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  • Hi! My name is Ahmed

    "To find the answer, you must know the answer"
    - U of T Engineering Class of 4T3

About Me


Ahmed Abdulkadir

Electrical and Computer Engineering

I am an Engineering Science student at the University of Toronto, majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I love playing and watching all sorts of sports, and I am an avid Liverpool and Raptors fan. In my spare time I like to read, travel and explore urban areas, and pull my hair out when I watch my teams frustrate.

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Projects


Here are some cool things I've been working on recently!

If you want to see other projects and events I've worked on, go ahead and click here.

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Experience


I have had experience working in design, programming, and academic research. These are some of the work I have done, and you can see more on my resume.

Resume

IBBME - Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

In the summer of 2017, I will be doing research into developing adaptive rehabilitation technology for individuals with neurological injuries. The research is being done at Toronto Rehab in collaboration with the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering.

MAG International Electromechanical Works

I worked on the design of electrical systems during the construction of a residential building in Dubai, UAE. I proposed and reviewed cable layout plans, reviewed power output calculations and coordinated with the electrical foremen on site.

Skule Engineering Stores

As part of the executive team, I designed and edited graphical assets for the bookstore's marketing and web content. I created content for social media to advertise new products and services.

Fun Things


I like to write about sports, reviews of books I've read, interesting designs I see, or random ideas that come to my head. Here are some of my nicer articles, and you can see more on my blog.

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If you any questions or comments about what I do, don't hesitate to send an email! You can also reach me on Facebook or Twitter.

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