I graduated in December 2017 from the University of Nottingham, UK. I was awarded the full Developing Solutions Master’s Scholarship by the University of Nottingham, UK, to pursue a Master’s degree in Power Electronics and Drives.
I obtained my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Lahore University of Management and Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan.
My first research experience was as a research intern at EPFL after being selected at the Summer@EPFL program in Switzerland. Following that I worked on two research publications focusing on power quality and power factor correction at LUMS.
Now I am starting as a PhD candidate at EPFL in the Applied Superconductivity Group on the Fastgrid project.