Research group head Profile
Dr. Amir Qayyum is self-motivated and ambitious, having both management and technical expertise with leadership skills to effectively lead a team; creative and visionary thought leader, numerous publications and co-author of an RFC in IETF about mobile ad hoc networks. He is actively involved with professional organizations and is Chair IEEE Islamabad Section (2017 to date), Chair Professional Activities IEEE Islamabad Section (2014-2017); Chair IEEE Computer Society Islamabad Chapter (2009-2014), Secretary/Treasurer IEEE Islamabad Section (2011-2013), Founding member & Chair Board of Directors ISOC Islamabad Chapter (2014-2017); Member NomCom at ICANN (2015-2017); Founding Member Board of Directors Pak-France Alumni Network-PFAN (2009 to date), President PFAN (2011-2013), Vice President PFAN (2014-2017).
Dr. Amir Qayyum have 21 years of R&D experience; including 10 years of experience as Project Director of many funded R&D projects (national and international), managing all activities including project planning, budget, HR management and coordination of technical activities; plus 5 years of research and academic work leading towards D.E.A. and Doctorate. Founding Director of Center of Research in Networks and Telecom (CoReNeT-www.corenet.org.pk); supervised many MS and Ph.D. research thesis. He has 17 years of teaching experience, including professional trainings and seminars in the area of networking and leadership along with 10 years of management experience, including Dean Quality Enhancement Cell, Dean Faculty of Engineering, Head of Electronic Engineering Dept. and Chairman of Computer Engineering dept.
Dr. Amir Qayyum also possess 7 years of industry experience including four years as technical team lead in networks and data communications, with background in protocol stack development and system design.
Introduction of the group
CoReNeT at Capital University of Science & Technology, Islamabad aims to foster the research and development activity in the rapidly growing field of networks and telecommunications. It initiates innovative ideas in networking and endeavors to contribute in the area of behind the scene technology, which is making today’s information revolution possible. At Capital University of Science & Technology, CoReNeT team is working on many R&D projects in collaboration with various organizations and was also able to obtain significant research funding which shows a confidence in expertise and dedication of the team.
|1||Prof. Dr. Amir Qayyumfirstname.lastname@example.org||Head/Supervisor|
|4||Syed Sharjil Gillani||Member|
- Computer Networks: Wired, Wireless and Mobile
- Mobility Management in Heterogeneous Networks
- Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs)
- IPv6 and Next Generation Networks (NGN)
- QoS in Core and Access Networks for Multimedia Applications
- Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs)
- Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN)
- Disruption/Delay Tolerant Networks (DTN) and Network Coding
- IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and IPTV
- Ubiquitous Networks and Sensor Networks
- Network Security
R & D Projects
|S. No||Title||Year||Cost||Funding Agency||Status|
|1||Vehicle based road/environment condition warning system using vehicular Ad hoc networks (VANETs)||PKR 11.96 Million||Government of France||In Progress|
|2||Design and development of hybrid IPV4 and IPV6 networks for QoS enabled video streaming multicast application||2013-2014||PKR 14.02 Million||ICT R&D Fund||Completed|
|3||End to End Mobility Management Framework (EMF) for multihomed mobile devices||2008-2009||PKR 14.89 Million||ICT R&D||Completed|
|4||Network based P2P flow recognition||2010-2012||PKR 0.2 Million||NayaTel Pvt. Ltd.||Completed|
|5||EduScope: A new learning system||2010||PKR 1.8 Million||ISOC Washington, USA||Completed|
|6||Core components of 4th generation telecom infrastructure (IMS)||2007 – 2009||PKR 2.86 Million||ICT R & D||Completed|
|7||3GPP IMS complaint E2E mobile IPTV solution for 4G/LTE networks||2017-2019||PKR 31 Million||EMI Networks Pvt. Ltd.||In progress|
|8||Framework for control and monitoring of Wireless mesh networks (WMN) using Software Defined Networks (SDN)||2015-2018||PKR 2.3 Million||Govt. of France and HEC, Pakistan||In progress|