Who says that Pakistanis have no talent and abilities? The Pakistani nation has a lot of talent. No doubt our country is facing numerous problems of poverty, economy, and politics. There are always two sides to a coin, only one side doesn’t show the complete picture. Despite all this and even the great faults, Pakistani’s still manage to compete with the rest of the world just because of their determination. Pakistani’s are known for their hardworking and resilience to struggle for a better life. Engineer Syed Husnain Tanweer Kazmi is the young bright talent of Pakistan who made Pakistan proud Globally.
Finland’s national innovation funding agency will provide up 2 M € to the SMARAGDI public-private consortium for advancing superconducting magnet technology. Initially, the SMARAGDI has received a grant of 1.2 M € and will undertake a 2- year project. SMARAGDI is made with the joint effort of Tampere University (TAU) and five Finnish companies, 3DStep, Teraloop, Meluta, Luvata, and Ramentor.
Pakistani engineer Syed Husnain is Senior RD Engineer for Teraloop is leading the development of a superconducting flywheel-based energy storage system from Teraloop in this consortium. The Engineer like Syed Husnain is proud of the nation, we need these genius engineers that make Pakistan proud.
Syed Husnain Tanweer Kazmi, Senior RD Engineer for Teraloop states about this project, “This is a valuable opportunity for us to implement and test superconducting technology as part of our motor/generator and magnetic bearing designs.”
Teraloop’s CEO and co-founder Edward Ridgway Watt states, “Teraloop aims to be at the forefront of sustainable materials technology in energy storage; this is a great opportunity to transfer knowledge with the collaboration’s partners and to expand our mission.”
Little About SMARAGDI
SMARAGDI is a joint effort of Tampere University (TAU) and five Finnish companies. The objective of this consortium is to develop new technology solutions for high-temperature superconducting magnet applications. SMARAGDI will undertake a 2-year project partly funded by Business Finland’s Co-Innovation program.
Business Finland gives 1.2 M € to the SMARAGDI public-private consortium for developing superconducting magnet technology and modifying an experimental facility for testing high-temperature superconducting magnets in Tampere, Finland. In SMARAGDI, Tampere University (TAU) and five Finnish companies bring in their own unique expertise:
1. 3DStep: 3Dstep Oy is specialized in advanced 3D-printing methods.
2. Teraloop: Teraloop Oy has strengths in innovative experimental high-tech R&D.
3. Ramentor: Ramentor Oy is an expert in machine reliability and condition monitoring modeling
4. Meluta: Meluta Oy is experienced in acoustic emissions-based diagnostics
5. Luvata: Luvata Oy has deep knowledge in the superconductor industry and cryogenic measurements.
The purpose of this consortium is to build new technology solutions for high-temperature superconducting magnet applications.
“We are excited that SMARAGDI has this opportunity to build strong experimental competencies in superconducting magnet technology while strengthening Finnish research networks. The long-term goal is to put Finland at the forefront of HTS magnet development when the technology fully breaks through to commercial applications,” Salmi says with enthusiasm, “We welcome new members who are interested in working with superconductivity or cryogenic applications to join our network!” View More
Being an under-developed country, Pakistan is facing many problems and challenges but the lack of talents is not one of them. Pakistan’s potential truly reflects its youth, professionals, scientists, and scholars humbly earning the world’s grace, dignity, and honor for Pakistan for themselves, their families, their institutions, and their country. There are many other Pakistanis who working either as individuals or in teams that are bringing a positive image of Pakistan into the limelight and are laying the framework for positive social change. This website will keep on highlighting news related to the achievements of other talents of Pakistan to encourage our generations to sharpen their innate talent.