cfaed Seminar Series

cfaed Seminar Series

Mohammad Shehab

Energy Efficiency for Utlra Reliable and Low Latency Communication

15.01.2019 (Tuesday) , 10:00 - 11:30
FAL 07/08, Falkenbrunnen , Würz , 01187 Dresden


The new generations of mobile communication are expected to support a
multitude of smart devices interconnected via machine-to-machine (M2M)
type networks, enabling the Internet of Things (IoT). Energy efficient
transmission while guaranteeing quality-of-service (QoS) is an ultimate
goal in the design of 5G and 6G. QoS constraints ranging from low
latency in the order of few milliseconds with extremely low packet loss
rate are key requirements for Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communication
(URLLC). To satisfy extremely low latency in emerging technologies such
as wireless sensor networks, and smart grids, an attractive solution is
communication on short packets.  In most cases, URLL application devices
have limited power resources which dictates careful planning of
throughput maximization with wise energy consumption models. This urges
the invention of low power consumption, energy efficient and green
communication schemes while incorporating the M2M traffic models.

Everybody welcome!

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 the 5G project with
focus on Ultra Reliable and Machine Type Communication. His work so far
resulted in 7 conference papers and 3 journal papers. 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".

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