B.S. Mechanical Engineering
Taha graduated from HITEC University Taxila with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. During his studies, he worked on several research projects related to Mechanics of Materials, Machine Design, Heat and Mass Transfer, and Robotics. After graduating, Taha worked as a Research Executive for 2 years at an IT company (Immentia). He has also worked as a freelance content creator at Lancerhop. In the meantime, Taha did his NEBOSH IGC certification and expanded his career opportunities.
He enjoys reading books and playing cricket and table tennis in his spare time. His other interests include studying philosophy and history and learning other languages.
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In an article published in the journal Remote Sensing, researchers proposed a deep-separation-guided progressive reconstruction network that achieves accurate remote sensing image (RSI) segmentation.
In an article published in the journal Foods, researchers tested a CNN algorithm to assess its potential for olive classification for industrial purposes.
In an article published in the journal Applied Sciences, researchers designed a long wavelength infrared imaging optical system with a large relative aperture.
In an article published in the journal Aerospace, researchers achieved real-time monitoring of strains and structural displacements for the target Joined-Wing aircraft via Fiber Optic Sensing System (FOSS).
In an article published in the journal Polymers, researchers assessed the effect of carbon nanotube (CNT)-modified surfaces in cyanobacterial biofilm development over a long-term assay under controlled hydrodynamic conditions.
In an article published in the journal Molecules, researchers studied the Polaroid emulsion transfer in Paolo Gioli's artworks to provide preliminary information about the materials.
In an article published in the journal Sensors, researchers demonstrated that by the judicious placement of a fiber-optic sensor (FOS), strain and temperature within copper cables submitted to bending could be monitored.
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