Ibe Oliver

Ibe Oliver was elected as an AAS Fellow in 2015. As a fellow, Ibe Oliver contributes to the development of the Academy’s strategic direction through participation in AAS activities and governance structures. . This gears the Academys vision of transforming african lives through science.

Year elected
Engineering Technology & Applied Sciences

Prof Ibe is an Associate Dean of Engineering for Undergraduate Studies at the University of Massachusetts in the US. He has made a significant contribution to the architecture, stochastic modeling, performance analysis and management of emerging communication network technologies; and significant accomplishment in engineering leadership and engineering education: 16 years of direct industry experience, rising up to the position of the Director of Network Architecture in major high tech companies and Chief Technology Officer in two start-ups As a network architect and director of network architecture in the telecommunications industry, he contributed significantly to the research and development of communication network products and services Won 3 teaching excellence awards in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UMass Lowell within a period of 12 years Sole author of 10 books on communication networks and applied probability, and a contributor to 5 other books Listed on 9 patents in different computer systems and telecommunications technologies Current citation of more than 1450, h-index of 18 and i10-index of 31 in Google Scholar As a faculty advisor of the National Society of Black Engineering UML chapter,  he contributed to the success of many at-risk black students who would otherwise have dropped out of their engineering programmes