With a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electrical Engineering in progress, Abraham S. Martey, is a Professional Engineer (PrEngr.), Power System Expert, Telecommunication Engineer, Computer Scientist and an Entrepreneur. He earned a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, both in May of 2017 with Distinction from two separate Institutions. In January of 2018, he immediately enrolled within the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa where he was awarded by the University the Postgraduate Merit Award (PhD-MA) and completed his Master of Professional Engineering, MEng(Prof) Degree in Electrical Engineering with triple specializations in Power Systems, Telecommunication Engineering and Avionics in December, of 2019 with Distinction. His research topic was: A comparative performance analysis of Interference Cancellation Techniques for Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) for Wireless network. In January of 2020, he was admitted within the School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of the University of Johannesburg as a full time Research student studying Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, where he was awarded by the University of Johannesburg the Global Excellence Stature, Fourth Industrial Revolution (GES 4.0) Scholarship in support of his Master Studies. His Dissertation topic is: Improved Cluster to Normal Ratio Protocol for Increasing the Lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks! Abraham research interests are Telecommunications Networks, Image Processing & Vision Systems, Information, Data, Network, and Communication Sciences (IDNCS), Signal Processing (SP), Power and Energy Systems Protection and Distributed Generation. He’s a registered and Associate member of several local and International bodies such as SAIEE, IEEE, ASEE, NSPE, IAENG, IET, HS, and ICMEE and he’s also SAIEE Wits Student Chapter Chair. He’s currently an Assistant Professor within the School of Electrical and Information Engineering at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, where he was once a Tutor, Lab Demonstrator, Teaching Assistant and Lecturer.
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