25-APR-2019: B Tech student selected for research program in Canada
Aligarh, April 25: Abdul Hannan Faruqi, a third year B. Tech (Mechanical Engineering) student of Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology (ZHCET), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will be rubbing shoulders with the creme de la creme group of 31 students from all over the world for solving complex mathematical problems during a fully sponsored summer research program at The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Faruqi is the only Indian student in the group to be selected for the nine-week Fields Undergraduate Summer Research Program (FUSRP) programme. He will be working on 12 projects headed by faculty members of top-notch universities and industrial researchers.
Faruqi also pursues research in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and study Computer Science as a hobby and works on a number of projects including a team project, which was selected for the second round of Smart India Hackathon organised by Ministry of Human Resource Development-Innovation Cell and another project of an autonomous bicycle.
He is associated with the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Club (UAV)-ZHCET as the Vice Chairperson and has also worked as the Chassis and Aerodynamics Head of the ZHCET Formula Racing team and the Campus Ambassador of Aerodynamics 2018 International Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.
Faruqi presented papers in India and abroad and he is also scheduled to present a paper at the 7th Asian Symposium on Computational Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow (ASCHT) to be held in September, 2019 at the Tokyo University of Science, Japan.
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