Date(s) - 12 Jun 2018
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
3043 ECpE Building Addition
Speaker: Mohamed Selim, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University
Title: Computing Networking and Systems: Teaching and Research Perspectives
Abstract: This talk will highlight the teaching and research activities of Selim. First, the talk will introduce Selim’s teaching philosophy with a brief background of his teaching experience and teaching interests. His experience with modern teaching approaches, such as team based learning and its applicability to ISU courses will be highlighted. This will be followed by introducing some of Selim’s recent research contributions that are focused on self-healing in 4G/5G networks. His latest contribution that uses a hybrid approach between ground base-stations and Drones/UAVs to achieve self-healing will be presented in detail. Finally, his future research directions will be presented.
Bio: Mohamed Y. Selim received his B.Sc. from Suez Canal University, Egypt, in 2006 and his first M.Sc. from Portsaid University, Egypt, in 2011. He was a visiting scholar at Iowa State University (ISU) from 2014 till 2015. Then, he received his second M.Sc. degree from Iowa State University, USA, in 2016. Selim got the Teaching Excellence Award from the graduate college at ISU in 2016. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, ISU, USA, working with Prof. Ahmed E. Kamal. His primary research interests are heterogeneous wireless networks, 4G/5G networks, Drone-based communications and self-organizing networks.