Department Of Avionics Engineering

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The word avionics is a combination of aviation and electronics. In recent years, the aircraft industry has experienced an exponential increase in the application of digital communications, controls and navigation systems. On-board computers now control vital flight functions of large aerial vehicles from takeoff to automatically controlled landings while on-board sensors observe physical phenomena as diverse as weather, ground vehicles, crop densities and other aerial targets. The field of avionics is thus multi-disciplinary and challenging. The Avionics Engineering Department of IAA offers MS and PhD degrees in Avionics Engineering and MS in Information Security. The program offered provides an opportunity of pursuing a rigorous course of studies reflecting the challenges of today's high-tech electronics and aviation industry. The students are allowed to select courses from a variety of specializations which are covered in depth and which probe the frontiers of engineering and scientific knowledge. Special-study courses are available to explore emerging technologies and their applications for solving problems. Advanced concepts and applications are emphasized throughout the program and the thesis research. The aim is to provide the required knowledge and substantial depth so that the alumni can continue to pursue lifelong multidisciplinary learning as professional engineers.

  • Professional Engineers
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    Ammar Saleem

    “The experience I had in Avionics Engg Deptt, AU provided me with a strong foundation and opened up many opportunities for my career ahead. As a result of technical knowledge I gained through coursework and research I felt well prepared to face challenges in professional life.”

    Faculty Member at CAE (NUST)
    MS-AvE-F11
    (Currently pursuing PhD at Turkey)
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    Bilal Khan

    “Satisfaction is what I got from Avionics Engineering Department. The department helped me to broaden my horizon and expose my talent.”

    MS-IS-F17
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    Salman Liaquat

    “Avionics Engg Deptt has provided me chances to fully explore my potential and boost my skills. The faculty is highly qualified and co-operative. State-of-the-art labs are available for research. It is my pride, privilege and pleasure to be a student of Avionics Engg Deptt.”

    MS-AvE-S17
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    Imran Aziz

    “The faculty, staff and students of the department of Avionics Engg altogether make the department vibrant and conducive to learning and research. An exclusive aspect of the department is that represents the impartial merge of both theoretical and practical knowledge.”

    Faculty Member at CAE (NUST)
    MS-AvE-F15
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    Sohaib Fakhar

    “It’s been a steep learning curve for me at Avionics Engg Deptt. Today, after a year at the department, I find myself way tuned to engineering and research with an inquisitive and analytical approach. And I still find a lot more ice to break!”

    MS-AvE-S17
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    Mobeen ur Rehman

    “I am very proud to be a part of Avionics Engg Deptt, AU. It’s a place where you can explore and polish your abilities to meet the challenges of the modern world.”

    MS-AvE-F17
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    Salman Akhtar

    “The student teacher interaction is worth praising. This department taught me a lot and overall groomed my personality.”

    MS-AvE-S16
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    Atif Shahzad

    “The best aspect of Avionics Engineering Department, in my opinion, is its efforts for Industry-academia linkage which is rarely seen in any other university or department in Pakistan. The research thesis on which I worked was funded by Industry.”

    Faculty Member at CAE (NUST)
    MS-AvE-F15
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    Zohaib Zafar

    “In a very short time at the department, I developed the ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems and the ability to conduct investigation into complex problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.”

    MS-AvE-S17