University of Leicester


STAFF — Ajab Khan  M.Sc Computer Science, University of Peshawar,Pakistan

3rd Year PhD Computing Research Student
G05 Ken Edwards Building
School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences,
University of Leicester,
University Road,
LE1 7RH.

T: +44 (0)116 252 5243
F: +44 (0)116 252 3915

Brief Bio


B.Sc Computer Science, University of Peshawar NWFP
M.Sc Computer Science, University of Peshawar, Pakistan
Diploma In Web Designing, Multimedia University Malaysia
Diploma in IT Human Resource Development, Sapparo Electronic Cultivation foundation, Japan

Software Projects Executed

Developed a Sensor Based car control system using Hitachi H8 Micro Controller and C++
Developed Examination Information system Using Sql Server and Visual Basic
Developed web based sensor control system using PhP,Perl and CGI

Research Interests

Model Based Analysis of Network Reconfigurations Using Graph Transformation System
Currently working on VoIP network protocol


Working as Asistant Professor in Computer Science, University of Malakand, NWFP, Pakistan, (Now On study leave for PhD)


1. Model-Based Analysis of Network Reconfigurations Using Graph Transformation Systems
LNCS Volume: 5214, Proceedings of the 4th ICGT,08,Pages 502-504,Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg Download

2. Model-based Simulation of VoIP Network Reconfigurations using Graph Transformation Systems
Electronic Communications of the EASST Volume 16 (2009), ICGT08 Post.Proceedings Download

3. Modelling of VoIP Overlay Routing using Graph Transformation
23rd European Modelling and Simulation Confrence (ESM), ESM,09 Proceedings Download

4. Model-based stochastic simulation of P2P VoIP using graph transformation system
Proceedings of the 17th international conference on Analytical and stochastic modeling techniques and applications ( ASMTA 2010) Download

5. Model-based stochastic simulation of Super Peer Promotion in P2P VoIP using graph transformation
Proceedings of International Confrence on Data Communication Networking (DCNET 2011) (Accpeted) Download

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