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Ahmad Y. ALHILAL
PhD Scholar | Dept. of CSE | HKUST
Contact: aalhilal<at>ust.hk

Ahmad Y. ALHILAL is an PhD student in the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). He is fortunate to be supervised by Prof. Pan Hui


His research focus in Vehicular Communication and Network Computing is to better to provide solutions for safety and quality of service and to improve human well-being and build robust connected system. He leverages computational methods from Protocols, architecture, infrastructure, machine learning, knowledge discovery, data mining and data analytics.



Education

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
PhD Candidate in computer Science and Engineering · 2017 to 2021
Thesis Direction: Vehicular Communication and Networks

Damascus University
Master of Science in computer Science and Engineering · 2011 to 2014
Thesis Direction: Hierarchical Routing Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks

Damascus University
Bachelor of Science in computer Science and Engineering · Sep. 2003 ~ Aug. 2008
Major: Computer Networks



Professional Experiences

Arab International University
Instructor (Part-time Employee) · Jan. 2015 ~ Feb. 2017

Damascus University
Teaching Assistant (Part-time Employee) · Feb. 2012 ~ Jul. 2016

Spacetoon company
Java Developer · Jan. 2009 ~ Aug. 2011



Publications

Evaluation of WSN hierarchical routing protocols according to energy efficiency heterogeneity levels
Ahmad ALHILAL, Salah Dowaji
International Review on Computers and Software (IRECOS) | BibTeX | Link

Working Papers

Future Architecture of the Interplanetary Internet
Ahmad AHILAL , Tristan BRAUD , and Pan Hui
arXiv| BibTeX Work In Progress....

Greenhouse Gas Emission by Private Cars in Chinese Cities.
Ahmad Y. ALHILAL,Young D. Kwon, Mohammad A. Hoque, and Pan Hui
Work In Progress.....



Research Experiences

HKUST-DT System and Media Laboratory at HKUST
Postgraduate Research Student (Advisor: Prof. Pan Hui ) · Aug. 2017 ~ Present



Conferences


Honors & Awards
  • 2017-2021 The Postgraduate Studentship
  • 2007-2008 Certificate of Martyr Bassel Al - Assad for Academic ُExcellence of Undergraduate Study


Selected Project