Nadeem - Electrical Engineer - Auckland, New Zealand

Muhammad Nadeem

Auckland, New Zealand


Electrical Engineer


• A progressive and multitalented lecturer with extensive practical knowledge having 10 year experience.
• Excellent knowledge of electronics technology and the new methodologies.
• Proficient in managing the opportunities for students.
• Excellent in providing the real time knowledge about technology.
• Excellent knowledge of subject and also have great practical knowledge.
• Proficient in giving practical knowledge.

Work History

Teaching Fellow (P/T)

University of Auckland

From February 2014

• Lecturing Digital System Design course (COMPSYS 305)
• Conducting tutorials for Digital Circuits course (COMPSYS 201)
• Preparing teaching material and utilizing it for the progress of students
• Helping the students for completing their project works (COMPSYS 701 & 305)
• Analysing the material for the students and providing them guidance on various aspects of the subjects
• Helping undergrad masters and PhD students in their research work
• Marking exams and result preparation

Senior Graduate Teacher

University of Auckland

March 2012 - July 2012

Preparing and delivering lectures on Digital System Design (COMPSYS 305) to undergraduate
• Preparation and delivery of lab material and conducting labs (COMPSYS 201 & 305)
• Marking exams and result preparation

Visiting Lecturer

Queens Academic Group

From June 2011

• Preparing and delivering lectures to level 7 students
• Courses: Micro-controllers, Microprocessors, Digital Electronics

Teaching Assistant

University of Auckland

April 2008 - January 2012

• Preparation and delivery of lab material and conducting labs
• Marking assignments

Assistant Professor

COMSATS Institute of Information & Technology

July 2005 - January 2014

• Preparing and delivering lectures to undergraduate (dual degree program in collaboration with Lancaster University, UK) and postgraduate students
• Up-gradation of existing labs and setting up new labs
• Researching on different subjects and submitting the research papers to the education management committee
• Undergrad project supervision and coordination
• Member of Industrial Liaison Committee
• Participate in student recruitment, registration, and placement activities
• Serve on academic or administrative committees to deal with institutional policies
• Acting as adviser to students and student organizations
• Keeping abreast of developments in their field by reading current literature and participating in professional conferences
• Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions
• Write grant proposals to procure external research funding
• Planning, evaluating and revise curricula, course contents, course materials and methods of instruction
• Handled responsibilities of INMIC 2008 conference event & acted as an event coordinator

Visiting Lecturer

University of Management & Technology

• Preparing and delivering lectures on Digital Logic Design to undergraduate
• Preparation and delivery of lab material and conducting labs
• Marking exams and result preparation


COMSATS Institute of Information & Technology

July 2004 - August 2005

• Preparing and delivering lectures to undergraduate students on topics related to computer engineering
• Other administrative works assigned by head of department such as time table preparation, event organization and final year project coordination.

Development and implementation

Research Internee, Microlab, Biel School

June 2003 - May 2004

of a digital back-end of a 13.56 MHz low power RFID Smart Sensor following ISO standard.
• Objectives: Study of ISO/IEC-14443 and ISO/IEC-15693 standards. Testing of analog front end of RFID Tag. Development of architecture of the digital back-end of the tag. Describing the developed architecture in VHDL and real time validation by implementing it on Xilinx FPGA.

Research Associate

Master Theses Research, University of Neuchatel

July 2002 - February 2003

• Project: Design and VHDL Implementation of a low-power face verification architecture for 3G mobile communicators.
• The goal of this project was to study the proposed architecture and, in particular, morphology processor, refining the structure, proposing improvement, describing it in VHDL and implementing it on a FPGA platform for real-time validation.

Sales Engineer

Innovative Private Limited

August 2000 - August 2001

• Sales and marketing of Allen Bradley products such as PLC5, SLC 500, ControLogix and VSDs and PlantScap launched by Honeywell.
• Sales and marketing of Honeywell instruments, drive controllers, transmitter and PlantScap etc.

Sales Engineer

Phillips Electrical Industries

December 1998 - August 2000

Sales & Lighting design for indoor, outdoor, industrial, road and floodlighting

Executive Engineer

Takhleeq Cybernetics (Pvt) Limited

February 1998 - December 1998

Design and development of digital circuits
• Head sales and marketing team of electronic systems
• Installation and maintenance

Qualifications & Certifications

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

The University of Auckland

Electrical Engineering

Royal Technical Institute

Electrical Engineering

University of Engineering and Technology

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