Mamadou I Wade, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Howard University, Washington, DC
Phone: 334-***-**** Cell
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Howard University, Washington, DC, May 2017, (GPA 3.72/4.0) MS, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama Summer 2009 BS, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia F all 2004 BS, Computer Science, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia (Need only 2 classes) Graduate Certification in Cybersecurity, Howard University, Washington DC, May 2017 Ph.D. Dissertation Research: Distributed Image Encryption Based On a Homomorphic Cryptographic Approach.
Masters’ Thesis: Radar Geolocation Using a Global Positioning System (GPS) Based Hybrid Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) and Frequency Difference of Arrival (FDOA) Methods. Software Skills: C, C++, C#, JAVA, VHDL, MATLAB, MATHEMATICA, ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE, LABVIEW
Mamadou Wade, Henry C. Ogworonjoy, Madiha Gul, Mandoye Ndoye, Mohamed Chouikha, and Wayne Patterson, “Red Green Blue Image Encryption Based on Paillier Cryptographic System,” World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET), 19th International Conference on Network, Communication and Computing, Dec 18-19, 2017, San Diego, USA
Rank Number 1: I Obtained the Best Paper Presentation Award. Other presenters were from academia and industry around the world (North and South America, Asia, Europe)
Henry C. Ogworonjo, John M. M. Anderson, and Mamadou Wade, “An `l1-Regularized Least-Squares Deblurring Algorithm with an Application to GPR Imaging,” IEEE UEMCON, October 2017
Madiha Gul, Mohamed Chouika, and Mamadou Wade, “Crosstalk Aware and Burst Error Fault Tolerance Mechanism for Reliable Communication,” IEEE 2017 International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD 2017)
University Teaching Experience
(12 Electrical & Computer Engineering Courses)
Subjects Taught at Howard University (3):
EECE 306: Fundamentals of Electromagnetics
EECE 306-Lab: Fundamentals of Electromagnetics laboratory EECE 102: Introduction to Electrical & Computer Engineering Subjects Taught at Tuskegee University (9):
EENG 0360: Microprocessors
EENG 0460: Digital Systems Design (VHDL)
EENG 0461: Embedded Systems Design
EENG 0462: Windows Phone Applications Design
EENG 0221: Linear Networks & Circuits
EENG 0325: Microelectronics I
EENG 0596: Software Systems Engineering Analysis and Design (Graduate level) EENG 0525: Computer Networks Analysis and Design (Graduate level) EENG 0527: Internet/Network Security (Cryptography) (Graduate level) Interests:
Telecommunication Networks & Systems
Image and Signal Processing
Software Applications Development
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering, Howard University, Washington, DC August 2017 to Present
Teaching Assistant & Ph.D. Student
Department of Electrical and Computer Science, Howard University, Washington, DC August 2014 – May 2017
Electronics Engineer / Instructor
Department of Electrical Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama September 2012 to August 2014.
Department of Electrical Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama September 2009 to August 2012.
I advised at least 12 Undergraduates Electrical Engineering students for senior design projects at Tuskegee University with topics including Control, Power, and Communications. Teaching Assistant
Department of Electrical Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama August 2007 to September 2009.
Other Work Experiences
Substitute Teacher / Mathematics teacher, Northeast High School, Macon, Georgia
Engineering Co-op, Rheem Manufacturing (Air Conditioning Systems), Milledgeville, Georgia
CAD Specialist, CDI / Georgia Power, Atlanta, Georgia
Mathematics and Physics tutor, Georgia Perimeter College (GPC), Atlanta, Georgia Synergistic Activities
Worked with a Microsoft representative to help Tuskegee University students to develop Windows Phone Applications and to prepare for the Imagine Cup.
Developed and taught the Windows Phone Applications Design course (EENG 0462) at Tuskegee University.
Trained about 65 graduate students in a new Masters in Systems Engineering Program at Tuskegee University in the EE Department. This program was sponsored by NAVSEA (US NAVY) and these students completed my graduate level courses
Managed, guided, and coached a team of Engineers (about 65 Graduate Students) to complete Software Engineering projects using framework activities that included: Communication, Planning, Analysis, Design, Construction, and Deployment. Software Engineering projects included:
Automated Teller Machine (Banking ATM machine)
Smartphone Application for Healthy Nutrition
Safe Home Wireless Box (for Home Security, Home Appliances Control, Smoke and Carbone Monoxide Detection)
Designed a database with Application Interfacing using Visual Basic for Rheem Manufacturing
Designed a LABVIEW software that used stepper motors to control a carriageway in x, y and z axes
Designed a MATLAB software for Power Flow Analysis. The program is implemented using Newton-Raphson Method.
Awards & Certifications
Rank number 1: Best Paper Presentation Award at the 19th International Conference on Network, Communication and Computing, Dec 18-19, 2017, San Diego, USA. This international conference was sponsored by the World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology (WASET). Other presenters were from academia and industry around the world (North and South America, Asia, Europe)
Rank number 1: First place team at Gainesville College Math tournament, representing GPC ( Competed against about 15 Colleges)
Rank number 1 twice in mathematics classes: Outstanding Mathematics Student Awards for Calculus III and Ordinary Differential Equations from Georgia Perimeter College
(GPC), Clarkton Campus, Atlanta, Georgia
Graduate Certification in Cyber Security, Howard University, Washington, DC
Praxis I & II ( Certification to teach Math in High School)