Muhammad Kamram, mentee in the 2018 Energy-Minerals program in Western Australia (Curtin University)

Muhammad Kamran is a final year PhD student at School of Electrical Engineering Computing & Mathematical Sciences, Curtin University WA. His research focuses on heat and mass transfer micropolar fluid flow over a porous sheet with slip condition at the boundary. He published all of his research in reputed indexed international journals as a corresponding author. He is skilled to work on an independent or joint project. He has expertise on analytical and numerical computation and has keen interest to learn new technologies in Fluid Dynamics. Through international conferences and teaching experiences, he has ability to deliver his point of view in front of multicultural audience.