Swabi: The application of functional reverse engineering has gained considerable momentum to support the country in indigenous development of machine tools to help it grow economically, said speakers at a three-day workshop here.
The workshop on Functional Reverse Engineering of Machine Tools (WRE 2022) organized by Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology concluded here on Sunday.
Prof. Dr. Mohd. Inayatullah Khan Babar, Vice Chancellor University of Engineering & Technology, Takshashila was the chief guest and Sajid Shah, Director General Science & Technology, KP was the guest of honor.
The workshop brought together a large number of renowned researchers and academicians in the development of machine tools, including Prof. Dr. Duck T. Pham, University of Birmingham, UK, Dr. Volkan Esat, Middle East Technical University, Turkey, Dr. Osama Al Jamal, University of Bahrain Huh. , Kingdom of Bahrain, Professor Dr. Xiaoping Wang, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China, Professor Dr. Enrique Nava Barro, Universidad de M’Laga, M’Laga, Spain, Professor Radu Tarca, University of Oradea, Romania, Professor Dr. Florin Popantiu Vladicescu, Polithenica of Bucharest, Romania, Prof. Dr. Agata Manolova, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria, Mohd. Sajjad Mogal, Mohd. Javed Afzal, Head SMEDA-Punjab, and Abdur Razzak Gohar, MD, Infinity Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
Addressing the gathering, the Chief Guest said that the objective of the workshop is to develop indigenous expertise in functional reverse engineering and to promote an implementable model for undertaking reverse engineering at GIK to promote reverse engineering enterprises.