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In addition to his distinguished career in the fields of Electrical, Electronics, and Renewable Energy Engineering, Dr. Haider is a prominent figure in the field of cutting-edge research and education. He obtained a PhD in Renewable Energy Engineering from the University of Exeter (Russel group), specializing in the optimization of Microgrids through Artificial Intelligence techniques. His academic career began with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering at BZU Multan. Providing the foundation for a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering obtained in Germany. The foundational studies he completed provided him with a strong technical background in the field of electrical and electronic engineering. Over the course of his professional career, Dr. Haider has accumulated over 11 years of valuable experience in both teaching and research. As a result of his dedication to education, he has had a positive impact on the lives of countless students, and his contributions to research have been widely recognized worldwide. Over the years, he has authored and published more than ten articles in both national and international journals, with many of those journals boasting impressive impact factors. A hallmark of Dr. Haider's distinguished career has been his commitment to mentoring and guidance. Numerous of his students have achieved national and international recognition through research grants and scholarships after he has supervised their final year projects. This exemplifies his passion for nurturing the next generation of engineers and researchers. Dr. Haider's multifaceted expertise, spanning electrical, electronics, and renewable energy engineering, coupled with his groundbreaking work in Microgrid optimization using Artificial Intelligence, has positioned him as a trailblazer in the industry. His unwavering dedication to education and research continues to shape the future of engineering and renewable energy, making him a true luminary in the field.
|University of Exeter, UK
|Otto-von Gureicke, Magdeburg, Germany
|Electrical Engineering and information tech