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Ahmed Qureshi, PhD, PEng

Assistant Professor


Mechanical Engineering

About Me


  • 2007-2011 Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France
  • 2006-2007 M.S. Design Innovation & Industrial Production, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France
  • 1998-2002 B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore


  • 2015-Present Partner for STEM in Higher Secondary Education, Singapore Government
  • 2015 Bronze award in S.A.F.E. competition, Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore
  • 2013 Best Paper award, International Conference on Engineering Design, Seoul, Korea
  • 2010 Best paper award, CIRP Design Conference, Nantes, France
  • 2010 Global Doctoral Ambassador for ParisTech group, France
  • 2009-2011 Graduate student association representative on university administration committee
  • 2005 Excellence award on outstanding management of health &safety in industry
  • 2004 Roll of Honor, Certificate in Gas Turbine Design fundamentals, SNGPL, Pakistan
  • 2002 University Roll of Honor, B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering


My research interests are centered around the areas of concurrent design and manufacturing with applications towards Design and Manufacturing Process improvement, Bio Medical Engineering, Computer aided Design, Oil and Gas, and Industrial Automation. These are divided into following 5 research themes.

Sustainable Design:

Lifecycle based design; robustness in early design concept; robust design; virtual prototyping; design for X; design for developing world


Tolerance analysis and optimization; uncertainty management in manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing:

Variation management in FDM based manufacturing processes; tolerancing for additive manufacturing; design for bio printing; 3D scanning

Design Theory & Methodology:

Transdisciplinary design processes; cognitive aspects of Transdisciplinary design; automation through quantitative design process


Autonomous multi rotor platforms for payload deployment; model based design