Dr Faisal Fayyaz Qureshi
Has worked in the field of IT/Network and Telecommunication since 2000. He worked for many organisation across the globe (based in South East Asia, Middle East & USA). He received his Master degree in “Network and Data Communication” in 2010 from Coventry University and in 2014 he completed his PhD at the University of Bedfordshire in “Reliable and Energy Efficient Cognitive Radio Ad hoc MAC Protocol”.In 2012, he launched Express Communication Services Ltd (ExComS) in the UK with a single goal in mind “Provide unmatched IT & Network Support Service to the Clients”.He is the real visionary behind the company. The company has grown to over 200 engineers, providing an unmatched 24/7 IT and Network Support to clients.
Mohammed Qasim (Mo)
Received his BSc in Automotive Technology with Management from the University of Hertfordshire in 2005. He started his professional career working for Xerox (UK) R&D projects. In 2008, he joined Hayward Tyler (UK) a major supplier of rotating equipment to O&G, Power Generation (Nuclear/Coal/Gas) and Submersible industries.In 2011 he joined major Rockwell Collins (fka B/E Aerospace) aerospace interiors division in the UK, where he managed R&D, NPI, NPD and Aftermarket programs on Airbus, Boeing and Sukhoi aircraft for major airlines.Mo has completed many professional qualifications over the years and co-authored a research paper. He currently provides Management Consultancy to Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME’s) across UK & Africa.He provides operational management/structure to the organisation and manages the project management team to support the company’s 24/7 ops.
Research and Development Team
Dr. Kashif Iqbal
has 14 year’s research experience in Applied Research, Machine Learning, Image and Information Retrieval, Image Processing, Computer Vision and Biometric Security. He completed his MSc in Computer Science in 2009 at the University of Science Malaysia (USM), Malaysia. He received his PhD in 2012 upon completion of his thesis titled “Image Detection and Retrieval for Biometric Security from an Image Enhancement Perspective” at Coventry University, UK. His MSc work is on underwater image and video enhancement. In the PECIPTA’07 exhibition, his work won the Gold Medal by demonstrating a breakthrough in the cutting-edge technology of video enhancement, namely “Aqua Marine Video Enhancement Tool (AquaVideoT)” in KL Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was teaching and supervising research projects in the Department of Computing at Coventry University. Prior to joining Coventry University, he was also involved in several scholarly and administrative tasks at the University of Science Malaysia (USM), Penang, Malaysia. Dr Kashif Iqbal has published over 20 papers in peer-reviewed journals and reputable conferences and workshops.He brings the R&D ideas generated at ExComS’ to Proof of Concept (POC) stage.
Dr. Faisal Qureshi
BSc Electrical Engineering,MSc Network and Data Communication Engineering, PhD Wireless Telecommunication.Faisal Fayyaz Qureshi received his BSc in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan in May 2000. He started his professional career with the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore in May 2000 and worked until December 2000 as a research assistant. From July 2000 to September 2000 he served in Saudi Arabia as a Telecom Engineer. In 2001 he qualified with the CCIE written examination.
In 2001, he worked as a Network Analyst in San Jose, California, USA. He has also served as a network Engineer in Maryland, Virginia, and Florida and held the position of Team Leader and Manager for Multinational Telecom organisations in the field of Voice over IP for eight years.In 2010 he came to the UK to further his education. He passed the MSc in Network and Data Communication with distinction from Coventry University, UK. In the same period, he delivered seminars, tutorials and lab demonstrations at Coventry University.In 2011, He has started his PhD at the University of Bedfordshire, UK in the area of Energy Efficient Cognitive Radio Adhoc MAC Protocol under the supervision of Dr Vladimir Dyo and completed in 2014. Faisal is also serving the University as a visiting lecturer.
Professor Dr Muhammad Ali Imran
Professor of Communications Systems
The Dean University of Glasgow UESTC at University of Glasgow.DIC, MSc, PhD, SMIEEE, Fellow of Higher Education Academy, University of Glasgow Publications
I obtained my BSc in Electrical Engineering (Electronics and Communications) from the University of Engineering & Technology Lahore in 1999. I worked in industry as a senior design engineer in a Systems Design company for two years. Later, I obtained my MSc degree from Imperial College London in Communications and Signal Processing in 2002. I was awarded the Diploma of Imperial College and the PhD degree from Imperial College and the University of London in 2007. My research thesis was entitled “Resource Optimisation for Cooperative Broadcasting in WCDMA Networks”.
As a postdoc researcher, I worked on the formulation of Information-Theoretic fundamental capacity limits of wireless cellular networks. This work was funded by Mobile Virtual Center of Excellence UK (a consortium of selected UK Universities and Industry). I have also worked on a European Commission EC funded project ROCKET where I worked on efficient techniques to design and operate a wireless cellular communication system.
In 2009, I joined the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (FEPS) at the University of Surrey as a Lecturer in Communications. I coordinated the University of Surrey team involved in FP7 EC funded project EARTH – looking at Energy Efficient Next Generation of Cellular Networks. The project has won the 2012 Best project for the Future of Internet award. I also lead the Theme 9 of India UK Advanced Technology Centre research – Self Organising Multihop Networks. I also supervised a Huawei funded project on a novel air interface technique: LDS-OFDM.
Currently, I am leading an EPSRC funded project – REDUCE that aims to reshape the energy demand of end-users using ICT and economic incentives. REDUCE project has deployed a wireless sensor network in CCSR building to monitor and control energy demand of users using persuasive techniques and communication technology. I am a work package leader for IU-ATC phase II funded by EPSRC. I am co-supervising the Huawei funded Green Communications project and Sony funded Machine to Machine communication projects. I am actively participating in EU funded projects LexNet and iJoin.
Dr. Faisal Qureshi
Managing Director and CEO
I obtained my BSc in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan in May 2000. I obtained MSc in Network & Data Communication from the University of Coventry. In 2014 I received a PhD from the University of Bedfordshire.
Professor Dr Muhammad Ali Imran
Head of Quality Assurance Team
I obtained my BSc in Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering & Technology Lahore in 1999. I obtained my MSc degree from Imperial College London in Communications and Signal Processing in 2002. I was awarded the PhD degree from Imperial College and the University of London in 2007.