Tariq M. Jadoon completed his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland in 1998 for research in Traffic Characterization and Performance Evaluation of High Speed Networks. Prior, he received his BSc (Hons) degree in Electrical Engineering from the NWFP UET, Peshawar in 1991 and MSc (Communications, Control & DSP) in 1993 from Strathclyde.
Before joining LUMS, he worked at the NWFP University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Peshawar where he co-founded the Center for Computer Information Systems Engineering and taught at the EE department. He has been on the LUMS faculty since 2001, and has served in various capacities including Associate Dean Undergraduate Programmes (2007), Registrar (2008-11) and is currently Department Chair. As the first Registrar of the LUMS he oversaw a complete PeopleSoft Campus Management Implementation and steered the quarter to semester transition in 2009. On Sabbatical from LUMS in 2011-12 he worked in the Software Industry for Techlogix, Singapore PTE implementing an ERP solution for Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) in conjunction with IBM Global Services.
His research interests lie in the area of network modeling and simulation, teletraffic, VoIP and IoTs and is a member of the System and Networking Research Lab (SysNet) at LUMS.