Imran Sheikh

Experienced University Teacher for Electrical and Computer Engineering
Male, 38 Years|LEICESTER - LE5 5JR, United Kingdom

Member since: Nov 11, 2011

Last active on: Sep 20, 2013 at 07:57 AM (EST)

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About Imran Sheikh

I am a PhD from the University of Leicester in the field of Control engineering(Embedded Systems and programming) i did my MS and B.E. in Computer Networks and Communication Engineering respectively.

Currently i am lecturing at University of Leicester for the subject of Microprocessor and Programming Embedded Systems. I had been a demonstrator at Leicester University for embedded systems.
I had been teaching Mathematics, Computers/Telecommunication subjects at the Top Pakistani Engineering institutes. In total i have 8 year experience in Teaching at Undergrad and Postgraduate Level.

Teaching Preferences

Online Teaching

One-on-One at $20-30 per hour

Group Teaching at $10-20 per hour

In Person Teaching

One-on-One at $20-30 per hour

Group Teaching at $10-20 per hour

Teaches following Subjects/Exams
Electrical and Computer Engineering (Bachelor of Science: Electrical Engineering)
Language of Instruction: English
Electronics, Networks, Digital Communication, Signal processing, Programming C, Embedded Systems, AVR ARM 8051, Enggineering Maths, FPGA's, Matlab.
Teaching Experience

Visiting Lecturer

University of Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom

Jan 2010 - Jul 2012

Microprocessor Design and Assembly programming, Programming Reliable Embedded Systems, Using FPGA's Embedded Systems, Condition monitoring and Control.


Teaching Undergraduate and Master's studens. These courses are extensively Lab based, i designed and evaluated the course and class work.

Lecturer

NWFP University of Engineering and technology, Pakistan

Mar 2002 - Dec 2006

Computer Networks, Advanced Digital Design, Electronics, Signal processing, Microcontroller programming


Taught at Undergraduate Level

Professional Experience
Senior Systems Engineer
TTE Systems Ltd, United Kingdom
Apr 2010 - Jul 2012

I am currently working as a Senior Systems Engineer with TTE systems limited, working on the Soft-core integration of an indigenous Time Triggered Processor and Field Bus protocols for Embedded system design.

Education

P.hD

University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Jan 2007 - Apr 2011


P.hD in Embedded Systems with emphasis on Real-time communication protocols.

M.Sc Computer Engineering

University of Engineering and Technology Taxxila, Pakistan

Jan 2002 - Feb 2004


Specialized in Computer Networks and Digital Communications

B. Electrical Engineering

University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, Pakistan

Mar 1996 - Dec 2000


Specialized in Communications and Microprocessor Design

Professional Exams & Certifications

CCNP

Cisco, Pakistan

Year Of Passing: 2002


Have done routing and switching track

CCNA

Cisco, Pakistan

Year Of Passing: 2001

Associations & Membership
IEEE
United Kingdom
Jan 2005 - Dec 2011

Memeber of IEEE IES

Publications and Research
Employing Integrated Logic Analysers and Virtual I/Os to Verify Soft Core Protocol Implementations
Imran Sheikh and M. Short

Novel Technique to conduct Conformance Testing on CAN

Conformance Testing Of Soft-Core CAN Controllers: A Low-Cost and Practical Approach
Imran Sheikh and M. Short

Published in Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 85,Part 2, pp. 129-141. This is a Novel method for CAN Conformance Testing

Timely recovery from task failures in non-preemptive, deadline-driven schedulers
M.Short and Imran Sheikh

Published at IEEE ICESS 2010 conference, Bradford, UK. This paper presents a simple Overrun Detection and Recovery Mechanism (ODRM) that may help to alleviate single tasking issues in npEDF, by detecting task failures in such a fashion that subsequent task deadlines are not missed in a `domino-style' manner.

Improving Information Throughput and Transmission Predictability in Controller Area Networks
Imran Sheikh, M. Short and M.Hanif

Paper published at IEEE ISIE 2010 in BAri Italy. his paper will describe a modified CAN-like protocol controller that allows for larger payloads, coupled with modifications to the bit-stuffing and message transmission mechanisms to increase predictability.

Bandwidth-Efficient Burst Error Tolerance in TDMA-based CAN Networks
M.Short, Imran Sheikh and A. Rizvi

This paper has been awarded with James Hung best paper award at IEEE ETFA 2011.http://www.iestcfa.org/newsetfa08.htm Abstract This paper employs a simple Markov model to describe burst error behaviors in a CAN network.

Analysis of Overclocked Controller Area Network
Imran Sheikh, M. Short and K.M. Yahya

Published in IEEE INSS 2010. The paper then presents an analysis of Overclocked CAN as to its expected performance in realtime applications.

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