Dr. Syed Muazzam Ali Shah

muazzam.ali@nu.edu.pk
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Dr. Syed Muazzam Ali Shah

Assistant Professor
HEC Approved Ph.D. Supervisor

Biography

Dr. Syed Muazzam Ali Shah is currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Karachi Campus. He is an HEC approved Ph.D. supervisor looking to supervise students who are enthusiastic about pursuing Master and Ph.D. degrees. In particular, he is interested in using natural language, machine learning, and deep learning techniques for classifying membrane proteins. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Yuan Ze University, Taiwan in 2022. He received a Master’s degree in Software Engineering (MS.SE) from Barhia University, Islamabad in 2013. He was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science (BS.CS) from Karakoram International University, Gilgit in 2011. Furthermore, he served as a leading software developer at Needle Craft for Clothing Industry, Jordan from 2014-2018. His research papers have been published in well-known international journals with high-impact factors, substantially contributing to research and education.

Education

  • PhD

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to Software Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Software Engineering
  • Software Design and Analysis
  • Software Requirements Engineering

Publications

  • Shah Syed Muazzam Ali, Semmy Wellem Taju, Quang-Thai Ho, and Yu-Yen Ou. "GT-Finder: Classify the family of glucose transporters with pre-trained BERT language models." Computers in Biology and Medicine 131 (2021): 104259.
  • Shah Syed Muazzam Ali, Semmy Wellem Taju, Bongani Brian Dlamini, and Yu-Yen Ou. "DeepSIRT: A deep neural network for identification of sirtuin targets and their subcellular localizations." Computational Biology and Chemistry (2021): 107514.
  • Semmy Wellem Taju, Shah Syed Muazzam Ali, and Yu-Yen Ou. "ActTRANS: Functional classification in active transport proteins based on transfer learning and contextual representations." Computational Biology and Chemistry (2021): 107537.
  • Shah Syed Muazzam Ali, Yu-Yen Ou. "TRP-BERT: Discrimination of transient receptor potential (TRP) channels using contextual representations from deep bidirectional transformer based on BERT." Computers in Biology and Medicine 137 (2021): 104821.
  • Semmy Wellem Taju, Shah Syed Muazzam Ali, and Yu-Yen Ou. "Identification of efflux proteins based on contextual representations with deep bidirectional transformer encoders." Analytical Biochemistry, 633 (2021): 114416.
  • Shah Syed Muazzam Ali, Yu-Yen Ou. "Disto-TRP: An approach for identifying transient receptor potential (TRP) channels using structural information generated by AlphaFold." Gene 871 (2023): 147435.
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