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Education:

  • PhD. in Electrical Engineering (Oct. 2017 - Now).
  • Research Areas: Big data analysis, optimization, machine learning, super-resolution in distributed sensor networks.
  • Master of Science in Electical Engieering (Aug. 2014 - Jun. 2016).
  • Research Areas: Signal processing, big data analysis, detection and estimation theory, convex optimization, image processing.
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Oct. 2008 - Sept. 2013).
  • CGPA: 8.48/10.00. Valedictorian, First Class (Honours).


  • Experiences:

    Research Experience:

  • Postgraduate researcher in the Communications and Signal Processing Research Group (CSP), at Imperial College London, UK (Oct. 2017 - Now).
  • Research assistant in Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering Division (CEMSE) at King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST), KSA (Aug. 2014 - Aug. 2017).
  • Technical Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing and IEEE Access Journal.
  • Teaching Experience:

    Teaching assistant in:
  • EE4-66: Topics in Large Dimensional Data Processing, Imperial College London, Fall 2018.
  • EE 242: Digital Communication and Coding, KAUST, Fall 2016.
  • AMCS 211: Numerical Optimization, KAUST, Spring 2016.
  • Computer Controlled Systems, University of Khartoum, Fall 2013.


  • Graduate Courses:

    At Imperial College London

  • EE4-66 Topics in Large Dimensional Data Processing, Dr. Wei Dai.
  • At KAUST

  • AMCS 241: Probability and Random Processes, Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini.
  • AMCS 211: Numerical Optimization, Prof. Bernard Ghanem.
  • AMCS 201: Applied Mathematics I, Prof. Ying Wu.
  • EE 251: Digital Signal Processing and Analysis, Prof. Ahmed Sultan Salem.
  • EE 242 : Digital Communication and Coding, Prof. Tareq Y. Al-Nafforui.
  • EE 271A: Control Theory A, Prof. Christian Claudel.
  • EE 271B: Control Theory B, Prof. Taous-Meriem Laleg-Kirati.
  • EE 391A : Advanced Topics in Circuits and Micro-systems, Prof. Khaled N. Salama.