Mr. Muhammad Usman Iqbal
Lecturer, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Area of Interest: 5G, Hetrogeneous Networks, Wireless Communication, Signal Processing
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007  

Dr. Muhammad Usman Iqbal received the B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the University College of Engineering and Technology (UCE&T), Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan, in 2009, the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS), National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan, in 2013, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI), Lahore Campus, Pakistan, in 2023. He was a Lecturer in electrical engineering with the University College of Textile Engineering (UCTE), Bahauddin Zakariya University, from June 2009 to June 2014. He has been a Lecturer with the Department of ECE, CUI, Lahore Campus, since July 2014. His research interests include digital signal processing, digital image processing, wireless communications, and deep learning.


He has taught following undergraduate courses:

  • EEE464-Wireless Communications
  • EEE351-Principles of Communication Systems 
  • EEE352-Analog Communication Systems
  • EEE353-Digital Communication Systems 
  • EEE324-Digital Signal Processing 
  • EEE223-Signals and Systems
  • EEE251-Probability Theory 
  • EEE374-Electrical Measurements and Instrumentations

Supervised Final Year Projects 

He has supervised following (selected) undergraduate final year projects:

  • Deep Learning-based Robotics Arms for Organization of Blocks
  • Wearable Medical Monitoring Device
  • OCR Based Narrator for Blind and Visually Impaired Persons
  • Smart Gas Leakage and Fire Security System
  • Traffic Light and Sign Detection Using Image Processing
  • Vision-Based Smart Car Parking System

Administrative Roles

  1. Focal Person for PEC Outcome Based Education (OBE) at ECE Department, CUI Lahore
  2. Member PEC Self Assessment Report (SAR) Committee
  3. Member of Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Committee


Journal Papers:
1. Muhammad Farooq-i-Azam;Asif Siddiq; Muhammad Usman Iqbal (2023), "Probability Distribution of Transient Response of an Electric Circuit", Pakistan Journal of Engineering and Technology (PakJET), pp: 1-8, Vol: 6, Issue: 2, DOI:    (External URL)
2. Muhammad Usman Iqbal; Ejaz Ahmad Ansari; Saleem Akhtar; Muhammad Farooq-I-Azam; Syed Raheel Hassan; Rameez Asif (2023), "Optimal Learning Paradigm and Clustering for Effective Radio Resource Management in 5G HetNets", IEEE Access, pp: 41264-41280, Vol: 11, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2023.3268543, Impact Factor: 3.55    (External URL)
3. Muhammad Usman Iqbal;Ejaz Ahmad Ansari;Saleem Akhtar;Muhammad Nadeem Rafiq;Beenish Hassan (2023), "Hybrid Learning based Radio Resource Management in 5G Heterogeneous Networks", Pakistan Journal of Engineering and Technology (PakJET), pp: 92-97, Vol: 6, Issue: 1, DOI:    (External URL)
4. Muhammad Usman Iqbal; Ejaz Ahmad Ansari; Saleem Akhtar; Ali Nawaz Khan (2022), "Improving the QoS in 5G HetNets Through Cooperative Q-Learning", IEEE Access, pp: 19654-19676, Vol: 10, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3151090, Impact Factor: 3.55    (External URL)
5. Muhammad Usman Iqbal, Ejaz Ahmad Ansari, Saleem Akhtar (2021), "Interference Mitigation in HetNets to Improve the QoS Using Q-Learning", IEEE-Access, pp: 32405--32424, Vol: 9, Impact Factor: 3.74    (External URL)
6. Muhammad Usman Iqbal, Ejaz Ahmad Ansari, Saleem Akhtar (2019), "MACHINE LEARNING BASED CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT OF FEMTOCELLS FOR 5G HETEROGENEOUS NETWORKS", Pakistan Journal of Science , pp: 258, Vol: 71, Issue: 4   


PhD Electrical Engineering
COMSATS. Lahore , Pakistan
Feb 2015 to Feb 2023
MS Electrical Engineering
SEECS, NUST H-12 Islamabad , Pakistan
Sep 2009 to Aug 2013
BSc Electrical Engineering
UCE&T BZU Multan , Pakistan
Sep 2004 to Jul 2009


Lecturer In Electrical Engineering
Jul 2014 to Date
Lecturer In Electrical Engineering
BZU Multan
Jun 2010 to Jul 2014

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