Mr. Farrukh Khan was born in the year 1960 at Karachi, in Pakistan, but spent most of the early 26 years of his life in Nigeria. He later attended Government College, Sokoto, Federal School of Arts and Sciences, Sokoto, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria and the University of Tasmania, Australia. After university training, Farrukh received specialised training at National Panasonic Video Systems Division, Osaka, Japan and at Nokia Chimera, Lahore, Pakistan. With 20 years of working experience as a professional engineer, academic, researcher and author, Farrukh now devotes much of his time to researching topics that interest him. He now works as a freelancer from his place of birth, Karachi in Pakistan. Farrukh has worked as an assistant professor at Sir Syed University, Baqai Medical University Institute of Information Technology, CAMS College in Karachi and at Preston University, where he used to teach Electronics and Advanced Computer Architecture. Farrukh is widely travelled, having visited about 50 major cities on four continents of the world, but he has never visited North America. He was lucky to have gained professional work experience in Australia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia as well as the UAE. Farrukh researches and writes about whatever he finds interesting and has produced about 370 academic writing efforts so far.
I write about anything that I find interesting.