Depending on my level of research funding, I am always looking for highly motivated graduate students to pursue Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees under my supervision. However, I cannot offer you admission directly. You must first apply for admission to the M.Sc. or Ph.D. program in Computer Science at York University before I can talk to you about admission. The application procedure can be found here:
Once your application is submitted, I will see your entire file, and I can make an informed decision at that time.
For M.Sc. applicants, I am generally looking for students who have received high marks in courses on probability, signals and systems, and data communications.
To maximize the likelihood that I will look at your file, give “Networks” or “Signal Processing” as one of your research interests, and mention in your application that you are interested in working with me. (I receive lots of emails from prospective applicants, so there is no guarantee that I will remember hearing from you.)