Najmul Hassan
  

Profile:

I completed my MS/M.Phil in IT from School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) in 2009. I then joined IP Tech Center of Excellence and worked as a Research Associate. During my stay at IP Tech COE, I worked on network resource optimization and traffic engineering/ rerouting in Multi-class MPLS networks. 

I have completed my MIT degree from Gomal University, in 2005.

Education:

  MS in IT (MSIT/M.Phil), Network Technologies Track,            First Division

  NUST School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 2009.

 

  Master in Information Technology (MIT)                              First Division        

  Gomal University. 2005

 

  Bachelor of Science in Computer Science                            First Division

  University of Peshawar. 2002

 

  Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC)                        First Division

  BISE Peshawar. 2000

 

  Secondary School Certificate (SSC)                                   First Division

  BISE Peshawar. 1998

 

 Research Interest
  Routing and traffic engineering in MPLS Networks
   Programming using Java, C and C++
       Next Generation Network
  Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs)
   Wireless Sensor Networks

 

Certifications/Trainings:

 

 CCNA (Cisco certified Network Associate)

 Cisco ID CSCO11249025

MCTS certified from Microsoft

MCSA certified from Microsoft

MCITP certified from Microsoft

Microsoft Certification ID: 8979314

    Course work & Training–Wireless Networking   

                          

Publications:  

  • Najmul Hassan, Adeel Baig, Junaid Qadir, Madeeha Owais “Priority-based Allocation of Network  Resource in Multi-class MPLS Networks” ACM International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (ACM FIT 09)  pp. 523, December 2009.
  • Najmul Hassan, Adeel Baig, Junaid Qadir “Recovery and Bandwidth Sharing techniques in MPLS Networks” IEEE International conference on High Capacity Optical Network and Enabling Technologies (HONET) pp 193 ‐ ,December 2011
  • Najmul Hassan, Adeel Baig “Towards Accepting Maximum number of Connection Requests  in MPLS Networks" Under Submission.