Dr. Rasool Bukhsh is a dynamic researcher and educator with an exceptional academic journey. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan, in 2020, focusing on the theme of "Towards Smart Cities: A Move for Efficient Energy Management From a Home to Cities Exploiting Clouds". Prior to this, he accomplished his M.S. in Computer Engineering from the same institution in 2015, with a thesis titled "Prediction and Classification of Membrane Protein Types using Amino Acids". His foundational education includes a B.Sc. (Hon.) in Computer Science from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan, in 2011.

Dr. Bukhsh's scholarly endeavors have resulted in a series of impactful contributions to his field. He has published extensively in reputable journals, exemplified by his papers such as "Edge Based Priority-Aware Dynamic Resource Allocation for Internet of Things Networks" in Entropy and "A Hybrid Deep Learning-Based Model for Detection of Electricity Losses Using Big Data in Power Systems" in Sustainability. Beyond academia, Dr. Bukhsh is recognized as an Assistant Professor, imparting knowledge at the Department of Computer Science at various reputable institutions, including his current tenure at COMSATS University Islamabad. His research interests span across a broad spectrum of domains including Smart Grid, Renewable Energy, Smart Cities, Cloud and Fog Computing, Data Science, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning. With a firm belief in lifelong learning, Dr. Bukhsh actively participates in workshops, conferences, and training programs to stay at the forefront of technology.

In recognition of his contributions, Dr. Bukhsh holds the distinction of being an HEC approved Ph.D. supervisor, guiding the next generation of researchers. He is also the recipient of the Merit Scholarship "Prime Minister’s Reimbursement Scheme for Less Developed Areas" for his outstanding commitment to academia. In addition to his academic accomplishments, he has served as Vice President of the Debating Society, Co-Advisor for External Affairs for IEEE Student Branch, and Co-Editor for the campus magazine "Al-Qalam" during his undergraduate years. His dedication to advancing knowledge and making meaningful contributions in academia is underscored by his proactive involvement in a range of research and scholarly pursuits.