Dr. Muhammad Asad Arfeen


Assistant Professor

Asad Arfeen
  • PhD (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand)
  • M.Engg (Computer Systems)
  • BE (Computer Systems)
  • HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

  • arfeen@neduet.edu.pk



Dr. Asad Arfeen is working as an Assistant Professor in the department

Teaching Experience

He has taught the following courses :

  • PhD Courses:
  • Network Traffic Modelling & Analysis
  • Cloud Security
  • M.Engg Courses:
  • Routing & Switching
  • Design & Analysis of Computer Communication Networks
  • Digital Communication Theory
  • Undergraduate Courses:
  • Internet Computing
  • Computer Communication Networks
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Communication Systems

Research Interests/Activities

His major areas of interest are:

  • Queuing Networks
  • Online Performance Evaluation of Telecom networks
  • Rare event simulation

Awards & Honors

    Planet Lab New Zealand award to attend following conferences:

  • PlanetLab New Zealand research scholarship

  • International Teletraffic Congress (ITC 2013) and Australasian Telecommunication Applications and Network Conference (ATNAC 2012) travel award

  • TridentCOM 2010 at Berlin, Germany

  • Workshop on Stochastic Processes in Communication Networks for Young Researchers at Edinburgh UK.

  • University of Canterbury, College of Engineering travel award for 35th COMPSAC conference, Munich, Germany.

  • G B Battersby Trimble award 2009,2011,2012

    Publications

  • Muhammad Asad Arfeen, Krzysztof Pawlikowski, Don McNickle, Andreas Willig, “Internet Traffic Modeling : From Superposition to Scaling”, IET Networks, volume 3, Special Issue on Teletraffic Engineering in Communications Systems,2014

  • The Role of the Weibull Distribution in Internet Traffic Modeling", M. Asad Arfeen, K. Pawlikowski, A. Willig, D. McNickle , published at 25th International Teletraffic Congress (ITC) 2013, Shanghai, China. Travel grant awarded by International AdvisoryCommittee (IAC) of International Teletraffic Congress

  • Scaling Analysis of the Internet Traffic Structural Dynamics", M. Asad Arfeen, K. Pawlikowski, A. Willig, D. McNickle , published at Australasian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (ATNAC) 2013, Christchurch New Zealand

  • "Towards a Combined Traffic Modeling Framework for Access and Core Networks", M. Asad Arfeen, K. Pawlikowski, A. Willig, D. McNickle , published at Australasian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (ATNAC) 2012, Brisbane Australia.

  • A Framework for Resource Allocation Strategies in Cloud Computing Environment”, published in workshop proceedings of 35th COMPSAC (Computer Software and Applications Conference) at Munich, Germany (18-22 July 2011)