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 years as an assistant lecturer at the same university and continued his MSc study in Addis Ababa University and received his MSc degree in Communication Engineering 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 de-noising and filtering.
From Februray 2011 to March 2016, he was working in Bahir Dar University as a lecturer where he delivered lectures in Digital Communication, Wireless and Communication Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Antenna and Radio Wave Propagation and Fundamentals of Detection and Estimation Theory. Besides, he participated in various funded projects and researches related to ICT and wireless communication.
Since May 2016, he is a PhD student at the Signal Processing Group at Technische Universität Darmstadt and Dr. Dereje Hailemariam at Addis Ababa University via the Ethio-German Homegrown PhD scholarship program to work his Doctoral degree in the area of signal processing and optimization in massive MIMO systems.