Pakistani engineering pride leads Finland’s key cutting-edge-tech project
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s one of engineering intellect Husnain Tanweer Kazmi wins Finland’s acclamation and is mandated to lead the country’s one of the most innovative and lucrative cutting-edge technology programs, associated with the field of energy storage.
Pakistan’s pride Kazmi is heading the Northern European country‘s high-end energy storage technology development project at Teraloop, an area globally known for revolutionary initiatives towards energy storage solutions.
Talking to this news agency via telephone Syed Husnain Kazmi shared some details about his initiative and said project consortium, named SMARAGDI, is a joint effort of Tampere University (TAU) and five Finnish companies, 3DStep, Teraloop, Ramentor, Meluta, and Luvata.
This Finland’s one of the most advanced technological initiatives is worth around two million Euros funded by Business Finland and has the potential to revolutionize energy storage, Kazmi informed.
Syed Husnain, a graduate of UET Taxila, earned a master’s degree in Electrical Power and Energy Engineering from Aalto University, is known for his stellar work in the development of a measurement system for very fast high voltage impulses used to quantify the effects of lightning on power grids.
To a question “how do you present Pakistan there?” he said I am representing the core national values of hardworking and integrity and tell my colleagues that Pakistan is the land of people who really put in blood and sweat in achieving top-notch results. He said his colleagues know him as the “Crazy Pindi Boy” which he happily wears like a medal.
Kazmi is also concerned about Pakistan’s energy needs and said Pakistan was blessed where renewable energy was abundant, there are lots of avenues where we could add amazing value.
“I would love to help universities, government bodies, and organizations in Pakistan to develop capacity in demand modern technologies,” he said. Kazmi said he wanted to serve his homeland and was ready to run the extra mile.
In his message to the Pakistani youth over his success and achievements, he said Pakistani graduates have a lot of potential in the field of engineering and “I advise them to be multidisciplinary and don’t remain stick to one field as energy storage, electric vehicles and power engineering are all co-related future fields to excel.”
“I always encourage going beyond the obvious”, he concluded on these motivational remarks. TF Report