Williams Paul Nwadi., received the B.Sc. in Computer Science & Applications and the M.Sc. (IT) in Information Technology Engineering, both with meritorious honors from the Bangalore University (2013) and the Jain University (2015) in Bangalore – India respectively. He was later awarded the Ph.D. degree in IT Convergence Engineering from the Kumoh National Institute of Technology (KIT), South Korea in 2020. Prior to these, Dr. Williams was a recipient of National (ND) and Higher Diploma (HND) in Mechanical Engineering from the Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, Nigeria in 2005 and 2008 respectively.
From 2016, he worked as a Scientific & embedded system programmer with the Networked Systems Lab. (NSL) in South Korea while undergoing his Doctoral program. He was later employed as a senior researcher and Professor (Adjunct capacity), with the ICT Convergence Research Center (ICT-CRC) within the School of Electronics & IT Convergence Engineering at Kumoh Tech (KIT) until August 2022. He is currently a senior research associate faculty with the WINCORE Lab in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Toronto Metropolitan University, ON, Canada. He is a registered member of the IEEE board and serves as guest journal reviewer for IEEE Access, IEEE transactions on vehicular technology, IEEE transactions on instrumentation and measurement, IEEE transactions on control of network systems, IJAHUC-inderscience, and mathematical problems in engineering journal bodies. His major research interests are in solving real-time reliability constraints for IoT systems, wireless wide-band RF communication, robotics/mobility sensing, avionics (UAV/aircraft) control system, deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI).
Mehak Bashrat received her BS in Telecom Engineering from National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan. Currently she is MASc candidate at WINCORE lab, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. Her current research interests includes the following: 5G networks, cognitive radio networks, and RF energy harvesting.