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Outstanding Achievement


Fully Funded Summer Research at George Mason University, VA, USA

This summer, three of our brilliant students were selected for the Exchange Research Program at George Mason University. 

During their research, the candidates are exposed to real time research projects under direct supervision of the faculty, which may lead to a fully funded doctorate research.

Out of the 10 students selected worldwide for the program, 3 are NUSTians, and their selection is a matter of great pride for the University, as well as an achievement and inspiration for others:


Hamza Masud

National Institute of Transportation (NIT)

– Currently working on his research project ‘Design and Evaluation of Operational Strategies in various fields of Transportation Engineering & Modeling’ for congestion control


Arslaan Khalid

NUST institute of Civil Engineering (NICE) 

– Currently working on the development of water shed model for mitigation of hurricane coastal flooding at Volgenau School of Engineering, George Mason University


Saad Ullah

NUST institute of Civil Engineering (NICE) 

– Currently working on a faculty sponsored research project at Volgenau School of Engineering, George Mason University


 

 

Other Achievements


Anand Kumar

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS)

Worked as an intern at E.A.E Elektrik, Istanbul, Turkey, under IAESTE Program (Summer 2014)

 

Tayyaba Naz and Azqa Nadeem

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS)

Worked as interns at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland (Summer 2014)

 

Syed Hassan Jalil

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS)

Worked as a student intern at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland (Summer 2014)

 

Syed Maaz and Alina Alam

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS)

Attended the Summer Training Conference in Middleburg, Virginia, as part of their training as Project Manager Fellows for One World Youth Project

 

 

Clockwise from top: Alina Alam and Syed Maaz at US for OWYP Training, Syed Hassan Jalil at CERN Lab, Anand Kumar at Turkey

 
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