Laboratory for Cyber Physical Networks and Systems (CyPhyNets)


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CyPhyNets: Laboratory for Cyber Physical Networks and Systems.

School of Science & Engineering, SSE

Lahore University of Management Sciences LUMS

Lahore, Pakistan

This website is under construction.


Group Members


Postdoctoral researchers

Positions open.



  • Muhammad Ali, Consultant Engineer
  • Zubair Khalid, Research Assistant


  • 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

Web developers

  • Mohammad Adil, SSE freshman


  • 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


Formal Courses

  • 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]
  • Introductory Electronics Lab, [LUMS. Fall 2009]

Reading Groups

These work ..... \frac{1}{2}

\int dx


\phi_n(\kappa) =
 \frac{1}{4\pi^2\kappa^2} \int_0^\infty
 \frac{\sin(\kappa R)}{\kappa R}
 \frac{\partial}{\partial R}
 \left[R^2\frac{\partial D_n(R)}{\partial R}\right]\,dR

But these very similar ones do not. I think the above ones were already compiled during testing. \frac{5}{6}


\int dy

\dfrac{k}{k-1} = 0.5 \qquad \dfrac{2}{c + \dfrac{2}{d + \dfrac{1}{2}}} = a

\phi_n(\kappa) = 

\phi_n(\kappa) = 

 f(x) =
 1 & -1 \le x < 0 \\
 \frac{1}{2} & x = 0 \\
 1 - x^2 & \mbox{otherwise}

 \frac {a}{b}\  \tfrac {a}{b}

 = \sum_{n=0}^\infty
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