Department of Electrical Engineering

Testimonials from Distinguished Alumni

Muhammad Saim Azad
Fullbright PhD Scholar, Ohio State University, USA

Muhammad Saim graduated from ECE department of SS-CASE-IT Islamabad, in 2012.

“I can very soundly say that with the help of skill set I gained at ECE department, it helped me excel in my career by leaps and bounds.

I have worked in industry as a Design Engineer at a reputable research organization RWR Pvt Ltd and as a Lecturer at Bahria University Islamabad. Currently I’m doing my Ph.D. from Ohio State University, USA in Electrical and Computer Engineering on a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Much of the credit of my achievements goes to ECE department and its distinguished faculty.”

Rameez Ilyas Qureshi
Telecommunications Specialist, Cyber Security Consultant, Sandvine, Canada

Rameez Ilyas Qureshi graduated from ECE department of SS-CASE-IT Islamabad, in 2009.

Rameez has worked with many national & international organizations during the last 10 years. He is currently employed at Sandvine Canada as a Cybersecurity Consultant.Rameez completed his post-graduation from FH-Kärnten, Austria in the field of Communications Engineering. He holds many industrial certifications in the field of Networks, Operating Systems, Next Generation firewalls, AWS, ethical hacking, VoIP, and penetration testing.

“I have always been proud of my journey and CASE was the first chapter of this journey. At the start, it confused me, but after 10 years in the industry I am very happy with my decision to join CASE. It enabled me to achieve many accomplishments in my career including the prestigious Engineers Australia – Professional Engineer “Telecommunications Specialist -263312”

Zubair Rafique
PhD Computer & Network Security, Belgium

Zubair Rafique graduated with faculty honors from ECE department of SS-CASE-IT Islamabad, in 2008.

He pursued his PhD studies in Computer and Network Security from KU Leuven, Belgium with a fully funded scholarship. His research interest lies in cybercrime metering, behavioural malware analysis, digital piracy, and VoIP security.

“The knowledge, skills and mentorship I received under the ECE Dept., SS-CASE-IT has led me to an incredible journey of research and development. I am deeply thankful to SS-CASE-IT for the financial help and adequate mentoring throughout my years in the university”

Atif Javed

Atif Javed graduated from ECE department of SS-CASE-IT Islamabad, in 2017.

Currently he’s pursuing Masters from Germany’s top ranked university, Technical University Munich under fully funded scholarship program.

“SS-CASE-IT is one of the best university that give you deep insight toward practical part along with theory. I had a splendid experience as a student of the ECE Department. All our teachers are extremely knowledgeable, and they’re always eager to help us in our times of need.

Industry involvement in my Final Year Project (FYP) is one of the great sources that helped me throughout my career. My FYP was supervised by researchers from CARE in collaboration with CASE that helped me get into research positions in organizations like NRTC, RWR prior to going abroad for postgraduate studies”

Muhammad Adeel
Entrepreneur, Technology Consultant

Muhammad Adeel graduated from ECE department of SS-CASE-IT Islamabad, in 2011.

He pursued his post graduate studies from Information Technology (Embedded Systems) from University of Stuttgart, Germany Batch 2012.

He has served in BOSCH, Germany from 2013 till 2016 and developed BOSCH innovation and marketing portals. He also served in home institute CASE as faculty member and led students' team to win world second largest underwater autonomous vehicle challenge in which teams from various countries including USA, China, Singapore, India, and Russia.

Currently, he is serving as Principal consultant at Islamabad International Airport for deployment of Pakistan first ever Integrated Airport Operations Control Center& Crisis Control Center (AOCC / CCC), Airport Management Administration network and Permanent Test Training Facility. He is also a cofounder of Technology Spirits, a renown start-up of CASE students, that now has grown into a big company.

“The collaborative and creative environment with close interaction between faculty and students fostered at the CASE made it a great place to do Electrical (Computer Engineering). The department advisors and strong faculty there at CASE who helped me tailor my study plan and projects according to what I wanted to achieve professionally.

The biggest advantage of EE department has been the exposure to industry partners such as CARE and participation in national / international competitions which injected confidence and paved paths for my success. I have much respect and gratitude for this remarkable program and institute.”