Mouhamed Abdulla received in 2002, 2005, and 2012, respectively, a B.Eng. degree (with distinction) in electrical engineering, an M.Eng. degree in aerospace engineering, and a Ph.D. degree in telecommunications, all from Concordia University in Montreal, QC, Canada. He currently works as a Systems Engineering Researcher at the Department of ECE in the same university. Moreover, for nearly 7 years since 2003, he has been working at IBM Canada as a Senior Technical Specialist. Dr. Abdulla holds several awards and honors such as the Golden Key Outstanding Scholastic Achievement and Excellence Award (2009) and the IBM Innovation Award (2007). He is professionally affiliated with IEEE, IEEE ComSoc, IEEE GOLD (S'02-GSM'09-M'12), ACM, AIAA, and OIQ. Currently, Abdulla serves as a Member of the Executive Committee for IEEE Montreal Section and serves as its Secretary. In addition, he also serves as the Secretary of IEEE ComSoc and ITSoc. Furthermore, he works as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Technology News Publication, IEEE AURUM Newsletter, and an Editor of the Journal of Next Generation Information Technology and the Advances in Network and Communications Journal. Also, Abdulla regularly serves as a Referee for a number of journal publications such as IEEE, Springer, and EURASIP and contributes as an Examination Item Writer to the prominent IEEE/IEEE ComSoc WCET Certification Program. Besides, he constantly serves as a Technical Program Committee Member for several IEEE international conferences. His fields of interests include wireless communications, error control coding, DSP, and avionics. At present, his research is focused on advancing the fundamentals and characteristics of wireless random networks. Moreover, he has a particular interest in philosophical factors and social aspects related to engineering education and research innovation.
Biography Updated on 28 October 2013