Email:

ammar.alhosainy (at) carleton (dot) ca

Office:

Minto Case Building, Room 7070

Ph.D. Systems and Computer Engineering

Carleton University 2017.

M.Sc. Electronics and Communications Engineering

(Arab academy for Science and Technology, AAST ) 2006.

B.Sc. Electronics and Communications Engineering

(Arab academy for Science and Technology, AAST ) 2009.

Research

I am currently working with Prof. Ioannis Lambadaris and Prof. Ramy Gohary focussing on the 5G Network implementation.

Interests

  • Mobile ad-hoc networks.
  • Wireless sensor networks.
  • Cooperative communications.
  • Image processing and enhancement (2006-2009).
  • VLSI design & FPGA implementation (2005-2006).
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Teaching

Instructor

  • 2016 Network Management (NET 3006)
  • 2014 Communications Systems Lab (SYSC 4701)

Teaching Assistant

  • 2017 Operating Systems (SYSC 4001)
  • 2017 Data Structure and Algorithms (SYSC 2100)
  • 2015 Computer Communications (SYSC 4602)
  • 2015 Communications Software (SYSC 4502)
  • 2014 Computer Communications (SYSC 4602)
  • 2013 Systems and Simulation (SYSC 3600)
  • 2012 Systems and Simulation (SYSC 3600)
  • 2011 Network Simulation (NET 4001)

Awards & Achievements

  • February 2016
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) 2016-2017.
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  • April 2015
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) 2015-2016.
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  • October 2014
  • Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology 2014-2015.
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  • March 2012
  • Gabriel Warshaw Scholarship – Carleton University.
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  • 2011 - 2015
  • Systems and Computer Engineering Department Scholarship – Carleton University.
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  • Dec. 2009
  • Best Teacher Assistant
  • Nominated by the Department of Electronics & Communications engineering – AAST.
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  • 2006 - 2009
  • AAST M.Sc. Graduate Tuition Waiver.
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  • Aug. 2006
  • Graduated with the highest GPA (4.00/4.00), as the first top of my class (173 students).
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  • 2003-2006
  • AAST Undergraduate Distinction Scholarships.
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Publications

Journals

Conferences and Workshops

 


 

PhD Thesis

Title: Simple Cross-Layer Network Utility Maximization Framework for Multiflow Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks.

Supervisor: Professor Thomas Kunz.

Year: October 2017.

Systems and Computer Engineering Department

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

 


 

Master Thesis

Title: Optimized Non-Local Means Algorithm and Subbands Mixing for Image Denoising.

Supervisor: Professor Ehab Badran.

Year: February 2009.

College of Engineering and Technology

Arab Academy for Science and Technology & Maritime Transport Alexandria, Egypt.

 


 

Graduation Project

Title: Implementation of CORDIC Algorithm on an FPGA with Discrete Cosine Transform Application.

Advisors: Professor Magdy Saeb and Professor Sharaf El-Din El-Nahas.

Year: June 2006.

College of Engineering and Technology

Arab Academy for Science and Technology & Maritime Transport Alexandria, Egypt.

 

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