## Evolution of Mona Lisa

Recently, I had an opportunity to attend a conference. The conference, code named iCoMET, was held in IBA Sukkur, Sindh, Pakistan. We presented our work about evolution of Mona Lisa using an evolutionary algorithm. The presentation

## A Tutorial on Simulating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

I remember I posted something about our work that got published on UAVs. Here is another article that got published recently. Since we’d been working in this area for quite some time, we thought about

## Internet of Guns

It is really not my type of a thing to be talking about guns, working with them or even wondering about them. I like to think about and work on projects that can improve the

## Of Carpooling and Ridesharing

I have to travel somewhere right now. While I am trying to find ways to get there, all the options sound pretty bad. I can take a bus. But I have heard that the kind

## Computational Materials Science

I received a call from Dr. Khalid Mahmood Ghauri today. Dr. Ghauri taught me at the University of engineering and technology, Lahore when I was an undergraduate student. He is one of my favorite teachers.

## On Losses, Pauses, Jumps and the Wideband E-Model

I did this work while I was a postdoctoral researcher in Orange Labs. It recently got published with IEEE Access. It is a moment of happiness for me. It reminds me of all the long

## Search Based Software Engineering Challenge

I have been writing extensively on search based software engineering (SBSE). Following is a very interesting link advertising various challenges (competitions) in this domain. They have promised cash prizes for winners as well. So if you

## Computational Urban Planning

Sometimes mundane interactions can lead to interesting ideas. I was talking to a friend about what could be a worthwhile research problem. We thought that how nice it would be to be able to design better

## Transcribe Lyrics

I was talking to a friend about the spectral analysis of EEG signals. I was explaining to him how spectral analysis works and why it is so important. To explain him well, I used an

## Grammatical Evolution in Groovy

Grammatical evolution (GE) is a famous evolutionary computing algorithm proposed by Conor Ryan et al. In its original form, it uses a genetic algorithm at the back end to evolve genotype of a solution. On