Success Stories

ESTABLISHMENT OF IIU–IDB ADVANCED ELECTRONICS LABORATORIES PROJECT
The Islamic Development Bank’s funded Advanced Electronics Laboratories Project is first ever international scientific grant at International Islamic University (IIU), Islamabad and also first international “advanced electronics specific grant” in Pakistan.
The idea is to support the efforts of the Government of Pakistan in building the critical mass of skilled professionals and researchers in the field of Advanced Electronics. This is being done through the establishment of an Advanced Electronics laboratory at International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) to serve the higher education and research work in the field of Semiconductor Process Engineering. This Laboratory is now available for teaching, training and conducting research work in semiconductor’s device modeling, sample preparation and subsequent characterization of devices, materials and systems for real-time micro and nano-scale electronics for applications such as Energy, Sensing, Communication & Photonics and Information Processing (Big Data, Participatory Sensing, Cognitive etc.)
 
TALENTED IIUI SCIENTIST DR. IMRAN AWARDED US PATENT
Dr. Muhammad Imran Shabbir, Assistant Professor in Department of Bioinformatics and Biotechnology, Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences International Islamic University, Islamabad has been awarded with an “International Patent”.
He has been awarded on the invention in which he described a device and a method for avoiding harmful ultraviolet radiation exposure during the analysis and processing of biomolecule-resolved electro phoretic gel matrices. It is pertinent to mention here that the electrophoresis is a key molecular biology technique used for studying biomolecules, for example, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), ribonucleic acid (RNA) and proteins. Currently, Dr. Imran’s invention in the process of commercialization to bring this useful technology to the market to benefit the community of scientists and health professionals involved especially in the analysis of DNA. The worth mentioning here is that Dr. Imran has independently prepared and submitted his extraordinary invention for obtaining intellectual property rights to United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in 2012 and obtained a provisional US patent. Later in 2013, as a continuation, a utility patent was applied which has been accepted and recently published.
 
DEE STUDENTS CLINCH EVENT TITLE IN SOFTEC 2015 AT FAST-NU LAHORE
The talented team of young engineers from Department of Electronics Engineering Faculty of Engineering and Technology International Islamic University clinched team winner award and event title of ”National Event SOFTEC“ held at Foundation Advance Science and Technology National University (FAST-NU) Lahore. Three IIUI teams comprising Mirza Omer Baig, Muhammad Basit Ameen, Muhammad Tariq Dilbar, AmmadShakir Khan, Awais Yaqoob and Muhamad Basat participated in different competitions.
Two teams participating in Robo Rumble competition won 1st and 2nd positions respectively, while third team presented their Final Year Project “Design and Development of Variable Frequency Drive for Induction Motor Using Advance Techniques” in Engineering Project Exhibition being highly acknowledged and appreciated as IIUI teams achieving high marks in all competitions also stood on top of the victory stand and secured event winner title. The IIUI teams was supervised by the Engr. Adil Farooq Lecturer, DEE FET.
 
 
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