Before joining NetSys
@ UC Berkeley, I was a researcher at the Department of Computer Science
at ETH Zurich.
My research interests are in the areas of computer networking and distributed systems.
I am broadly interested in understanding and tackling problems afflicting modern network systems.
I completed my Ph.D. from ETH Zurich.
My dissertation's research focus has been on designing new protocols that improve low-power wireless network's coexistence.
My dissertation incorporates concepts from signal processing and
machine learning into the design of cognitive network protocols to tackle the wireless coexistence challenge facing emerging low-power wireless systems.
I have also been a research intern at the Stanford University
during my Ph.D.
I have received a Master's degree in CS from RWTH Aachen University, Germany and a Bachelor degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Birzeit University, Palestine.