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Eyedeus Labs, a spin-off from Computer Vision Lab, LUMS, is a startup developing Computer Vision technologies for smartphones, co-founded by Ali Rehan and Abdul Rehman.
Muhammad Omair Ali, BSc 2017, was selected as the third NOP Scholar to be funded by the BSc 2002 Class Endowment Fund.
Eyedeus Labs, a spin-off from the LUMS Computer Vision Lab has been selected for Google BlackBox Connect Summer 2013. Its first product, groopic, has globally launched and been featured at TechCrunch.
Chemistry students receive fully funded PhD offers from top US and Canadian universities.
Anum Ejaz, Annum Munir, Nimra Asi, Zainab Rahil and Hina Iftikhar have received fully funded PhD offers.
On March 2, 2013 Dramaline performed 'Rumors' to a packed hall at University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.
LUMS students and staff generously donated clothing, food, household items and cash to the Badami Bagh Aid Efforts.
Muddassir Moosa(BS 2013) and Usman Naseer(BS 2012) have landed PhD offers from UC Berkeley and MIT.
REDC bags acknowledgement for their specialised programmes.
REDC conducts high impact programmes in key functional areas of: Corporate Financial Management & Marketing Management.
The Fulbright Scholars from EE department, include Aneeq Zia, Muhammad Asif Rana, Faryal Qasim, Taha Hassan and Muhammad Ali Syed.
Abdur Rahman Malik, Doctoral Candidate, PhD Management presented a paper at the British Academy of Management annual conference.
Research at Spin Physics Group ranged from detecting Earthquakes to oscillating Chemical Reactions.
The LUMS EMBA is the most solid investment you can make in yourself: Syed Umar Farooq
Intends to study the impact of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards on the creative behavior of employees.
Waste management and recycling efforts at LUMS explained by Mr. Amer Khan.
Shahzad Saleem graduated on the Deans Honour List in 1989 from LUMS and is the CEO of Nishat Chunian Limited
Gulraiz Khan, owner of Samovar Tea and Coffee House, wins top prize at Shell Tameer Awards 2012.
The PhysLab project started off as a public-private partnership between HEC and LUMS.