Mandeep Chaudhary graduated with first class honors in Computer System Engineering in 2009 from the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. He then further continued with postgraduate studies in the same university. He graduated as a Master in Embedded System and Instrumentation in 2010 and became a Doctor of Philosophy in Electronics Engineering in 2016 in the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. He is currently completing a second masters in IT Management at IUBH, Bad Honnef, NRW, Germany.
Mr. Chaudhary has plenty of work experience as a lecturer, consultant and programmer. He worked for two years in Assistant Teaching and Demonstration at University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. He was also a visiting lecturer at University of Bedshire, UK in 2014. Mr. Chaudhary has excellent knowledge and skills in many computer software such as MATLAB, LabVIEW, Xiling ISE and programming languages such as C++ and JAVA. Some of the websites created by Mr. Chaudary when he worked as a web designer can also be accessed online.
He also has excellent communication skills due to his responsibilities of teaching different modules to undergraduate and postgraduate students where he also was engaged helping them with their embedded related projects. Mr. Chaudhary main publications “Two-stage logarithmic converter with reduced memory requirements,” and “An Improved 2-Step Binary Logarithmic Converter for FPGAs” can be accessed through official University Libraries as well as google scholar. He also presented the findings from his work on “Comparative Analysis of Inter Satellite Optical Wireless Channel for NRZ and RZ Modulation Formats for Different Levels of Input Power” at EDA Research Conference in Canterbury, Kent, UK in 2012 and 2014 as well as National Conference 2015 Chandigarh University India.