Muhammad Arif Zeeshan
Arif started working at IRIS in January, 2009. As a PhD student, he is working on the NANOMA (Nano-Actuators and Nano-Sensors for Medical Applications) project. Prior to joining IRIS, he worked as a Research Affiliate at YALE University, USA to do his MSc Thesis. He designed a Very High Vacuum System to measure the Quality Factor of a 50 nm resonator. For his work, he was awarded the best diploma work (OMEGA PRIZE) by the Institute of Microtechnology (imt), University of Neuchatel for his contributions towards the advancements of scientific research and techniques in the field of Micro and Nanotechnology. He received his MSc and BSc in Micro and Nanotechnology from imt, Neuchatel in 2008 and 2007 respectively. From Aug 2000 to Aug 2004, he worked as Manager Aerodynamics at AERO (Advanced Engineering Research Organization) after receiving the B.E. in Aerospace Engineering from NUST (National University of Sciences and Technology) in Pakistan.