Member of the Signal Processing Group at the Institute of Telecommunications, TU Darmstadt
Office: S3|06 257
Amare obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 2006 from Bahir Dar University (Ethiopia). Then, he worked for two year as an assistant lecturer at the same university, and continued his MSc study in Communication Engineering from Addis Ababa University. He earned his MSc degree in Communication Engineering from Addis Ababa University in January, 2011.
His Masters thesis was on “Adaptive Resource Allocation Techniques in OFDM Systems” which was aimed to develop intelligent adaptive resource allocation algorithms for multi-user OFDM systems. His BSc thesis was on “Adaptive Weiner Filter Design for Image Signal Purification and Analysis” which was aimed to design adaptive Weiner filter for image signal denoising and filtering.
From Februray, 2011 – March, 2016, he has worked as a lecturer in Bahir Dar Institute of Technology – Bahir Dar University. During that time, he gave lectures to undergraduate students, participated on various funded projects and researches, and served at different managerial activities.
In May, 2016, Amare has joined the signal processing group to work his Doctoral degree in the area of “Robust Detection and Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks”.