Dr. Sherif Moussa received his Ph.D in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Quebec Trois-Riviers, Canada, and his MSc degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering form University of Waterloo, Canada. His research areas are wireless communication, computer networks, and VLSI design. His research specifically focuses on MIMO-OFDM algorithms, multiple access OFDM, FPGA design and optimization. Dr. Moussa joined CUD in 2007 where he currently is working as an Assistant Professor at School of Engineering.
Dr. Mnaouer holds a PhD in Computer Engineering Networking from Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan. He also obtained a Master of Engineering (Petri Nets)from Fukui University, Japan and a BSc in Computer Science from Ecole Superieur de Communications de Tunis.
Dr. Al-Gindy Holds a P.hD. in Electrical and Communication Engineering from Faculty of Engineering and Informatics, University of Bradford, United Kingdom. He also obtained his M.Phil Degree from Faculty of Engineering and Informatics University of Bradford United Kingdom, and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Maritime Academy for Science & Technology, Alexandria Egypt.
Dr. Ziad Elkhatib received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Ottawa Canada and his M.A.Sc. and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carleton University Canada. He has several years of design experience in the field of communication integrated circuits at various companies including Nortel Networks Harris Corporation Chrysalis-ITS Semiconductor Itron Inc. and was adjunct professor in USA. He is currently assistant professor in the faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Canadian University Dubai.
Dr Kamalov obtained PhD in Mathematics in 2011 from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While at UNL he was a recipient of prestigious Othmer Fellowship (2005-2008) given to exceptional incoming scholars. Dr Kamalov obtained BA in Mathematics and Economics from Macalester College where he was a recipient of DeWitt Wallace Distinguished Scholarship (2000-2004). Dr Kamalov joined Canadian University Dubai in 2011 where he has taught a wide range of mathematics courses across curricula. He is a recipient of CUD Academic Research Award (2013) and CUD Teaching Award (2013).
Dr. Rita Zgheib is an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Engineering and Computational Science, Canadian University Dubai, UAE. She has 5+ years of academic and research experience in different university institutions in France and the UAE. Her research interests include - disease and epidemic detection, healthcare applications, IoT architecture, ontologies, semantic reasoning, Machine Learning, and software engineering. She has authored and co-authored several papers with experts from different countries (France, Italy, Norway, UAE) in international conferences and journals. She is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and an active member of International Program Committees, Technical Program Committees, and Advisory Committees of several academics conferences.
Dr. Elnaffar received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from Queen’s University (ON, Canada). He won IBM PhD Fellowship Award and worked as a Research Associate at the Centre of Advanced Studies (CAS) of IBM Canada. He worked at UAE University, American University in Ras al Khaimah, and American University in the Emirates. Presently, he is a Program Coordinator (Software Design) and an Associate Professor the Canadian University Dubai. He is the winner of the Best Teaching Award and Best Research paper in computing education.
Mr. Abdulhamid Alsbakhi holds both a Master in Information Technology Management & Governance (MITGOV) and a Bachelor of Computer and Networking Engineering Technology (CNET) from Canadian University Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He has nearly 10 years of experience in the field of Information Technology in educational institutions and is currently a lecturer in the faculty of Engineering, Applied Science, and Technology