# Laboratory for Cyber Physical Networks and Systems (CyPhyNets)

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One of our main focus is the development of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) for welfare and infrastructure development in the context of Pakistan and the third world. Our motto is [[Basic research for basic problems]]!. + |} + {|cellspacing=5 cellpadding=5 border=0 width=100% + {{IconLink|People|People|peopleicon.png|Faculty, staff and students}} + {{IconLink|Research|Research|researchicon.png|Research themes and projects}} + |- + {{IconLink|Publications|Publications|publicationsicon.png|Preprints and bibliography}} + {{IconLink|Teaching|Teaching|teachingicon.png|Courses, labs and curriculum development}} + |- + {{IconLink|Openings|Openings|openingsicon.png|Internships, assistantships and other openings for students and staff}} + {{IconLink|Links|Links|linksicon.png|Links to our sister research groups and collaborators}} + |- + {{IconLink|Lab|Lab|Labicon.png|Facilities, robots, instruments}} + {{IconLink|Media|Media|mediaicon.png|Media, outreach and fun}} + |- + |} + {| cellspacing=5 cellpadding=5 border=0 width=100% + |- style="background:#e0e0ff; color:black; font-size:16px; -moz-border-radius:8px;" + ! width="33%" | Feature Pages !! News / Announcements + |- + |valign=top| - School of Science & Engineering, [http://sse.lums.edu.pk SSE] + * CYPHYNETS Research philosophy + * Robot motion planning + * Smart management of irrigation networks + * Making a low-cost real-time PCR machine for Hepatitis detection + * Quantum information theory + * Graduate student Mhequb Hayat's profile + * Former member, Hassan Mohy-ud-Din's profile + | + * Paper on quantum information theory has been accepted at the Journal of Mathematical Physics. (Dec 2009) + * EE-241 student project exhibition will be held on Dec 16, 2009. + * First supervised work at CYPHYNETS on robotic motion planning has been accepted to ACM SAC 2010. + * CYPHYNETS website is launched. (Jan, 2010) + * Lab Engineer, [[Suleman Qazi]] wins Fulbright scholarship! + * Lab Engineer, Ishtiaq Maqsood moves to MASDAR Institute, UAE. + * Development Engineer, [[Hassan Mohy-ud-Din]] moves to Johns Hopkins for graduate studies. + * Reading group on information theory. (Aug, 2009) + * Research assistant, Shehzad Bhatti, moves to UIUC for graduate studies. + * Laboratory for Cyber Physical Networks and Systems (CYPHYNETS) has been established at LUMS SSE. (May 2009) + * Reading group meets weekly to discuss feedback control systems. (Spring, Summer 2009) + * [[Openings]] for research assistants, lab engineers, graduate students. (Dec 2008) + * Dr [[Abubakr Muhammad]] has moved to LUMS School of Science & Engineering. (Nov 2008) + |} - Lahore University of Management Sciences [http://www.lums.edu.pk LUMS] - Lahore, Pakistan + ---- - + - = Group Members = + - + - === Faculty === + - * [[Abubakr Muhammad]]. Group Lead, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering + - + - === Postdoctoral researchers === + - Positions open. + - + - === Staff === + - + - * [[Hassan Mohy-ud-Din]], Development Engineer + - * [[Ishtiaq Maqsood]], Laboratory Engineer + - * [[Suleman Sami Qazi]], Laboratory Engineer + - * [[Abdul Rehman Javed]], Research Assistant + - + - === Affiliates === + - * Muhammad Ali, Consultant Engineer + - * Zubair Khalid, Research Assistant + - + - === Students === + - * Zahaib Akhtar, CmpE Senior + - * Muhammad Ali Ahmed, CmpE Junior + - * Muhammad Ammar Hassan, SSE freshman + - + - === Former Members === + - * Shahzad Bhatti, Lecturer in Mathematics, COMSATS Institute of Technology, Islamabad + - + - = Research = + - + - * [[Complex networked systems]] to enable the deployment of very-large scale uniquitous instances of sensor networks, robotic swarms and mobile networking + - * [[Rapid information discovery]] in massive high-dimensional data sets in robotics, networks and other areas using geometrical and topological methods + - * Quantum information theory and quantum control for understanding the [[physics of information]] + - + - + - + - = Teaching = + - + - === Formal Courses === + - * [http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~abubakar/comp208_w08.htm COMP-208]. Computers for engineers [McGill. Winter 2008] + - * [[Phy-102]]. Electricity and magnetism [LUMS. Autumn 2009] + - * [[CS-683]]. Information theory [LUMS. Winter 2009] + - * [[BIO-103]]. Freshman biology (Module on systems biology) [LUMS. Winter 2009] + - + - === Reading Groups === + - + - * [http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~abubakar/comptop_w08.htm Computational topology in science & engineering] [McGill. Winter 2009] + - * [[Feedback control systems]] [LUMS. Winter, Summer 2009] + - * [[Advanced topics in information theory]] [LUMS. Summer 2009] + - + - + - $x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}$ + - I repeat the formula above with a slight change and it does not show. + {| cellspacing=5 cellpadding=5 border=0 width=100% - $x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2*4acxv}}{2a}$ + |- - I repeat the formula above with a slight change and it does not show. + |halign=middle| - $x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2+4acxv}}{2a}$ + {|cellspacing=5 cellpadding=5 border=0 width=100% - I repeat the formula above with a slight change and it does not show. + [[Image:CyPhyNets Logo.png|150px|CYPHYNETS]] [[Image:SSE Logo.png|70px|SSE]][[Image:LUMS Logo.png|70px|LUMS]][[Image:Pakistan flag.png|70px|PAKISTAN]] - $x=\frac{+b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4acxv}}{2a}$ + |}

## Current revision

CYPHYNETS: Laboratory for Cyber Physical Networks and Systems

Welcome to the research group of Dr Abubakr Muhammad. CYPHYNETS is based at the LUMS School of Science & Engineering SSE. We do research in systems engineering, applied mathematics and applied physics. We do both fundamental and applied research in complex systems, computational geometry & topology, quantum information sciences, robotics, networked sensing and feedback control theory. One of our main focus is the development of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) for welfare and infrastructure development in the context of Pakistan and the third world. Our motto is Basic research for basic problems!.

 PeopleFaculty, staff and students ResearchResearch themes and projects PublicationsPreprints and bibliography TeachingCourses, labs and curriculum development OpeningsInternships, assistantships and other openings for students and staff LinksLinks to our sister research groups and collaborators LabFacilities, robots, instruments MediaMedia, outreach and fun
Feature Pages News / Announcements
• CYPHYNETS Research philosophy
• Robot motion planning
• Smart management of irrigation networks
• Making a low-cost real-time PCR machine for Hepatitis detection
• Quantum information theory
• Graduate student Mhequb Hayat's profile
• Former member, Hassan Mohy-ud-Din's profile
• Paper on quantum information theory has been accepted at the Journal of Mathematical Physics. (Dec 2009)
• EE-241 student project exhibition will be held on Dec 16, 2009.
• First supervised work at CYPHYNETS on robotic motion planning has been accepted to ACM SAC 2010.
• CYPHYNETS website is launched. (Jan, 2010)
• Lab Engineer, Suleman Qazi wins Fulbright scholarship!
• Lab Engineer, Ishtiaq Maqsood moves to MASDAR Institute, UAE.
• Development Engineer, Hassan Mohy-ud-Din moves to Johns Hopkins for graduate studies.
• Reading group on information theory. (Aug, 2009)