Since November 2020, Omer is an early-stage researcher at University College Cork, Ireland. He is working on the application of robotics for operations and maintenance (O&M) of offshore wind turbines. The focus of his work is centred around devising a feed forward engineering design (FEED) for the incorporation of robotics into the offshore O&M sector along with working on techno-economic analysis for the remote inspection of wind turbines. Omer did his MSc in Systems and Control from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. He wrote his thesis on the topic of nonlinear model predictive control for throughput optimization of multi-agent systems. His research interests include control systems design, multi-objective optimization and systems engineering. He holds a BSc in Aerospace Engineering from Institute of Space Technology, Pakistan. On the personal side, he enjoys reading novels, swimming, table tennis, and dabbling in creative writing.

Education

  • MSc in Systems and Control, 2020

    from Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

  • BSc in Aerospace Engineering, 2014

    Institute of Space Technology, Pakistan