Amr is a doctoral researcher at the Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks, TU Dresden. Prior to that, he wrote his PhD thesis about self-adaptive network security for agile edge clouds at the chair of data privacy & security under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Thorsten Strufe. During that time, he was actively involved in many research clusters and projects including the Helmholtz Institute of Information Security and Dependability (KASTEL) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), and the center of excellence for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-loop (CeTI). Amr’s work won multiple awards such as the first place at the Telekom challenge 2021, and the first place at the CHR programming contest at the KU Leuven. It also was featured in many venues such as the Software campus summit, Huawei research center, Munich, Avast inc, USA, and the website of the German ministry of education and research (BMBF). In the past, Amr was a founding member of stacktile GmbH advised by Prof. Dr. Stefan Schmid, and Prof. Dr. Marco Canini, and was a research assistant at the TU Berlin, chair of Internet Network Architectures (INET) headed by Prof. Dr. Anja Feldmann. He also held various positions at Vodafone and Intel labs.
Previous students of Amr and their last known positions (selected):
Sample B.Sc. and M.Sc. topics from the past (selected):
Past experience with the co-ordination of bi-lateral DAAD-sponsored academic theses for international students between the GUC/GIU, and the following German Universities: Ulm University, Stuttgart University, TU Munich, TU Berlin, and the TU Dresden.
Sample portfolio including some courses I taught in the past:
I am very much looking forward to working with anyone who is curious about new technology, and is a passionate learner. Feel free to get in touch, if you would like to suggest or inquire about a topic for your work. Here are some of the usual requirements for the topics related to my research interests above: