I am currently carrying out a Ph.D. at Queen's University in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Kingston, ON, Canada. Also, I am a research assistant with Queen's Telecommunications Research Lab (TRL) and Navigation and Instrumentation (NavINST) Laboratory. I am working towards my degree under Co-Supervision of Prof. Hossam Hassanein and Prof. Aboelmagd Noureldin.

Presently, my research interests span signal processing, sensor fusion, pervasive sensing, and machine learning to the applications of the internet of things, cyber-physical systems, and connected and autonomous vehicles. Presently, We are developing a robust Multi-Sensor Fusion system for monitoring road surface conditions and drivers' dynamics to provide dynamic route planning involving roads quality and drivers' skills. This research is a part of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) strategic grant "Robust Crowd-sensing for Intelligent Road Services".

My research work has received the Second Prize of the 2018 IEEE Communications Society Student Competition "Communications Technology Changing the World. I was the recipient of the Best Paper Award (1 award out of 263 symposium papers) in the The 14th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference "IWCMC 2018" . Also, I have received the Second Award, IEEE Graduate Research Award (Kingston Section) 2019.

Previously, I received a BSc. (Hons) in Electronics and Communications Engineering and an MSc. in Electronics and Communications Engineering from Arab Academy for Science & Technology (AAST), Cairo, Egypt. In my research, I was evaluating the performance of free space optical communications systems and networks in the presence of various weather conditions. During my MSc., I was working as a full-time Assistant Lecturer with the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering.

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