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E-GAMING - TECTIQS'13
Around 18 teams from different universities participated in the Speed Programming contest. More than 50 students were there to compete for the 1st Prize. C@SE team JIR was declared the winner of the Speed Programming Competition.
RoboSprint 2013
CASE successfully defended its title by winning RoboSprint 2013 Championship
APEC - 2013
CASE - CRG won 1st position by presenting its paper "Implementation of Velocity Control Algorithm on a Swerve based Omnidirectional Robot"
meSatrol
CASE - CRG Commercial Project that Integrates State-of-the-Art Embedded Systems & Intelligent Control Algorithms for Harsh Environments
NUST College of EME & CARE APICTA wins silver merit award in Research & Development for Network Enabled Retinal Image Analysis and Screening System for Grading and Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy.
(Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2012 in Brunei Darussalam)
CARE wins APICTA Silver Merit Award in Communications for High Data Rate Wideband Networking Radio Waveform with Multiple Access for Software Defined Radios. (APICTA)
(Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2012 in Brunei Darussalam)
NUST College of EME & CARE wins P@SHA Gold award in Research & Development for Network Enabled Retinal Image Analysis and Screening System for Grading and Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy.
CARE Sponsors the PASHA awards for year 2012.
SENTEC - 2012
‘Computer Numerical Control’ (CNC) Machine won 2nd position in Projects Competition held at NED University Karachi
EMCOT - 2012
5 - Axis CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Medicine won 2nd position out of 57 projects in EMCOT 2012 held at COMSATS Abbottabad
COMPPEC - 2012
CASE FYPs of Electrical & Computer Engineering Department won 1st position in "Communication Systems" category and 03 distinctions in "Electromechanical Category"
MOBILINK SUPER ENGINEER 2012
It offered the rare opportunity to the students to prove their mettle by attempting real life engineering projects assigned by the Mobilink Technical Team.
The CASE team proved itself by securing 3rd position.
ROBOSPRINT - 2012
National Robotics Competition to Promote Robotics and Friendship
INVENT 2012
"Construct EE" & "Cogweel" scored 1st and 2nd position respectively and won 1.425 Million Ruppees in form of Prize/Financing
CARE/CASE once again basks in glow of victory
APICTA Awards 2011 Pattaya, Thailand
Gold Award for Best in e-Health
A collaborative project of CARE, CASE, AFIC & NUST College of E&ME
Silver Award for Best in e-Communication
‘Cognitive Controller Hub project’
Silver Award for Best in e-Government
‘National Air Space Management System’
Silver Award for Best in Security Applications
‘Unified Security on ICT infrastructure at National level’
NERC 2011
1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Positions
NERC 2010
1st Position and Best Engineering Design Award
NERC 2009
1st, 2nd and Best Engineering Design Awards
Robocon 2011
CASE is Team Pakistan Robocon 2011
Robocon 2010
CASE has beaten India in Robocon 2010
Best in Communication
Best in e-Governance
Best in Research & Development
Best in Security Application
Best Student Project Award
Merit Award for Best in e-Governance
Merit Award for Best in Security Application
Merit Award for Best in Communication
Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, COAS congratulating CASE Team on the remarkable project of "Arrythmia Detection and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Based Tele-Medicine System"
CASE research work on the project "Massively Parallel Fingerprint Recognition System Architecture for Performing Multimillion Matches per Second" brought accolade to CASE by capturing first position in the R&D category at PASHA Pakistan All Software House Association ICT Awards 2010
Unified Lawful Interception system for NGN
and Cyber Space Monitoring
A Comprehensive Voice & Data Monitoring and Analysis platform for NGN Networks and Cyber Space including WLL, 3G, LTE and Fixed Links
CARE 1G and 10G Line Encryptors provide real time Encryption/Decryption with zero packet loss
First Indigenous developed Software
Defined Radio
Developed First Network Centric Command & Control System for Pakistan
Dr Muhammad Shamim Baig

Dr Muhammad Shamim Baig is Director Advanced Studies & Research at CASE. He specializes in Parallel and Distributed Computing Architectures, Algorithms & Networks. He has vast and versatile Academic, Research & Engineering Management experience of more than 30 years. He has published 25 refereed International Conference/ Journal papers and Book chapters.

Educational Qualifications

PhD (Computer Science: Hardware & Systems) George Washington University, USA.
MS (Electronics System Design) Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK.
BE (Avionics Engg) College of Aeronautical Engineering, PAF.
Qualified Lead Auditor, Information Security Management System, British Standards Institute

Work Experience

Dr Shamim has been extensively involved in design and development of Computers/ Networks based systems for 20 years at PAF. His work includes Aircraft Systems (FLIR, L3TV), Training Simulators (aircraft, missile, air defence) and Secure Information & Communication Networks.

As Principle Scientific Officer at Control & Automation Division at A.Q.Khan Labs, he contributed for 05 years in Automation of Processing Plant, ATE for Embedded controllers and Transient recorder for Vibration analysis.

Dr Baig has designed Academic programs and conducted BS/MS/PhD level courses in Computers, Communications and Network Security at GWU USA, CAE PAF and NUST (NIIT, MCS, CEME, CCT&SM). He established Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security at NUST and was founding DG/Dean of the centre for 05 years.

He established advanced research labs for “High Performance Supercomputing” & “Computer Network Security” at CCT&SM, NUST. He was awarded research funding of Rs 25.67M by HEC for “Electronic System Design Automation Centre” at CCT&SM, NUST.

He has been keynote/ invited speaker and advanced Professional Courses Instructor in Information Security, He has also been Chair IEEE Educational Activities.

Email: msbaig@case.edu.pk
Research Interests
His Current Research Interests include Parallel & Distributed Computing, Programmable Digital Communication Systems, Electronic System Design Automation, Cryptography & Network Security.
Research Publications
M.S.Baig & N.A.Alexandridis, “Workload Driven Reconfigurable / Partitionable Computer Architecture,” Sixth National Aeronautical Conference, Karachi, April 24-29, 1993.
M.S.Baig & N.A.Alexandridis, “Fault Tolerance of Reconfigurable / Partitionable MSIMD / MIMD Computer Architecture,” Proceedings of 7th National Aeronautical Conference, Risalpur, March 26-27, 1995, pp. 689-696.
L.A Khan & M.S. Baig, “Reconstructing a Class of Cipher Systems used in Wireless Digital Communications”. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Lahore, Pakistan 11-12 April 2007.
M.Ashraf, M.S Baig, L.A Khan & Ali Hassan, “Parallel Implementation of 2D-DWT by Purging Read After Write Dependency for High Speed Applications”. Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies (ICET 2007), Islamabad, Pakistan, 13-14 Nov, 2007
M.S.Baig, & N.A.Alexandridis, “Partition Control Scheme for Hierarchical MSIMD / MIMD Hypercube Computers,” Proceedings of ISMM International Symposium on Computer Applications in Design, Simulation and Analysis, Las Vegas, March 19-21,1991, pp.269-272.
M.S.Baig, & N.A.Alexandridis, “Resource Allocation and Partition Configuration Algorithms for an Adaptable MSIMD / MIMD Hypercube Computer,” Proceedings of P.D.COM’91, IMACS-IFAC Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing in Engineering Systems, Corfu Greece, June 23-28, 1991.
M.S.Baig, N.A.Alexandridis & T.EI-Ghazawi, “A Highly Reconfigurable Multiple SIMD/MIMD Architecture,” Proceedings of ISMM International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, Washington DC, Oct. 8-11, 1991.
M.S.Baig, T.EI-Ghazawi & N.A.Alexandridis, “Task Scheduling and Performance Analysis of Partitionable MSIMD/MIMD Hypercube Computers,” Proceedings of ISMM International Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, Washington DC, Oct. 8-11, 1991
M.S.Baig, N.A.Alexandridis & T.EI-Ghazawi, “Cost and Performance Analysis of partitionable SIMD/ MIMD Architectures,” Proceeding of ISMM International Conference on Computer Applications in Design, Simulation and Analysis, Orlando, Florida. March 11-13, 1992.
M.S.Baig & N.A.Alexandridis, “Workload-Driven Partitionable MSIMD / MIMD Architecture,” Proceedings of European Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Systems (EWPC’92), Barcelona, Spain, March 23-27, 1992.
M.S.Baig, T.EI-Ghazawi & N.A.Alexandridis, “Mixed-Mode Multicomputers with Load Adaptability,” Proceedings of Parallel Architectures and Languages Europe (PARLE’ 92), Paris, France, June 15-18, 1992, pp. 669-683.
M.S.Baig & N.A.Alexandridis, “An Adaptable Approach for Partitioning MSIMD/MIMD Mesh Computers,” Proceedings of 30th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, Urbana, Sept 1992.
M.S.Baig, T.EI-Ghazawi & N.A.Alexandridis, “Single Processor-Pool MSIMD / MIMD Architectures,” Proceedings of the 4th IEEE Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Processing, Arlington, Texas, December 1-4, 1992, pp. 460-467.
M.S.Baig & N.A.Alexandridis, “An Adaptable Approach for Partitioning MSIMD / MIMD Hypercube Computers,” International Journal of Mini and Microcomputers, March 1993.
M.S Baig, T. El-Ghazawi, & N. A.Alexandridis, “SPP: A Single-Pool Processor MSIMD/MIMD Architecture Model,” Proceeding of PARLE 92, Parallel Architectures & Languages Europe, Paris, France, June 15-18, 1992.
M.S. Baig, T. El-Ghazawi, & N. A. Alexandridis, “Mixed-Mode Multicomputes with Load Adaptability”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Proceedings of the Parallel Architecture & Languages “Parle 92”, Paris, June 1992.
M.S. Baig, “Adaptable Partition Control Scheme for Hierarchical & Reconfigurable MSIMD/MIMD Systems”, Technical Report, School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, George Washington University Washington DC, Dec 1990.
M.S.Baig, “Dynamic Reconfiguration of Partitionable MSIMD/MIMD Parallel Processing Computer Systems,” PhD Thesis, School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, George Washington University, Washington DC, Dec 1991.
Ali Hassan, Shamim Baig “Parallel Implementation of Spread Spectrum Based Oblivious Visual Watermarking Using Efficient DWT”, 6th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science (ACS ’06)Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Dec 16-18, 2006, pp. 473-477.
Ali Hassan, Shamim Baig, “Spread Spectrum Based Blind Watermarking Scheme for Multimedia Applications using Parallel DWT”, WSEAS Transactions on Computers, Issue 4, Volume 6, April 2007, ISSN 1109-2750, pp. 642-649.
L.A Khan & M.S Baig & M. Ashraf, “Exploiting Silence for Ciphertext Only reconstruction of Stream Ciphered Digitized Voice”. The 2007 International Conference on Security and Management (SAM’07), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 25-28 June 2007.
L.A Khan & M.S Baig, “Cryptanalysis of Keystream Reuse in Stream Ciphered Digitized Speech using HMM based ASR Techniques”. International Conference on Computer Science and Applications, San Francisco, USA, 24-26 Oct 2007.
Tariq Saeed, M. S. Baig, Muhammad Tariq "A Function-Parallel Architecture for High-Speed Network Intrusion Detection Systems" Accepted/ not presented in The 2008 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing.
L.A. Khan & M.S Baig, “Automated Cryptanalysis of Plaintext XORs of Waveform Encoded Speech.” IAENG International Journal of Computer Science, Volume 35 Issue 2, May, 2008, pp 234-241.
Muhammad Tariq, M.S. Baig, M. Tariq Saeed, "Associating the Authentication and Connection-Establishment Phases in Passive Authorization Techniques”. International Conference on Information Security and Internet Engineering–World Congress on Engineering, London, UK, July 2008
L.A. Khan & M.S. Baig, “A Server Based ASR Approach to Automated Cryptanalysis of Two Time Pads in Case of Speech.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Assurance and Security (IAS’08), pp 103-107, Naples, Italy, September, 2008 (http://www2.computer.org/portal/web/csdl/doi/10.1109/IAS.2008.14
L. A. Khan & M.S. Baig, “A Hidden Markov Model Based Speech Recognition Approach to Automated Cryptanalysis of Two Time Pads.” Advances in Computational Algorithms and Data Analysis, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering: Springer, Volume 14, pp159-168, Sep 2008. http://www.springerlink.com/content/mn1g511976312253/
L. A. Khan, M. S. Baig & Amr M. Youssef. "Speaker Recognition from Encrypted VoIP Communications." Digital Investigation - an Elsevier Journal, Vol. 7, No.1-2, pp 65-73, October, 2010.
L. A. Khan, F. Iqbal, M. S. Baig. "Speaker Verification from Partially Encrypted Compressed Speech for Forensic Investigation." Digital Investigation - an Elsevier Journal, Vol. 7, No.1-2, pp 74-80, October, 2010.
L. A. Khan, M. S. Baig & Ali Hassan. “Cryptanalysis of Two Time Pads in Case of Compressed Speech.” Computers and Electrical Engineering - an Elsevier Journal, Vol. 37, issue 4, pp 559-569, July, 2011.
 

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