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MS in SOC Design from Linkoping, Sweden
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Syed Asad Alam Sep 16, 2007.

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Where do you live?
Mianwali, Pakistan
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Syed Asad Alam
Which college or university?
Department of Computer and Information Systems Engineering, NED University of Engineering and Technology
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
Yes
Your graduation date?
January 2007
Your major?
Computer Engineering
What do you do for a living?
Assistant Professor
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
Pakistan Engineering Council, IEEE, IEEE CAS society
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
Nothing
Tell us about you:
Currently I am an Assistant Professor at Namal College Mianwali. I did my PhD from Linköping University, Sweden under the supervision of Dr. Oscar Gustafsson.
Regarding my research interests, I am involved in the designing of FPGA based signal processing devices.
What are your hobbies?
Reading, Browsing, Talking to friends
Your favorite books?
Apart from religious books I like books on Digital Design and VLSI. No novels
Website:
http://sites.google.com/site/alam.asad
Favorite Music:
No Music
Favorite TV Shows:
No TV

Comment Wall (13 comments)

At 2:58pm on September 15, 2007, Riaz Qamar said…
hmmm
At 4:42pm on September 15, 2007, usman ghani said…
You are welcome too uncle !!1
At 9:24pm on September 15, 2007, Riaz Haq said…
WAS,
Thank you, Asad.
Enjoy!!
At 9:30pm on September 15, 2007, Riaz Qamar said…
haan InshALLAH ker doun gaa
At 2:44am on September 16, 2007, Syed Saqib Bukhari said…
Walaikum Assalam,

Of course I remember you. How are you and how is your job going on?
At 3:56am on September 16, 2007, Muhammad Saqib Ilyas said…
Alhamdulillah, I am doing fine and my studies are also going well.
At 3:58am on September 17, 2007, Zohaib u. khan said…
Asalam e alikum........
Thax to be ur friend
At 11:56pm on September 19, 2007, Bilal Hashmi said…
Hello Asad...

Nice to get in touch with you
At 11:24pm on September 20, 2007, Siffat Shah said…
w salam
dear m enjoying my job what about u. air wepons wala job kar rahay ho ya dosra koi job hay
At 12:24am on September 23, 2007, Hammad Hasnain said…
Hoping you good days, where did you get admission.

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