Wireless Internet and Networking Systems (WINS) Laboratory is located at the Department of Computer Science, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro Campus. We at WINS strive to the cutting-edge research and development efforts in the wider range of telecommunications and wireless connectivity for the betterment and improvement of our lifestyles. WINS team always seek research opportunities to investigate network layer issues including routing protocols, architectures, MAC layer modeling and analysis, connected vehicles, smart health, future internet architectures, and network management. Our research topics include: 
  • Vehicular Communications (Routing, MAC)
  • Next Generation Networks (Information/Content-Centric and Named Data Networking)
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Connected and Smart Communities
  • Sensors & Ad-hoc Networks 
  • Smart & Mobile Health
Note for Prospective Graduate Students:
I am looking for self-motivated students to join us at Georgia Southern University, Computer Science Department for pursuing Masters in Computer Science. If you have a valid GRE score and TOEFL score available with precise research statement, you can send me an email at sh.ahmed[at] For possible Graduate Assistantships and Research Assistant positions, please feel free to visit our CS Department website [Click Here].

Note for Prospective Undergrads (Current residents of EAGLE Nation ONLY):

I am always looking for undergrad students in their Senior Year to conduct a research on some mutual topics of wireless communications. Please feel free to stop by during my office hours posted at my office (Room 2331) door or you can send me an email to schedule a meeting.

Note for Prospective PostDocs and Visiting Scholars:
I am always open to discuss opportunities for visiting scholars at Georgia Southern. If you are self-funded by your institution or government, I will be happy to host you as a visiting researcher or a Post Doc, based on our mutual understanding of your research plan. At the moment, I don't have funds to host any PostDoc or Visiting Scholar, hence my response to funded positions will be a bit limited.