Dr. Ajmery Sultana

Vice-Chair , Communication Chapter and Vehicular Technology Chapter 

Dr. Ajmery received her Ph.D degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Toronto, ON, Canada, in 2018. She served as a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Computer Science at Toronto Metropolitan University from 2018-2019. She worked as part-time faculty at Toronto Metropolitan University, Ontario Tech University and Algoma University, ON, Canada from 2019-2022. She joined as an Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science and Technology, Algoma University (Brampton Campus) in August 2022 where she is currently continuing her research and teaching career successfully.

Her journey with IEEE began during her graduate studies at Toronto Metropolitan University, where she discovered IEEE as an invaluable platform for publishing research work and expanding professional networks. Volunteering for various IEEE conferences and summits further enriched her knowledge and connections within the field. In 2021, she started volunteering the role of Vice Chair at IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) in the Toronto Section, where she organized seminars and workshops, fostered collaboration with other chapters, and actively contributed to membership development. Recognized for her dedication, she was nominated as an IEEE Young Professional Ambassador for VTS in 2024, empowering emerging leaders within their communities. Currently, she is serving as Vice Chair for IEEE Communication Society in the Toronto Section, striving to advance the Society and deliver high-quality products and services.”

Her research interests encompass radio resource management for 6G-Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven solutions for communication and networking systems. Recently, there has been significant attention from researchers in the Electric Vehicle (EV) domain toward Blockchain technology. Her research portfolio also includes Blockchain-enabled energy trading in Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure. Furthermore, she is exploring the rapidly growing field of quantum technology, focusing on Towards Secure and Efficient Communication: Leveraging Quantum Technologies.”