Muhammad Kamran received the M. Phil (2003) degree in Physics from the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan. Later in the same year, he joined the Department of Physics at CIIT Islamabad as lecturer. Following his selection for the faculty development program in the year 2005, he received his PhD degree (2009) from Institute of Physics, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He rejoined Department of Physics, CIIT Islamabad on June 22nd, 2009 as Assistant Professor. In 2012, he won the TWAS-CAS fellowship, and worked as a postdoc fellow at Institute of Physics, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences for a year. Since August 2013, he has been with the Department of Electrical Engineering, at CIIT Wah, as Assistant Professor. Since his joining on TTS, he has published 14 journal and 14 International conference articles. He is working on both basic and applied physics. The basic research physics mainly includes the vortices in superconductors and synthesis of high temperature superconductors and the applied research physics includes the modeling, simulation and artificial neural network. His research interest includes vortices in superconductors, modeling and simulations, and artificial neural networks.