Dr. Muhammad Farooq-i-Azam did his B.Sc. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore (Taxila and Lahore campuses respectively). He also earned an M.Sc. in Computer Science from PUCIT, the University of the Punjab. He later did his PhD from the Lancaster University, United Kingdom. Dr. Farooq has worked in the areas of communication systems, wireless networks, cognitive radio, localization and navigation and allied fields. In addition, he has been interested in computers, programming and operating systems throughout his professional career. He has experience to manage and administer computer networks running diverse operating systems including VMS, FreeBSD, System V Unix, Solaris, Linux and Microsoft Windows. He has contributed programming code to the open source project ipgrab, which is a packet sniffer tool distributed with Debian Linux. Dr. Farooq has experience of working in both industry and academia. He has managed and completed a number of industrial projects including power sector as part of his industrial job experience. He is also a member of the IEEE.
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