Dr. Elmasry is a Principal Systems Engineer at the Rockwell Collins Advanced Technology Center. He is a winner of the prestigious Hashimoto Prize for achievement and academic excellence in electrical and computer engineering, and he is the sole author of the book: “Tactical Wireless Communications and Networks, Design Concepts and Challenges,” which was selected by IEE as the text book for a graduate course in military communications. Dr. Elmasry has over 50 peer reviewed journal and conference papers, holds numerous patents, and contributed to the AccessScience/McGraw-Hill Education Encyclopedia. He has extensive industry and academic experience with R&D projects, presentations, patents, publications and grant-proposal activities that has led to an in-depth knowledge of telecommunication systems. Dr. Elmasry is a graduate of the New Jersey Institute of Technology with a Ph.D. in Electrical and computer engineering.
- Evolution of Military Tactical Radios
- Integrating UAS into the Managed Airspace Through the Extension of Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Cloud Services
- A Software Defined Networking Framework for Future Airborne Connectivity
- A Distributed, Multi-tiered Network Agent for Heterogeneous MANET Resource Optimization
- Augmenting OLSR with Priority Aware Dynamic Routing for Heterogeneous Networking
- Software-Defined Dynamic Power-Control and Directional-Reuse Protocol for TDMA Radios