Madiha Kazmi
MSc student
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kazmi@cs.queensu.ca
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Featured publications
  • M Kazmi, A Shamim, N Wahab, F Anwar Comparison of TCP Tahoe, Reno, New Reno, Sack and Vegas in IP and MPLS Networks under Constant Bit Rate Trafficin Internationall Conference on Advanced Computational Technologies & Creative Media, August 2014
 
  • Madiha Kazmi, Muhammad Younas Javed, Muhammad Khalil Afzal “An experimental study of
the performance and effectiveness of TCP Variants in IP and MPLS Networks” in Journal of Networking Technology Volume: 2 , Issue: 3 ,September 2011 Pg 103-109  
  • Umm-e-Mariya Shah, Azra Shamim and Madiha KazmiEnhanced Architecture of a Web Warehouse based on Quality Evaluation Framework to Incorporate Quality Aspects in Web Warehouse Creation” in International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications ,Volume 2, Issue 8,pp 55-59, August 2011
 
  • Rizwana Irfan, Azra Shamim and Madiha kazmi “Framework for Case Based Object Oriented Expert Warehouse to Enhance Knowledge management process for executive Decision Making” in Journal of Computing Volume 3, Issue 4,pp 140-144, April 2011
 
  • Madiha Kazmi, Azra Shamim, Nasir Wahab, and Fozia Anwar "Comparison of TCP Tahoe, Reno, New Reno, Sack and Vegas in IP and MPLS Networks under Constant Bit Rate Traffic" in Int'l Conference on Advanced Computational Technologies & Creative Media, August 2014
 
  • Madiha Kazmi, Muhammad Younas Javed, and Muhammad Khalil Afzal “An overview of performance comparison of different TCP Variants in IP and MPLS Networks” in Third International Conference on Networked Digital Technologies, pp 120-127, 2011
 
  • Azra Shamim, Madiha Kazmi, Zunaira Sattar, “Intelligent Data Mining in Autonomous Heterogeneous Distributed and dynamic data sources” in International Conference on Software and Computation Technology 2010
 
  • Atika Qazi, Saif Ur Rehman Malik, Madiha KazmiEnhanced Model Driven Architecture Software Development Life Cycle with Synchronized and Consistent Mapping “ in International Conference on Computer Communication and Management –pp 395-399, ICCCM 2011.
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Teaching
Teacher Assistant, Research Assistant and Graduate Student Queens University, Kingston, Canada                                                       2015 -2016
  • Delivering tutorials;
  • Assessing students' lab work;
  • Setting and marking lab assignments and projects;
  • Supporting students through a advisory role;
  • Supervising students' lab activities;
  Assistant Professor King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia                                                      2012 -2014
  • Delivering lectures, seminars and tutorials;
  • Designing, preparing and developing teaching materials;
  • Assessing students' coursework;
  • Setting and marking examinations;
  • Supporting students through a pastoral/advisory role;
  • Supervising students' research activities;
  Lecturer Comsat University of Science and Technology, Pakistan                        2007 - 2012
  • Delivering lectures and assessing students:
  • Completing continuous professional development (CPD) and participating in staff training activities;
  • Carrying out administrative tasks related to the department, such as student admissions, induction programs and involvement in Project Committee and Proctorial Board;
  • Managing and supervising staff;
  • Representing the institution at professional conferences and seminars;
  • Establishing collaborative links outside the university with industrial, commercial and public organizations;
  • Undertaking personal research projects and actively contributing to the institution's research profile;
  Teacher Assistant Center For Advanced Studies In Engineering, Pakistan                     2006 - 2006
  • Scheduling the classes and act as liaison between instructor, students and the academic department;
  • Assisting instructor in lecture slides, quizzes, assignments and exam;
  Lecturer Al-Khair University,  Pakistan                                                              2004 - 2005
  • Delivering lectures and assessing students' works;