Ahmed Hamdi Sakr
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Windsor
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Windsor, Canada. Prior to
that, I was a Principal Researcher at Toyota Motor North America R&D - InfoTech Labs. I received my
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Manitoba, Canada.
My current research interests span the broad areas of connected and autonomous vehicles, wireless
and vehicular networks, edge computing, Internet of Things (IoT), signal processing, and machine
Ph.D. students: There is an opening for students starting in Winter 2023 or later. If
you are interested in wireless and vehicular networks, with a particular focus on connected vehicles,
cooperative and autonomous driving, and applications of machine learning, please email me your resume
and transcript. Students with sound analytical background in research and solid academic track record
are highly encouraged to apply. Prior experience in connected vehicles is not mandatory.
M.Sc. students: There is an opening for students starting in Fall 2022 or later,
subject to funding availability. If you are interested, please email me your resume and transcript as
well as your topic of interest in the broad areas of wireless communications, connected vehicles, and
machine learning. The following are encouraged to apply: domestic students, self-funded students, and
M.Eng. students at University of Windsor who wish to transfer to an M.Sc. degree.
Undergraduate students: I welcome current students who are interested in joining my
research. You are highly encouraged to apply for the Outstanding Scholars Program at University of
Windsor and ask me to support your application. If you are interested, please email me for more
information and include your transcript.
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