Muhammad Sulaiman

PhD Fellow

UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Muhammad Sulaiman is a PhD candidate in computer science at UiT The Arctic University of Norway, specializing in Artificial Intelligence and proactive healthcare. His research includes groundbreaking work on the integration of digital twins and wearables for health promotion and risk prevention. The aim is to revolutionize healthcare monitoring and intervention strategies, enabling personalized and real-time health insights for individuals by combining the power of AI-driven digital twins with wearable devices. Prior to embarking on his Ph.D. journey, Sulaiman gained valuable industry experience as a professional at FA Solutions, where he led a ground-breaking project on LBChain, enabling secure trade of unlisted securities using blockchain technology. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Turku, during which he developed a domain-specific language, leveraging the power of blockchain.

With a strong academic and industry background, Sulaiman combines his computer science knowledge and expertise to drive advancements in the intersection of technology and well-being.