Ahmed Abdelmoamen Ahmed

Ahmed Abdelmoamen Ahmed
Ahmed Abdelmoamen Ahmed, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Computer Science Department

Dr. Ahmed is an Assistant Professor at Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU). He joined the Department of Computer Science at PVAMU in the fall of 2017, right after earning his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Saskatchewan in August 2017. His research interests are in the fields of Parallel and Distributed Systems with applications in domains such as IoT and sensor-based services. After joining PVAMU, Dr. Ahmed has been actively involved in several research projects, including IoT distributed applications, autonomous robotic navigation, resource coordination for concurrent systems, efficient mobile sensing, etc. As an assistant professor, Dr. Ahmed is teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and he is eager to transfer his passion and experience to underrepresented students at PVAMU by involving them in research. Dr. Ahmed has extensive experience in mentoring both undergraduate and graduate students to do research.


  • [Publication] One Full Paper Accepted at MobiQuitous 2019.
  • [Award] 1st Place at the Research Week Creative Activities Display in PVAMU 2019.
  • [Grant] Bechtel Corporation has Awarded Dr. Ahmed $10k to Support his Research in 2019.
  • [Media] Dr. Ahmed’s Research is Featured at the PVAMU Website and Research Magazine in 2019.
  • [Grant] Dr. Ahmed received the Faculty Research Development Grant from PVAMU with a value of $20k in 2018.
  • [Media] Dr. Ahmed’s Research about Emergency Management is Featured on the PVAMU Website!
  • [Award] Best Poster Award (Audience Choice) at ICDCS 2017.


Dr. Ahmed is a prolific writer, committed to sharing ideas with other experts in the field. Dr. Ahmed published numerous peer-reviewed papers at prestigious international conferences and journals. Here is a selected list of publications:


Undergraduate Courses

  • COMP 1213: Computer Science I (Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018)
  • COMP 1211: Computer Science I Lab (Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018)
  • COMP 2033: Assembly Language (Spring 2018)
  • COMP 3953: Database Management (Fall 2019)
  • COMP 4113: Programming Languages (Spring 2019)

Graduate Courses

  • CINS 5013: Information Resources Management (Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019)
  • CINS 5063: Data Structures and Algorithms (Spring 2019)
  • COMP 5113: Programming Languages (Fall 2018, Fall 2019)
  • CINS 5073: Information Technology (Spring 2018, Spring 2019)

Students Supervised

  • Adedamola Olujemisin (2019), Master’s in Computer Science. “Developing a Bidding System for Allocating Farming-Land to Small Farmers”
  • Anitha Palusa (2019), Master’s in Computer Science. “A Location-based Advertising System for Small-to-Medium Businesses”
  • Sapna Jaiswal (2019), Master’s in Computer Science. “SmartDelete: A Mobile App for Scheduling Automatic Deletion of Personal Photos”
  • Adeoluwa Akinwa (2019), Master’s in Computer Science. “Developing a Managed Inventory Tag Generation Web Application for Bechtel Corporation”
  • Olumide Stephen Abel (2019), Master’s in Computer Information Systems. “Constructing 3D Maps for Dynamic Environments using Autonomous UAVs and LIDAR Technology”
  • Oladoja Abiose (2019), Master’s in Computer Science. “Stock Price Prediction Using Deep Learning and Sentiment Analysis”
  • Suhib Al Omary (2019), Master’s in Computer Science. “Simulating a Smart Irrigation System using IoT Technology”
  • Tochukwu Eze (2018), Master’s in Computer Information Systems. “Prototyping Distributed Computing Using the Actor Model of Concurrency”
  • Brian Miller (2018), Master’s in Computer Information Systems. “Prototyping Smart Parking using IoT Technology”
  • Idaresit Umoh (2018), Master’s in Computer Information Systems. “E-Campaign: A Storytelling System for Blood Donation”
  • Veena Boppana (2018), Master’s in Computer Information Systems. “Studying Fast Big Data Streams using Spark”
  • Nithin Babu (2018), Master’s in Computer Science. “A Digital Market for Small Farmers’ Production”
  • Adewale Adeniji (2018), Master’s in Computer Information Systems. “iFIND: A Website for Finding Lost Items on Prairie View A& M University”