More About Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ali Ismail

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ali Ismail

Professor and Chairperson,
Department of Computer and Information System Engineering,
Director High-Performance Computing Center (HPCC),
NED University of Engineering and Technology,


Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ali Ismail received his ME degree in Computer Systems from NED University of Engineering & Technology. He has completed Ph.D. studies in High-Performance Computing and Parallel Processing from NED University. He has done Post Doctorate in “Automatic Design Space Exploration and Multi-Objective Optimization” from Lucian Blaga University Sibiu, Romania. He has authored and co-authored around 45 research papers and several book chapters published in various journals, books, and conferences of international repute. Based on his research skills, he has attended and presented different papers at international conferences, workshops, and seminars and delivers keynote speeches as well. He is also an approved supervisor for Ph.D. and MS candidates in Pakistan. He is a life member of PEC, Huawei Certified Network Associate (HCSA), Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), IEEE, HPC, Intel Academic Community, European Network of Excellence on High Performance & Embedded Architecture & Compilation (HiPEAC), and senior member of Universal Association of Computer and Electronics Engineers (UACEE). Based on his contribution in the research field of Computer Science, he was awarded with various best paper awards, won Research Productivity Award from the Pakistan Council of Science and Technology in 2015. He has around 18 years of teaching experience. Currently, he is associated with NED University of Engineering & Technology as Professor and Chairman of the Computer and Information System Engineering Department. Additionally, he is an acting in-charge of the High-Performance Computing Center present at NED University of Engineering & Technology. This research center is established to manage high-performance computational resources to address miscellaneous computational needs/p>