Syed Qasim Bukhari's Comments

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At 9:15pm on October 4, 2007, Riaz Haq said…
Dear Qasim,
Thank you for your compliments.
As to your specific questions on 3D movie, I'm afraid I'm not an expert in this area. You might want to raise it in the mentoring form by asking for help and see if any one has the appropriate background for it. It wouldn't hurt to try online resources such as wikipedia and MIT online course-ware or just do Google search.
At 1:10pm on October 5, 2007, Muhammad Ajmal Khan said…
Wa alaikum assalaam,
Well nice to receive ur message, u can keep in touch with me on ajmal@kfupm.edu.sa
BTW, how is EE dept these days? who is chairman? how is Sir Abdul Qadir? how is Javed Saheb, Shahab Saheb, Ms. Shahnaz, Shoaib Siddiqui, Ms. Sadia, etc. etc. Plz convey my Salaam to them.
At 9:46pm on October 5, 2007, Raed Ali said…
ws.. its good u initiated it,,, so what info do you need to know exaclty??? maybe i can help you out
At 10:13pm on October 5, 2007, Adnan Nasir said…
Waalikum Asalam,

Dear Qasim I am pursuing PhD from NTU Singapore in the field of wireless communications ...

Regards
Syed Adnan Nasir
At 9:37am on October 6, 2007, Moqueem Ansari said…
Well Oklahoma State University, Stillwater is not a top school. It was a cheap school to do MS 20 years back. I don’t know how the present fee structure is right now. Things to consider are some schools are located in very small towns and this school is one of them. It is hard to find an outside job over there. In big cities it is relatively easy. I would suggest that you talk with students who have done there MS in your major over here.
At 3:42am on October 8, 2007, aftab ahmed said…
its more than 30 years i was at stanford
things have changed a lot and i really do not have any contacts at stanford
i wished i could help you in any way
At 6:34am on October 8, 2007, M. Rashid Yousuf said…
AA, Dear Qasim, I just rec'd your invite. Will provide input on an as-needed. basis.
At 2:08pm on October 9, 2007, Arshad Farhad said…
hya, thanks for the comments, will catch u some time on msn...
At 11:46pm on October 9, 2007, Adeel Razi said…
I havn't forgot you guys for sure...when is ur exam?
At 1:43am on October 11, 2007, Amir Siddiq said…
Mr. Sohail has explained the standard procedure to apply for admission to any university in an excellent manner.
One thing I would like to comment on is the letter of recommendation from professors/employer. This is one of the important factor in getting admission, atleast in Universities like ETH, etc.
Qasim, what you have communicated with the people at ETH falls into this category. I believe (and its the standard practice) that if you have been in contact with the professor at ETH and if he recommends you for the admission then it definitely be a plus. Now the point is what is the real meaning of IN CONTACT?
Normally, it works in the following way:
- you are working on a research project, lets say Image processing stuff in your case.
- look for professors at ETH who are working in this area.
- go through their research stuff, presentations, publications, etc.
- contact them and discuss about what you are working on and how you could use their work in your research.
- Ask questions about their research (i mean in technical and professional way)
- few communications in this way would make you both understand each other and specially the professor will know about your knowledge in this topic and how much zealous you are in this area.
- This way you can discuss with him that you are planning to work in future on this topic and want to get admission in ETH. And if you could use his name as a reference in your CV.
Normally, they are more than happy to do so, if they are convinced during your communication that you have sound knowledge of the topic, etc.
And guess what, you have hit the Jack Pot, as their recommendation is definitely given heavy weightage.
At 7:56am on October 11, 2007, Amir Siddiq said…
No problems, at all.
All the best!
At 12:57pm on October 12, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
check this URL

http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?coll=GUIDE&dl=GUIDE&id=840009
At 1:02pm on October 12, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/578251.html
At 1:07pm on October 12, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
http://www.amazon.com/Video-Based-Rendering-Marcus-Magnor/dp/1568812442/ref=sip_rech_dp_5/002-0855433-4140014

also check other books on de same topic
At 1:23pm on October 12, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
http://mrl.nyu.edu/~perlin/

multi-media prof @ NYU
At 12:15pm on October 14, 2007, Aamir said…
How r u Qasim?
At 3:53pm on October 14, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
hey,

good to hear from you....well i dont use msn/YIM anymore, busy with ma job....juz go through the links, am sure you will find them useful, if u wanna ask anything else...lemme know

take care
At 5:48pm on October 15, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
replied
At 9:11pm on October 15, 2007, Aamir said…
I dont know about the latest policies for induction in Army these days but you can always go to Army selection and recruitment center at Shara-e-Faisal and inquire about whether you can join army after completing your degree or not.
At 7:18am on October 22, 2007, Mohammad Yahya said…
No, it's not like that!

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