Hamza chose to study electrical engineering at university because of the interdisciplinary prospects it offers.
“In fact, I have always been fond of combinatorial play. In less than two years of university, I have had the chance to explore domains as diverse as thermodynamics, computer vision and electrical power as an apprentice-researcher,” he says.
Apart from his scholarly pursuits, Hamza is also keen on co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and enjoys leadership roles at some of the university’s student clubs, including the IET Student Chapter and UET Science Society.
Looking forward, Hamza feels he has a strong inclination toward physics and plans to pursue it at graduate and doctoral study level. He also aims to actively participate in science communication and outreach in Pakistan.