© 2018 Hatem Abou-zeid

Co-supervision and Mentorship

  1. Ahmad Nagib (co-supervisor with Prof. Hassanein)                                                            2018 – present

       Contextual Reinforcement Learning in Radio Resource Management of Future Networks

   2. Ramy Atawia, Ph.D.– currently System’s Designer at Ericsson Canada                                 2014 – 2016

       Thesis: Robust Predictive Resource Allocation for Video Delivery Over Future Wireless Networks

       Winner of the Queen’s Governor General’s Academic Gold Medal.

   3. Zohair Tanveer, M.Eng., – currently Design Engineer at UTS Consultants Inc.                                 2014

       Project: Predictability of Mobile Signal Strength along Bus Routes

   4. Muhammad Muhaimin, B.Sc., – currently an M.Sc. in Big Data Candidate at SFU.              2012 - 2013

       Project: Developing a Tool for Realistic Vehicular Traffic using Real Maps

Teaching Experience

Lecturer/Teaching Fellow                                                                                                     Jan. 2012-Dec.2013

Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

Exceptional teaching evaluations close to the department’s highest evaluation

  • Linear Control Systems, 2013 (63 students)

       – Teaching quality evaluation: 4.3/5; ECE department mean: 3.9/5, max: 4.6/5

  • Linear Control Systems, 2012 (51 students)

       – Teaching quality evaluation: 4.5/5; ECE department mean: 4.0/5, max: 4.6/5

  • Introduction to Computer Programming for Engineers, 2012 (210 students).

      – Teaching quality evaluation: 4.3/5; APSC department mean: 3.7/5, max: 4.4/5

 

Undergraduate Senior Project Advisor – Realistic Urban Mobility Modeling                                         2013

NSERC URSA Supervisor                                                                                                                             2012

Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

  • Supervised a student project first under NSERC URSA and then as a senior undergraduate capstone project – to develop a realistic vehicle traffic simulation tool using real road maps.

 

Teaching Assistant                                                                                                         

Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada                                                                                               2010-2011

  • APSC 142: Introduction to Computer Programming for Engineers, 2011

  • APSC 142: Introduction to Computer Programming for Engineers, 2010

    • Developed programming assignments, delivered tutorials (140 students) and supervised labs.

 

Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt                                       2006-2009

Probability and Stochastic Processes, Image Processing, Computer Networks, Digital Communications, Communication Theory, Electronics, Optical Communications, Analog Communications,