Habib M. Ammari

University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA

Habib M. Ammari is a Ph.D. degree holder. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Michigan‐Dearborn, Dearborn, MI, USA, and the Founding Director of Wireless Sensor and Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (WiSeMAN) Research Lab, since September 2011. He obtained his first Ph.D. degree highly honorable with praise from the Faculty of Sciences of Tunis, the University of Tunis El Manar, Tunis, Tunisia, in December 1996, and his second Ph.D. degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA, in May 2008. His main research interests lie in the areas of wireless sensor and mobile ad hoc networking, mobile wireless Internet, and cyber physical systems. He has a strong publication record in top‐quality journals, such as ACM TOSN, ACM TAAS, IEEE TPDS, IEEE TC, Elsevier COMNET, Elsevier PMC, and Elsevier JPDC, and high‐quality conferences, such as IEEE SECON, IEEE ICDCS, EWSN, and IEEE MASS. He published three books in Springer in 2009, 2013, and 2013. He received several prestigious awards, including the Certificate of Appreciation Award at ACM MobiCom, in 2011, the Outstanding Leadership Award at IEEE ICCCN, in 2011, the Best Symposium Award at IEEE IWCMC, in 2011, the Lawrence A. Stessin Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Publication from Hofstra University, in 2010, the Faculty Research and Development Grant Award from the Hofstra University in 2009, the Best Paper Award at EWSN in 2008, and the Best Paper Award at the Google Ph.D. Forum—IEEE PerCom, in 2008. Also, he was an ACM Student Research Competition (ACM SRC) nominee at ACM MobiCom, in 2005. He is the recipient of the Nortel Outstanding CSE Doctoral Dissertation Award, in 2009, and the John Steven Schuchman Award for 2006–2007 Outstanding Research by a Ph.D. Student, in 2008. He received a three‐year US National Science Foundation Research Grant Award ($400 K), in 2009, and the US National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award ($450 K), in 2011. He is the University of Michigan‐Dearborn's second NSF CAREER Award recipient and the Hofstra's first ever NSF CAREER Award recipient.

Biography Updated on 7 December 2013

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