Dr. Ashraf Suyyagh (د. أشرف عماد الصياغ) holds a Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from McGill UniversityMontreal, QC, Canada (2019), and an MSc and BSc degrees in Computer Engineering from the University of Jordan in 2011 and 2007, respectively. Dr. Suyyagh is currently an assistant professor at the Computer Engineering Department at the University of Jordan (since 2019). Dr. Suyyagh has an academic teaching and research experience that spans over 11 years at the University of JordanMcGill University, and Vanier College.

He has been awarded the Jordanian Ministry of Higher Education Scholarship to pursue his BSc degree, and the University of Jordan Scholarship to pursue his MSc and Ph.D. degrees. He is the recipient McGill’s Graduate Excellence Fellowship for the years 2012 – 2014. Dr. Suyyagh main research interests include embedded and cyber-physical systems, embedded AI, fault-tolerant, energy, and thermally-aware systems. Along with his Ph.D. Supervisor (Prof. Zeljko Zilic), Dr. Suyyagh has given numerous workshops on Embedded Systems Design and multi-sensor systems integration using ARM Cortex-M processors.

Dr. Suyyagh has been an active IEEE member since January 2011, and 
Jordan Engineers Association member since 2007. He attended Franciscan Sisters School for his elementary and secondary education.​