Ahmad Nagib received B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in 2009 and 2016 respectively from the Department of Information Technology (DIT), Faculty of Computers and Information (FCI), Cairo University (CU), Egypt. His master thesis is titled "A Framework for Semantic Integration of Heterogeneous Sensor Networks". In his thesis he has developed a framework for semantic integration of sensor data as a step towards a more scalable vision of a generic open semantic socially-engaged platform for the Internet of Things. 

He is currently an Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty of Computers and Information, Cairo University (FCI-CU). He is also a Research Assistant at "Advanced Network Systems and Applications Research laboratory" (ANSR Lab). He is currently a part of "Campus as Mashups Platform for IoT Experimentation" (CAMPIE) research project. CAMPIE is being developed at Cairo University and it is funded by the National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA) in Egypt.

Ahmad's research interest is mainly related to Computer Networks, Data, and the Web including Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), The Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities, Semantic Web Technologies, Linked Data, Open Data, Data Analytics, Web Science, Social Networks, Real-time
Stream Processing, Cyber-Physical-Social Systems, and Artificial Intelligence.

Since 2012, Ahmad has been a Certified Cisco Academy Instructor (CCAI) at Cisco Networking Academy, Cairo University which was awarded Best Academy Award by Cisco Networking Academy, Egypt in 2013. He is currently Network R&D Team Leader within the IT Services Unit at the Faculty of Computers and Information, Cairo University. He is also an ACM and IEEE active graduate student member, a member of IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Computer Society. Ahmad is also a member of IoT council, a think tank for the Internet of Things, and a member of European Alliance for Innovation (EAI).

Ahmad was awarded Cloud Application Developer - Mastery Award for Educators 2016 by IBM.

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