Mehwish earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology, in Lahore, Pakistan. She successfully defended her M.Sc. thesis in the fall term of 2018.
Mehwish’s main research focussed on transdisciplinary engineering design processes, specifically product development and evolution, tracing design process similarities across engineering disciplines, design interface between disciplines and identifying the commonalities of abstract level engineering design concepts across disciplines.
Mehwish Butt, Alyona Sharunova, Mario Storga, Yasir Imtiaz Khan, Ahmed Jawad Qureshi. Transdisciplinary Engineering Design Education: Ontology for a Generic Product Design Process. Procedia CIRP, 2018.
Alyona Sharunova, Mehwish Butt, and Ahmed Qureshi. Transdisciplinary Design Education for Engineering Undergraduates: Mapping of Bloom’s Taxonomy Cognitive Domain Across Design Stages. Procedia CIRP, 2018.
Alyona Sharunova, Mehwish Butt, Suzanne Kresta, Jason Carey, Loren Wyard-Scott, Samer Adeeb, Luciënne Blessing, and A.J. Qureshi. Cognition and Transdisciplinary Design: An Educational Framework for Undergraduate Engineering Design Cirriculum Development. Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA17) Conference, 2017.