Aminata Garba is an associate teaching professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University Africa. She has worked at the National Institute for Scientific Research (Canada), the National Center for Scientific Research (France) and the Regulatory Authority of Niger in the development and implementation of telecommunications and utilities regulatory frameworks.
Garba's research interests include coding, information theory, signal processing, transceiver design, optical and wireless communication systems, ICT for development, public policy, and regulation.
2009 Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University
2005 MS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGillUniversity
2002 BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Laval University
Garba selected as Next Einstein Forum Fellow
CMU-Africa/ECE’s Aminata Garba was recently selected as a 2017-2019 Next Einstein Forum (NEF) Fellow for her innovative research and findings.