Muhammad Waseem

PhD Student in Ingegneria Elettrica, Elettronica E Delle Comunicazioni , 39th cycle (2023-2026)
Department of Energy (DENERG)



Research topic

Study and testing of energy model with zero environmental impact in a local public transport company


Research interests

Power systems, Power converters, Electrical machines and drives
Systems, Automation and Control


Muhammad Waseem received his master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, one of Pakistan's leading engineering universities. In his thesis, titled "A Scheduling Algorithm for optimal utilization of Electric Vehicle Charging Station," he developed software to dynamically manage electric vehicle charging queues using multi-objective optimization algorithms capable of finding the best solution considering charging costs and waiting times.
He participated as a team leader in a research project funded by the Pakistani government, where he developed a prototype robot capable of supporting bomb squads during the detection and defusing phases of a bomb.
He has had several experiences as a lecturer in academia on topics related to electrical engineering.
He is now a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical, Electronics, and Communications Engineering at the Department of Energy, Politecnico di Torino, Italy. His research project aims to identify and test methodologies to make local public transport companies carbon-neutral with economically sustainable solutions. In this context, his research interests are mainly related to the characterization of the consumption of a local public transport company, and the process of electrification of the fleet.

Research topics

  • My research activities, which are expected to make the local public transport companies carbon neutral, are expected to be divided into three main lines of research: 1-Electrification and/or hydrogen fueling of vehicles 2-Electrification and efficiency improvement of industrial plants 3-Optimization of the overall energy system based on generation from renewable sources, storage and multi-commodity systems, power plant supply, and charging of public transport vehicles. The research topic is linked to the research and innovation needs of the Turin Transportation Group and is closely related to the objectives of Missions 2 and 3 of the NRP, including energy transition and the development of a modern and sustainable transportation infrastructure that can be a model for all Italian public transport realities.


ERC sectors

PE1_20 - Control theory, optimisation and operational research
PE7_2 - Electrical engineering: power components and/or systems


Goal 7: Affordable and clean energy
Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
Goal 13: Climate action



  • IEEE VTC Spring 2022 (19/6/2022-22/6/2022), Certified auditor

Other titles

  • Licensed as a Registered Engineer with Pakistan Engineering Council (regulating engineering profession and education in Pakistan) (2014-2025)
  • Amal Academy Alumni, a project of Stanford University (2017-2017)

Research networks


Other activities and projects related to teaching

Visiting Lecturer CS and IT
Minhaj University, Lahore, Pakistan, Spring 2023
Bachelor in Computer Science: Subjects taught; Programming Fundamentals, Information and Communication Technology

Lecturer Electrical Engineering Technology
RISE Group of Colleges, Lahore, June 2022 to October 2023
Bachelor in Electrical Engineering Technology: Subjects taught; Control Technology, Power Electronics, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Programming Fundamentals

Lecturer Electrical Engineering Technology
Jinnah College of Commerce, Science and Technology, Faisalabad, Pakistan, November 2019 to November 2020
Bachelor in Electrical Engineering Technology: Subjects taught; Control Technology, Power Electronics, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Programming Fundamentals, Linear Circuit Analysis


Other activities and projects related to research

A Scheduling Algorithm for Optimal Utilization of Electric Vehicle Charging Station, MSc research project, 2017-2018.

Development of PC-based wireless bomb disposal robots, BSc final year project, 2013-2014, project funded by National ICT Research and Development Funds, Ministry of IT, Pakistan