t_ealolaby

Diplome.
Mohammad Emad Alolaby
t_ealolaby@svuonline.org

Qualifications: 

Ph.D in Telecommunications Engineering Malaysia Technology University (UTM) (Dec 2016 – Ongoing)
Executive Master of Business Administration - EMBA (GPA: 84.5/100) (Ranked as the 4th) Higher Institute of Business Administration (Sponsored by EU) • Damascus, Syria. (Aug 2005 – September 2007)
M.S. in Electrical Engineering (GPA: 3.89/4.0) Southern Illinois University • Carbondale, IL. USA (Aug 2000 – Aug 2002)
B.S. in Electronics Engineering (Ranked among the top 5% students) University of Damascus • Damascus, Syria. (Sep 1994 – July 1999)

Programs list: 

BACT

Courses list: 

BACT.CCN402 - Digital Transmission and Broadband Access Technologies

Academic experience: 

Teacher Assistant for Analog and Digital Communications (Graduate level course)Southern Illinois University January 2002 - May 2002
Research Assistant: Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (For AMEREN corporation, St. Louis Missouri) Southern Illinois University January 2001 - May- 2001 & August 2001 – December 2001
Teacher Assistant for Wireless and Personal Communications (Graduate level course) Southern Illinois University August 2001 – December 2001 (Part Time)

Publications: 

- Survey of Enablers to Overcome Latency in 5G Radio Access Networks – International conference on telematics and future generation networks (TAFGEN 2020) – KL Malaysia
- Reduction of HARQ latency for URLLC 5G services based on network slicing and Massive MIMO hybrid beamforming – International conference on telematics and future generation networks (TAFGEN 2020) – KL Malaysia
- Ethical issues in social media from an Islamic perspective- International Conference on Human Capital and Knowledge Management (ICHCKM 2017) – KL Malaysia
• Simulation of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) (Fall 2001)
• Simulation of Processor sharing queuing discipline in ISA approach (Spring 2001)
• Simulation of a Rayleigh fading cellular channel (Fall 2000) Client-Server Encrypted data communication (Socket Programming) (Fall 2000)
• Design and implementation of an Oscilloscope & Function Generator PC Card (Spring 1998 • University of Damascus)
• Design and implementation of PC controlled system for detection of a moving speaker in Space and tracking it with a light (Spring 1999 • University of Damascus)
• Identification of the technical platform of a knowledge management system most suitable for a multi-national telecommunications group (EMBA Thesis • HIBA)
Blind Modulation Classification for adaptive OFDM (MS. In Electrical Engineering Thesis • Southern Illinois University)