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Mamadou
Wade

Contact

Office: 
Room 3109 Downing Hall
Phone: 
202-806-9031
Email: 
mamadou.wade@howard.edu

Faculty Details

Rank: 
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Education: 

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Howard University, Washington, DC
MS, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama
BS, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia
BS, Computer Science, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia (Need about 2 classes)
Graduate Certification in Cybersecurity, Howard University, Washington, DC

Research: 

Publications:

• 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 2017
(ICNCC 2017)

• 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 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)

Subjects Taught: 

Subjects Taught at Howard University:
EECE 306: Fundamentals of Electromagnetics
EECE 306-Lab: Fundamentals of Electromagnetics laboratory

Subjects Taught at Tuskegee University:
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 Network Analysis and Design (Graduate Level)
EENG 0527: Internet/Network Security (Cryptography) (Graduate Level)

Detailed Information

Interests: 

Communication Systems
Image and Signal Processing
Machine Learning
Cyber Security
Software Engineering
Software Applications Development
Power Systems

News

Electrical Engineering Professor Dr. Ahmed Rubaai Named an IEEE Fellow

Thu, February, 11 2016

Howard University’s Ahmed Rubaai, Ph.D., a professor of electrical engineering, has been named an IEEE Fellow and is being recognized for “Contributions to The Development of High-Performance Controls for Electric Motor Drives.”Read More >>

Welcome Electrical and Computer Engineering Class of 2019!

Thu, August, 20 2015

Welcome Electrical and Computer Engineering Class of 2019!Read More >>

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