.49]
7Kazmi, A. and Humphrey, F., “Optimization of Code Used for Three Dimensional Micromagnetic Simulations”, Technical Report submitted to Department of Defense. September 1996. (Work supported by a grant from department of defense) azmi, A., “An Automatic Micro-Code Synthesizer”, technical report submitted to Prof. Brayant York, Department of Computer Science, Boston University, Boston, Mass. 1991.

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