Dr. Peer Azmat Shah specialized in Computer Networks specially design, implementation, and operation of Future Internet and mobility management for next generation networks and deeply involved in the research and policies surrounding the Internet. He is Assistant Professor in Computer Science Department at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Attock Pakistan since September 2014. He is also leading the Internet, Communications and NETworks (ICNet) research lab at COMSATS.
Earlier, Dr. Shah worked as a visiting Post-doctorate researcher in 2015 at Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science, University of Texas at Dallas, TX, USA where he worked on Future Internet project. He completed his Doctorate (PhD) degree in Mobile & Wireless Networks from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia in 2014 focusing on seamless distributed mobility management in IP networks. During his PhD at UTP, he was involved in many industry-academia R&D projects funded by the Govt. of Malaysia and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In these projects, he worked as a Team Lead and the team successfully completed the projects in allocated time.
Immediately prior to joining PhD, Dr. Shah was involved in R&D activities as Research Engineer at Center of Research in Networks & Telecom (CoReNeT). There, he was responsible for design and development efforts toward the design, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of End-to-End Mobility management Framework (EMF), an industry-academia project funded by the ICT R&D Fund Pakistan. He has also worked as a Lecturer in Department of Computer Science at COMSATS Institute of IT (2010-2011), Mohammad Ali Jinnah University (2009-2010), Allama Iqbal Open University (2004-2005)and at Islamabad Model College (2005-2010), Pakistan for more than 7 years from 2004 to 2011.
Dr. Shah was honored by the Internet Society (ISOC), USA in the Next Generation Leadership (NGL) program to participate in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meetings IETF82 (Taipei, Taiwan, November 2011), IETF85 (Atlanta, Georgia USA, November 2012) and IETF88 (Vancouver, BC Canada, November 2013).
His research interest include: Future Internet, Software Defined Networks, Content Centric Networking, Internet of Things, Mobility management in heterogeneous networks, Seamless handover, Bandwidth aggregation and Performance modeling & optimization of protocols and algorithms.
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