Mohammed Karmoose

Feb. 11th, 2011: The scent of freedom

News Feed:

  • Our paper titled "Using mm-Waves for Secret Key Establishment" was accepted in the IEEE Communications Letters.
  • Our conference paper titled "Distorting an Adversary's View in Cyber-Physical Systems" was accepted in CDC 2018.
  • Our journal paper titled "Simplifying Wireless Social Caching via Network Coding" was accepted in IEEE Trans. Comm.

Contact Info:

63-149, Eng. IV

mkarmoose[at]ucla[dot]edu m_h_karmoose[at]alexu[dot]edu[dot]eg

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My name is Mohammed Karmoose, a PhD student at UCLA Henri Samueli School, a member of the ARNI lab, and previously a TA in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department in Alexandria University.


I am currently pursuing a PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering under the supervision of Prof. Christina Fragouli. I got my B.Sc. and MS in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Alexandria University. My thesis was supervised by Dr. Karim Seddik.

Research Interests:

My current research interests are: distributed detection and estimation, array signal processing, digital signal processing, wireless sensor networks and cognitive radio networks.