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Engr. Muhammad Irfan Aziz
Associate Professor
Avionics Engineering Department

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
College of Aeronautical Engineering, PAF Academy, Risalpur
Tel : 0333-5185755    

Signal Source Localization, Analog Circuits, Radar, Communications, Ad-hoc networks

PhD (Brunel University, West London, UK), Under Completion MS (Information Security, Military College of Signals, NUST), 2005 BE  (Avionics, CAE, NED University Karachi), 1993

Engr Muhammad Irfan Aziz is currently an Associate Professor at College of Aeronautical Engineering (CAE). He completed his undergraduate studies in Avionics engineering from CAE, NED University, Karachi in 1993. He holds Master’s degree in Information Security (2005) from Military College of Signals, NUST. He is currently in the process of submitting his final Thesis to the Brunel University West London, UK, for the completion of his PhD Degree. His current research works includes Localization of emitters, analog circuit designing and ad-hoc networking. He has a vast experience of Research and Development spanning over more than 10 years, which included supervision of a number of solutions for the aviation industry (including Data Link Processor – DLP, Avionics Activation Panel – AAP, Multi-Functional Display – MFD, and high Power Transmitters) and development of Audio Control Box – ACB for the JF-17 Aircraft.

Localization of Emitters,

Digitization of Audio Control Box,

Ad-Hoc Networking

Associate Professor, NUST-CAE

June 2014 – Present

Courses Taught

Basic Operation Amplifiers (Fall-2014)




June 1993 – June 2009 (16 years)