Ahmed Raoof

I got my BSc and MSc in Telecommunication Engineering from University of Benghazi, Libya, then I worked as a lecturer for the department of Computer Networks and Communications at Faculty of Information Technology, University of Benghazi for 4 years. Currently I am a PhD Candidate under supervision of Prof. Ashraf Matrawy. My main research interests are in these fields:-

  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Computer Networks Security
  • Computer Networks Protocols
  • Data Communications


Education

Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Systems and Computer Engineering

My research and work main focus is on the security of the Internet of Things, especifically security of routing in RPL-based networks.

September 2015 - Present

University of Benghazi (Garyounis formerly), Benghazi, Libya

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Telecommunication Engineering

Thesis title: Implementation of Single Frequency Network "SFN" for Terrestrial Digital Video Broadcasting on Benghazi, Libya.
GPA: 3.19

September 2005 - July 2009

University of Benghazi (Garyounis formerly), Benghazi, Libya

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

GPA: 3.23

September 1999 - July 2003

Academic Experience

Research and Teaching Assistant

Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

As a TA, I have taught lab materials and/or tutorials in the following courses:-

  • SYSC 2006 (Winter 2018 & 2019): Foundations Imperative Program.
  • SYSC 4602 (Fall 2018 & 2017): Computer Communications.
  • ECOR 2606 (Winter 2017): Numerical Methods.
  • SYSC 2001 (Fall 2016): Computer Systems Foundations.
  • NET 4010 (Winter 2016): Secure Mobile Networking.
  • BIT 1400 (Fall 2015): Intro to Programming and Problem Solving.

While an active member of the Next-Generation Networks (NGN) research group, led by my supervisor Prof. Ashraf Matrawy, I am focusing my research work, as an RA, on the security of the IoT networks. More specifically, I am concerned with the security of routing in RPL-based IoT networks.

September 2015 - Present

Assistant Lecturer

Part of my many duties, I taught the following courses in full (both theoratical and practical parts):-

  • IT121: Digital Logic Design.
  • IT271: Network Fundamentals.
  • CN321: Network Protocols.
  • CN312: Network Operating Systems.
In addition, I supervised several FYPs, and conducting several tutorials, seminars, and discussion groups.

September 2009 - September 2013

Assistant Lecturer

I taught the following courses:-

  • Intro to Visual Basic Programming.
  • Network Fundamentals.
  • Voice over IP (VoIP) Fundamentals.
  • Firewalls.
In addition, I supervised several FYPs, and conducting several tutorials, seminars, and discussion groups.

November 2007 - September 2009

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