Doctoral student and Research Assistant, University of Oulu
Mohammad Shehab has obtained his B. Sc from Alexandria University in 2011. He worked as TA at Alexandria University and the Arab Academy in Egypt from 2012-2015. He obtained two M. Sc degrees from the Arab Academy and University of Oulu in 2014 and 2017, respectively. He is resuming his doctoral studies with Oulu's Centre for Wireless Communications since October 2017 and working on future wireless networks with focus on energy efficiency in Machine Type Communication. His work so far resulted in 10 conference papers, 4 journal papers, and 1 patent. Mohammad won the best student paper award in ISWCS 2017 for the paper entitled "On the Effective Energy Efficiency of Ultra-reliable Networks in the Finite Blocklength Regime", and the Nokia foundation award consectively for 2018 and 2019.
- Machine-type communications (MTC).
- Ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC)
- Energy efficiency of URLLC
- Optimum power and resource allocation
- Age of Information
- 5G & 6G mobile networks
- Unmanned Aerial vehicles (UAVs)
- Academy of Finland's 6Genesis Flagship Programme (6Genesis.com)
- Machine-type Wireless Communications (MTC)
Technical University of Dresden (Prof. Eduard Jorswieck)– 6.1.2019 to 26.1.2019
Aalborg University (Prof. Petar Popovski)– 29.9.2019 to 1.12.2019