Ph. D., Neuromorphic Engineering, Jain University, Bengaluru PGDBA-HR and BA, SCDL Pune. M. Tech.- Computer Network Engineering, AMC Bengaluru, VTU. B.E. -ECE, PDACE Gulbarga.
“My strongest conviction is that no matter what syllabus is, it should be served with an intention to bring awareness and has to be received with utmost attention”
Dr Mohammed Riyaz Ahmed is an Associate Professor in School of Electronics and Communication Engineering. His primary areas of teaching (over the span of 9 years) are Circuit theory, Field Theory, Integrated Circuits, Control Systems, CMOS VLSI, and Microwave Communication engineering. Dr Riyaz is a Senior member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, USA) and Life member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE, India).
He is a practicing teacher and believes in activity based learning. He is a practitioner of learner centric pedagogical methods and experiments diverse ways of teaching and learning. He is a very good counsellor, motivator and has mentored over 20 UG and 12 PG projects out of which 3 projects bagged best project awards and 15 papers have been published under his guidance. He is a recognised (by Texas Instruments) mentor and his student projects explore the areas of Smart Cities (from smart grid to smart transportation), Technology Intervention for Elderly people, Artificial Intelligence, and Analog VLSI design.
Mohammed Riyaz Ahmed completed his doctoral studies very recently and is looking for active researchers to work under his guidance in the field of Computational Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuromorphic Engineering, Machine Learning, and Intelligent systems. He regularly speaks on basics of Circuit Theory, IC technology, Microelectronics, Neuromorphic Learning Circuits, Research Methodology, Emotional Intelligence, and Educational Research.