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HAFIZ MUHAMMAD NABEEL

EMAIL: hafiz_nabeel91@hotmail.com
WEBSITE: www.hmnabeel.weebly.com
LINKEDIN PROFILE: http:// http://www.linkedin.com/in/hafizmuhammadnabeel

CAREER OBJECTIVE
To learn and serve in a professionally challenging environment in a manner that positively benefits the
researchs objectives and enhances my skills in the field of Control and Robotics.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

Master Of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering


Korea University of Technology and Education (South Korea)
(CGPA: 4.40 out of 4.5 till 3rd semester)
Bachelor Of Engineering in Electronic Engineering
NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi
CGPA: 3.7 out of 4, A-Grade (78%)

[2013-present]

[2009-2012]

Higher Secondary School Certificate (H.S.C)


D.J Government Science College
A1-Garde (82%)

[2006-2008]

Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C)


St. Lawrence Grammar School
A1-Garde (83%)

[2003-2005]

PUBLICATIONS
1. Muhammad Nabeel, JaeJun Lee, Usman Mehmood, Aghil Jafari and Jee-Hwan~Ryu,
Increasing the Impedance Range of Admittance-Type Haptic Interfaces by Using Time Domain
Passivity Approach, IROS2015, accepted
2. Aghil Jafari, Muhammad Nabeel and Jee-Hwan Ryu, Stable Bilateral Teleoperation with Inputto-State Stable Approach, IROS2015, accepted
3. Muhammad Nabeel, Aghil Jafari and~Jee-Hwan Ryu, Network Formulation and Stability
Improvement of a Bilateral Teleoperation System with Admittance-type Master Interfaces,
AIM2015, accepted
4. Aghil Jafari, Muhammad Nabeel, Jee-Hwan Ryu, Multi Degree-of-Freedom Input-to-State
Stable Approach for Stable Haptic Interaction, IEEE Conference, World Haptics, Chicago, June
2015, accepted
5. Hafiz M.Nabeel, Anum Azher, Dr.Syed M.Usman Ali Shah, Abdul Wahab Mughal. Designing,
Fabrication and Controlling of Multipurpose 3-DOF Robotic Arm. 1st International Conference
on Sensing For Industry, Control, Communications, & Security Technologies

EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant at KOREATECH


As Trainee Engineer at KESC (PID-SCADA)
As Research Assistant at KOSHISH FOUNDATION

September, 2013 to present


8th April, 2013 to August, 2013
20th Jan, 2013 to 7th April, 2013

RESEARCH PROJECTS (Masters)

Designing a portable and high performance cutaneous display


Input-to-State Stable Approach a less conservative criteria compared to passivity criteria to
ensure the stability of Haptic Rendering

Input-to-State Stable Approach a less conservative criteria compared to passivity criteria to


ensure the stability of Bilateral Tele-operation under time delay

Comparison study among Input-to-State Stable Approach, Time Domain Passivity


Approach, Energy Bounding Approach and Wave Variable Approach in bilateral
teleoperation under time delay

Comparison study among Input-to-State Stable Approach, Time Domain Passivity


Approach and Energy Bounding Approach for haptic rendering

Implementation of Time Domain Passivity Controller on Four-Channel Architecture in


Bilateral Tele-operation under time delay

Bilateral and Trilateral Tele-operation under time delay using Time Domain Passivity
Approach(TDPA)

Effect of Haptic and Visual Feedback in Bilateral Tele-operation Under Time Delay

Developed a control algorithms for Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS) to reduce the mental
hard work of the surgeons and to make the system more intuitive.

PROJECTS (Undergraduate)

Senior Design Project: EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) for GY6 type Engine as FYP (ICT R)
NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi
Project's Aim: To reduce fuel consumption and to control over emission of harmful gases.

Other Projects:

Participated in FORMULA STUDENT SPAIN 2012


Design and Manufactured a 3DOF Robotic Arm
Animal Power Generation (Got 1st Position)

Electronic Wheelchair (Got 1st Position)

HONORS AND PARTICIPATIONS

Got Scholarship from Korea University of Technology and Education (South Korea)

Won 1st prize in Engineering Competition at Pakistan Auto Show 2013

Got ICT R&D fund for FYP (Final Year Project)

Four years scholarship during bachelors in engineering at NED University of Eng. & Tech.
Participated and won 1st prize in NSRI Koshish Foundation for the project Electronic
Wheelchair 2011 and "Animal Power Generation" 2012
Participation certificate in NERC 2010 and 2011, PROCOM 2010, SENTEC 2011, SPEC 2009 and
2010

SKILLS AND ABILITIES


Technical:
Micro C-pro (medium), Proteus (medium), MATLAB (medium), LABVIEW (medium), C-language
(medium), Microcontrollers (PIC, AVR and 8051) (medium), SOLIDWORKS(3D software)
(medium), C++, Ethercat Communication
Soft:

Leadership qualities and organizational skills


Ability to meet deadlines

Sample Email # 1
Subject: Interested in pursuing graduate research in teleoperation
and HRI
Dear Prof. XYZ,
I have recently finished a 4-year Bachelor's degree in Electronic
Engineering. During my BEng degree I worked on a number of robotic
projects, including a tele-operated 3-DOF robotic arm for
automobile part painting (funded by industry) and also have a
research paper on this project. I have also designed an object
placing and color detection mobile robot and an electronic
wheelchair (funded by a local welfare foundation) alongside a few
other projects.
I reached your lab's page, while going through the best engineering
university KAIST's website. I have read your publications; how you
used touch pattern recognition technique for human robot
interaction and also read your paper on awareness of surgical
procedure to make the surgical robots work like human assistant. I
have developed an appreciation for the various research questions
and design issues that encompass robot design. Along the way, I had
to learn by myself a number of new tools such as Finite Element
Analysis (FEA) of mechanical designs, calculations of torque of
motors to actuate joints of the arm, forward and inverse
kinematics, and SolidWorks for CAD/CAM; and I would love to get a
proper graduate level instruction in these techniques under your
supervision. Apart from my interest in designing robotic arms (and
the inverse in some sense i.e. doing haptics), I would also be very
interested in researching how such robots interact with humans in
cooperative scenarios. For example, one project that is in my mind
is to use such a high-DOF robotic arm to play a cooperative game
using Lego bricks with a human (step-by-step) completely
autonomously, or use such a hand in building small objects using
tools such as screw drivers (human assists in task which the robot
cannot handle and so on).
I am very interested in pursuing an MS leading to PhD, under your
supervision. Can you please tell me if there are any open
scholarships available for the same?

Detailed information about my projects including an up-to-date CV


is available at the following:
http://hmnabeel.weebly.com/
Best Regards,
Nabeel

Sample Email # 2

Dear Prof. XYZ,


I have recently finished a 4-year Bachelor's degree in Electronic
Engineering. During my BEng degree I worked on a number of robotic
projects, including a tele-operated 3-DOF robotic arm for
automobile part painting (funded by industry) and also have a
research paper on this project. I have also designed an object
placing and color detection mobile robot and an electronic
wheelchair (funded by a local welfare foundation) alongside a few
other projects.
I came across your webpage, because I had read your paper "Stable
Teleoperation With Time-Domain Passivity Control" in IEEE Trans. on
Robotics and Automation (2004) as an open-assignment for my
Bachelor's coursework in control systems (namely "Amplifiers and
Oscillators" and later "Linear Control Systems"). I am very
interested in the work you are doing in control system design to
regularize haptic input for tele-operation, specially w.r.t. its
applications in tele-surgery.
I am very interested in pursuing an MS leading to PhD specializing
in control aspects of robot design, under your supervision. Can you
please tell me if there are any open scholarships available for the
same? Detailed information about my projects including an up-todate CV is available at the following:
http://hmnabeel.weebly.com/
Best Regards, Nabeel