Muhammad Ahmad

Muhammad Ahmad



College: College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Discipline: Engineering
Department: Renewable Energy
Research Centre/Unit: Offshore Renewable Energy


Muhammad is a Ph.D. student in the Renewable Energy Department, working in offshore wind Energy under the supervision of Prof Philipp Thies and Prof Mario Recker. His PhD research delves into the intricate domain of offshore wind energy, specifically focusing on risk management strategies for offshore wind construction and operation insurance programs. His research aims to enhance the understanding of potential risks associated with offshore wind farms, proposing innovative risk assessment frameworks and methodologies. Additionally, the project investigates state-of-the-art condition monitoring systems to ensure the reliability and efficiency of wind turbine systems. The integration of machine learning, data analytics, and risk management techniques forms the core of this comprehensive exploration into optimizing the performance and sustainability of offshore wind energy.

Research Interests

  • Offshore Renewable Energy
  • Risk Engineering
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Machine learning


  • MSc Data Science, University of Northumbria, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 2022
  • BSc Computer Science, National Textile University, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 2018


  • Software Engineer, FitOutfit Software Technologies, Lahore, Pakistan, Feb 2020 to May 2022
  • Software Engineer, BT Software and AI Technologies, Faisalabad, Pakistan, Oct 2018 to Feb 2020