This Is My Story

Originally from Lahore, Pakistan, but tend to live elsewhere. I was brought up in Kuwait. I did my university education from Malaysia and UK. I have a Master’s degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK. I am an iOS Developer, and UI/UX Designer by passion. I am the founder of a social content publishing mobile application Leaflets. My academic research work has been around Radar, Navigation, UAV sensors and control, and autonomous flight. A key goal of mine is to improve myself continually, learning transferable and specialised technical skills whenever and wherever possible. I regularly participate in Massive Open Online Courses, you can find the details below. I like to read and travel. I am also a competitive squash player.

I like to create things. These days what I create normally takes the form of a website or an iOS App, but what drives me is the idea that somewhere out there what I’ve done has made somebody else’s life just a little bit better. I like to dip into all aspects of a build, from UX and design to the actual implementation. Some know this as being a hybrid developer (or maybe devsigner, horrible word), which isn’t particularly descriptive but I’m still waiting for a better term. The end result is that I find myself arguing just as passionately about information architecture, UI, typography and colour as I do about coding standards, algorithms, APIs and technical infrastructure. For me the user experience is something that permeates every layer of the stack, and I love all of it. All of it except for the context-switching at least, jumping between all the different layers in one day is hard.

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Formal Education

– Master of Engineering (MEng) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, 2014

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

– ER22.1x: Justice, edX | Harvard University, Instructor: Michael J. Sandel, 2016, [Verify]

– LX1: Inclusive Leadership Training: Becoming a Successful Leader, edX | Catalyst, Instructor: Deepali Bagati, PhD, 2015, [Verify]

– 15.390.1x: Entrepreneurship 101: Who is your customer?, edX | MIT, Instructors: Bill Aulet and Sanjay Sarma, 2015, [Verify]

– 15.s23x: U.Lab: Transforming Business Society and Self, edX | MIT, Instructors: Otto Scharmer and Sanjay Sarma, 2015, [Verify]

– SW47.1x: Entrepreneurship and Healthcare in Emerging Economies, edX | Harvard University, Instructors: Professor Tarun Khanna and Professor Sue J. Goldie, 2015, [Verify]

– TPM1x: Solving Complex Problem, edX | Delft University of Technology, Instructor: Alexander de Haan, 2015, [Verify]

Research Themes

– Product Design – Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation

– Mobile Application Development – Big Data Management, UI and UX Design

– Robotics

– Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) – Design, Control, Alternative Power Source, and Health Management

– Sustainability, Renewable Energy and Environment – Technical and Economical Aspects


– M. Moaz, “Micro-Doppler Analysis of Helicopter Rotor Blades Radar Returns”, – Master’s Thesis, School of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Birmingham, April 2014.

– M. Moaz, Y. Amar, C. Lewis, B. Willetts, P. Baharali, M. Khabaz  “Throwing Teddy Bear of the Roof”, – 3rd Year MEng Project, School of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Birmingham, April 2013.

– M. Moaz, “Managing Solar Boat Project for Taylor’s Solar Boat Grand Challenge”, 4th Semester Managing Projects for Success, School of Engineering, Taylor’s University, July 2012.

– P. Yong, L. Haur, M. Moaz, L. Hee, J. Chin, A. Rahim, J. Lee, “Collision Avoidance System Laboratory Testbed Vehicle”, 3rd Semester Group Project, School of Engineering, Taylor’s University, December 2011.

– P. Yong, A. Ghandehari, M. Moaz, J. Chin, A. Rahim, J. Lee, “Unmanned Aerial Vehicle”, 2nd Semester Group Project, School of Engineering, Taylor’s University, July 2011.

– M. Moaz, A. Akhtar, S. Malik “Aesthetically Appealing Renewable Energy Features for the Lakeside Campus”, 1st Semester Group Project, School of Engineering, Taylor’s University, January 2011.

Workshop/Invited Talks

– M. Moaz, “Assistive Applications of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”, Assistive Robotics Workshop, College of Technological Studies, Kuwait, June 2015.

– P. Yong, A. Ghandehari, M. Moaz, J. Chin, A. Rahim, J. Lee, “Unmanned Aerial Vehicle”, The 2011 CDIO™ Regional Conference, Beijing, China, May 2011.

Journal Publications

– Almeshal, M. ; Alenezi, M. ; Moaz, M., “Intelligent Path Tracking Hybrid Fuzzy Controller for a Unicycle-Type Differential Drive Robot”, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Science Index, , vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 436–439, 2015. [PDF] or [Link]

– Almeshal, M. ; Goher, K. ; Alenezi, M. ; Almazeed, A. ; Matawah, J. ; Moaz, M., “BFA optimized intelligent controller for path following unicycle robot over irregular terrains”, International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 1199–1204, 2015. [PDF] or [Link]

Other Acitivites

– Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET), UK

– Member of the Climbing and Walking Robots Association (CLAWAR), UK

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