Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Faculty and Staff

Dr. Muhammad Aurangzeb

Assistant Professor


  • PhD Electrical Engineering, UT Arlington, TX, USA, 2013
  • MS Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering and technology Lahore, Pakistan, 2007
  • MS Computer Science, FAST NU Islamabad (Lahore Campus) Pakistan, 2005
  • BS Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering and technology Lahore, Pakistan, 1993
  • BS Math + Physics, University of the Punjab Lahore Pakistan 1987

Research interest:

  • Positional Advantages and costs, reinforcement learning, social networks, Security and authentication
    over the web, web Programming.

Courses taught:

  • Undergraduate courses:Computer Security, Object Oriented Programming, Web programming,
    Engineering Electromagnetics, Circuits, Circuits II, Electromagnetic Circuits and Devices, Electronics,
    Signal and Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Computer Graphics, Computer Networks 
  • Graduate Courses:Object Oriented Design and Programming, Web Programming, Introduction to Cryptography, Computer Networks, Broad band Networks, Dynamic Systems, DSP

Selected Publications:

  • 1. Aurangzeb, M., Lewis, F.L., and Huber, M. (2014). Efficient, Swarm-Based Path Finding in
    Unknown Graphs Using Reinforcement Learning, Journal, Control and Intelligent Systems, Vol.
    42 No. 3.
  • Aurangzeb, M. and Lewis, F.L. (Feb, 2014). Internal Structure of Coalitions in Competitive and
    Altruistic Graphical Coalitional Games. Automatica vol. 50 335-348
  • Palanisamy, M., Modares, H., Lewis, F. L., and Aurangzeb, M. (April 2014) Continuous-time QLearning for Infinite-horizon Discounted Cost LQR Problems, IEEE Transactions SMC-Cybernetics,
    Cybernetics, Vol PP, Issue: 99DOI: 10.1109/TCYB.2014.2322116
  • Lewis, F.L. and Aurangzeb, M. (July 03, 2012). Stable Coalitions on Communication Graphs.
    Invited talk at Chinese Academy of Science
  • Aurangzeb, M., Mikulski, D., Hudas, G., Lewis, F.L., and Edward, Gu. (2012). Stable Structures of
    Coalitions in Competitive and Altruistic Military Teams, in Unmanned Systems Technology XV,
    Robert E. Karlsen; Douglas W. Gage; Charles M. Shoemaker; Grant R. Gerhart, Editors,
    Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 8741 (SPIE, Bellingham, WA 2013), 87410L.
  • Sheikh, S. M., Aurangzeb, M., Tarique, I., (2009). Bridging the gap between higher education
    and the Telecommunications Engineering Sector. US-China Education Review, ISSN 1548-6613,
    USA, Volume 6, No.8, Serial No.57.
  • Aurangzeb, M., Ghazali, M. A., Ahmed, F., and Shaheen, F. (2005). Prediction of Backward
    Branches by Pattern Detection. Proceedings of 9th International Multi-topic IEEE Conference
    INMIC. DOI: 10.1109/INMIC.2005.334403

 Contact Information:

EC 204
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
MSC 192 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: (361) 593-4404
fax: (361) 593-4026
email: muhammad.aurangzeb@tamuk.edu


Dr. Muhammad Aurangzeb