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Rahul has a Diploma in Digital Electronics from Mumbai University completed in 2014, Bachelor in Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University, and MSc In Electronics from Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom in 2019 with commendation. Later he worked as an IoT engineer at Optimann LTD (Crumlin, Northern Ireland) from October 2018- Jan 2020. His main responsibilities included - providing Industry 4.0 implementations for European clients, PLC programming, and HMI designing. He has also worked as an intern at Microdevice Technologies (Mumbai, India) in the  Embedded system domain and Microart Systems PVT LTD in the manufacturing and AMC sector as a part of his diploma course which included 1-year Industrial experience pattern. He has teaching experience in the IT domain (School level) and has recently taken Cloud computing and Computer Systems modules for NUIST, China as a visiting international faculty.  He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Walton Institute, SETU under the SFI-Vistamilk grant where his research areas include - Smart dairy processing, Milk quality analysis, and Industrial IoT. Rahul has a keen interest in the Internet of Things, Wireless Sensor Networks, Wireless Communications, and Machine Learning

Education/Academic qualification

Masters Degree, Queen's University Belfast

12 Sep 201731 Oct 2019

Award Date: 10 Dec 2019

Bachelors Degree, University of Mumbai

Award Date: 31 May 2017

External positions

Project Engineer, Optimman LTD

01 Oct 201801 Jan 2020

Apprentice Trainee Engineer, Microdevice Technologies

01 Dec 201331 May 2014

Industrial Trainee Engineer, Microart Systems India PVT.LTD

01 Jul 201201 Dec 2012

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