Muhammad Kamran

Muhammad Kamran has started his doctorate program in the winter, 2019. His research focuses on object detection, instance segmentation, and building footprint extraction.


Kamran is part of Intelligent Systems for Sustainable Urban Mobility (ISSUM) funded by the Ontario Research Fund, York University, University of Waterloo, and private sector partners (Esri Canada, Fugro Roadware, Miovision, Mircom, Teledyne Optech, Exascale Solutions, Trans-Plan). [Details]


K Zhao, M Kamran, G Sohn, “Boundary Regularized Building Footprint Extraction From Satellite Images Using Deep Neural Network,” in 2020 XXIV (ISPRS), 30-01 SEP. 2020


Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Earth and Space Sciences, York University, Canada

Master of Sciences (MS), Information Technology, National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan

Bachelor of Science (BS), Information and Communication System Engineering, National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan

2019 – Present

2014 – 2016

2009 – 2014



Graduate Research Assistant, GeoICT/ AUSMLab, York University Canada

Jan, 2019 – Present


Teaching Assistant, York University, Canada

Lecturer, Sarhad University of Science & Information Technology, Pakistan.

Jan, 2019 – Present

Dec, 2016 – Oct, 2018


Solution Provisioning Engineer, IT Consulting & Services, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Feb, 2016 – Oct, 2016