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Abdul Mustafa

Abdul Mustafa

Professor, School of Applied Computing

Program Area: Mobile Computing

Abdul K Mustafa has extensive teaching and research experience in the fields of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.

He completed his Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh followed by his PhD in Telecommunication Engineering from Victoria University, Australia. During his PhD, he developed novel algorithms for signal conditioning resulting in lower bandwidth expansion and better efficiency for 4G/5G mobile signals.

Abdul has lectured at various universities in Australia while completing a Masters in Business Administration from University of Canberra, Australia before moving to Canada. Apart from teaching, Abdul is also active in applied research at Sheridan’s Center for Mobile Innovations Lab.

Abdul’s research interest includes signal processing, data mining, wireless network and cellular technologies.

Notable publications:

Journals:
1.    A. K. Mustafa, S. Ahmed and M. Faulkner, “Bandwidth limitation for the constant envelope components of a LINC architecture”, Accepted for Publication at Transaction on Circuits and Systems (TCAS 1), 2013. (ERA Rank A)
2.    A. K. Mustafa and Mike Faulkner, “Theoretical Analysis of Hole Punch Signal Conditioning for High Efficiency EER Power Amplifiers,” EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, vol. 2010, Article ID 250949, 8 pages, 2010.
3.    V. Bassoo, K. Tom, A. K. Mustafa, E. Cijvat, H. Sjoland, M. Faulkner, “A potential transmitter architecture for future generation green wireless base station,” EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communication and Networking, vol. 2009, Article ID 821846, 8 pages, 2009.
4.    Kabir, E., Mahmood, A., Wang, H., & Mustafa, A. “Microaggregation Sorting Framework for K-Anonymity Statistical Disclosure Control in Cloud Computing.” IEEE transactions on cloud Computing. Issue 99, August, 2015 (ERA Rank A)
5.    A. K. Mustafa, M. Faulkner, “Repetitive post-conditioning bandwidth Reduction technique for high efficiency LINC architecture using 4G LTE signals,” In preparation for submission to EURASIP Journal.

Book Chapters:
6.    Mahmood, Abdun Naser, Md Enamul Kabir, and Abdul K. Mustafa. "Novel iterative min-max clustering to minimize information loss in statistical disclosure control." International Conference on Security and Privacy in Communication Networks. Springer International Publishing, 2014.