Dr. Eman Hammad

Dr. Eman Hammad is an applied interdisciplinary researcher focusing on trustworthy & resilient complex systems and emerging technologies. She obtained her PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto. Dr. Hammad combines practical experience and theoretical research to shape her vision for practical resilient-by-design solutions in the connected world. She is the director of the innovations in Systems Trust & Resilience (iSTAR) lab at the TAMUS RELLIS campus. Dr. Hammad’s work has been published in more than 50 papers, and was recognized with merit awards (best paper award, best poster award) and has been featured on multiple outlets. Most recently, she was honored as one of Canada’s Top 20 Women in Cybersecurity. Dr. Hammad is a senior IEEE member currently serving as Toronto ComSoc chair, and the co-chair of the IEEE 5G Security working group for the International Network Generations Roadmap (INGR). She delivered numerous invited talks in academic and industrial conferences, chaired and co-chaired several conferences and workshops, and participated in numerous panels. Dr. Hammad is an active advocate for diversity and inclusion in Engineering, Technology and Cybersecurity. Her service has been recognized by IEEE exceptional, chapter achievement, and exemplary service awards.

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