Qadeer Ahmed recognized with SAE Forest R. McFarland Award
Qadeer Ahmed, a research associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is the recipient of the SAE Forest R. McFarland Award.
This award is given to individuals in recognition of their outstanding contributions to SAE Engineering events by way of planning, developing and disseminating technical information through meetings, events and other professional development programs.
Ahmed has been engaged in SAE World Congress, SAE COMVEC and the Vehicle Cybersecurity Workshop at SAE Government and Industry Meetings. “This award is an appreciation of my engagement with SAE activities,” said Ahmed. “It enables me to reach out to key experts in the industry and establish a good repute.”
Ahmed, whose research focuses on control and diagnostics of automotive systems with a focus on efficiency, safety and security says that being involved in SAE helps him learn new research trends in the automotive industry and make new connections for future collaborations.