M. Tariq Iqbal
B.Sc. (Lahore), M.Sc. (Quaid-e-Azam), PhD (Imperial College), P.Eng.
Following completion of an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, I attended Quaid-e-Azam University in Islamabad where I completed a M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering. Later I attended Imperial College London in England where I completed a PhD in Electrical Engineering (Wind Energy Conversion Systems). Subsequently, I held teaching and research positions at Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Science (PIEAS), Islamic International Engineering College (IIEC), Rawalpindi and Memorial University of Newfoundland. These appointments included Senior Engineer at PIEAS, Associate Professor at IIEC and Assistant Professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
My teaching activities cover a range of electrical engineering topics including microprocessors, control systems, filter synthesis and power electronics. I also teach graduate courses in the area of control systems and renewable energy systems.
Currently, my research focuses on modeling and control of hybrid energy systems with interests in the areas of design of control systems and comparison of control strategies of hybrid energy systems.