ProfileDr Muhammad Ateeq joined the School of Internet of Things (IoT) as an Associate Professor. He is also a Director of Education, Research and Development (ERDI) for the School. Before joining XJTLU, he worked as a Project Engineer at the University of Warwick, UK in the area of perception sensors for autonomous vehicles.
In his previous role, he worked as a Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the School of Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), UK. He was responsible for delivering modules from L4-L7 in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Built Environment areas covering Engineering, Technology, Entrepreneurship and Finance, as well as, supervising BSc, MSc and PhD students. While in this role, he also worked for 7+ years as a Team Leader (part-time) at the Library Services of LJMU.
He worked for over 4 years as a Research & Teaching Assistant on a highly competitive EU funded research project, the aim of which was to help businesses to innovate within the application of low carbon technologies.
Since 2014, he worked with a large cluster of industrial partners to research and deliver innovative Engineering and Technology solutions around Industry 4.0 technologies, Industrial Microwave technologies, Sensor technologies and other Electronic and Electrical Engineering related areas.
His research interests cover a range of Engineering and Technology areas such as Industry 4.0 (Industrial Internet of Things, monitoring and control, AR/VR and digital twins), industrial Microwave technologies for sensing (including antenna design) and material processing for renewable energy, sensor technologies, wireless communication technologies, modelling and simulations, renewable energy technologies, GIS and CAFM Systems, rheological and viscosity studies of materials, energy assessment and carbon footprint, pavement mix designs and their mechanical testing.