Amro Nour

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Dr. Amro Nour is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS). He received his bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering (minoring in biomedical engineering) from the University of Toronto, Canada in 2008. This was followed by a master’s degree in electrical and biomedical engineering from McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada in 2011. He attained his Doctorate of Philosophy with Highest Honors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Limoges, Leonardo da Vinci Consolidated University, European University Association, Limoges, France in 2016.
Dr. Amro worked in the industry with ABB and Caterpillar before teaching academically in Kuwait, Canada, and France. He is the recipient of various academic scholarships and awards such as the Dartmouth (Ivy League) Fellowship at Thayer School of Engineering, New Hampshire, USA. During his bachelor’s degree, he worked as a research assistant at the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto. During his Ph.D. in XLIM Laboratory, he received funds for multiple governmental projects as part of the European Union’s Galileo GNSS systems development projects.
In addition, Dr. Amro is currently a reviewer for several international conferences and journals including IEEE and IET transactions. His main research focuses on antennas, electromagnetic systems, wireless communication, high-frequency electronics, optoelectronics, and biomedical systems.