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VISION

To be recognized among the top five departments of Electrical Engineering in Pakistan, producing next generation of engineers who are motivated in applying engineering concepts to solve real life problems in an ethically, socially and economically responsible way.

MISSION

The mission of Electrical Engineering Department is to: develop nurturing environment for delivering quality engineering education through discovery and innovation; show commitment and dedication to teaching by developing state of the art curriculum, grounded in scientific, mathematical and technical knowledge that emphasizes practical applications and provides opportunities for hands-on experience; develop attitude for lifelong learning and instill ethical and social values in our graduates that helps them acquire professional leadership; act as center of excellence to identify the problems of national industry and to develop innovative solutions.



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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

Dr. Sheikh Sajid

Dr. Sajid completed his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering with Honors in 2001 and Masters in Electrical Engineering in 2003 from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. He completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2007 with Excellence from the Graz University of Technology conducting research on coded modulation techniques for free space optical systems. He has Guest Edited 3 special issues in Optical Wireless Communications in 2009, 2012 and 2014 and has organized regular IEEE Colloquiums on Optical Wireless in 2008 (Austria), 2010 (UK) and 2012 (Poland). He has taught at UET, Lahore for three years. He joined FAST-NU in 2007 and now working as Professor and Head of Department (EE). He has published more than 50 peer reviewed papers in Journals and conferences of repute and has chaired number of International conference sessions. Currently, the total number of citations of his various academic works stand at 940 + and current H-factor is 19. His research interests lie in Digital communications and Information Theory’s application to Free Space Optics (FSO). He is extending his research into optical wave propagation through random media.

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