Dr Mahvish Nazir

Dr. Mahvish Nazir, Department of Electronics, Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Birmingham

Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering
Lecturer
2nd Year Tutor

Contact details

Address
School of Engineering
Department of Electronics, Electrical and Systems Engineering
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Dr. Mahvish Nazir is a Lecturer and 2nd year tutor in the department of Electronics, Electrical and Systems Engineering.

Mahvish’s research interests are automotive radar, FMCW radar, signal processing and waveform modulation.

Qualifications

  • P.hD. (2016)
  • M.S in Software Engineering 2009
  • B.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering 2006

Biography

Mahvish graduated from the National Institute of Technology, India with a degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering in 2006, with Distinction. She joined Satyam Computers ltd, India as a software Engineer, where she worked for more than 3 years. While working with Satyam computers she continued her higher education towards an M.S in Software Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India. She completed her 2 years M.S course in 2009, with a CGPA of 10/10. She taught at an Engineering College in India for a brief period of time before moving to the UK in 2010 where she continued her studies towards a PhD in automotive radar. She completed her PhD from the University of Birmingham where she was later appointed as a Lecturer in 2016.

Teaching

Teaching Programmes

  • Foundation year Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Future and Emerging Device technologies
  • Fundamentals of signals and systems
  • Music Technology

Publications

M. Nazir and D. Pycock, (2013) "Constraint-based range-velocity disambiguation," in Radar Symposium (IRS),14th International, pp. 708-713.

M. Nazir and D. Pycock, (2013) "A novel strategy for interpreting multiple responses in vehicle radar: A novel consideration of the ambiguity function," in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC),5th, pp. 61-64.