ComNets Lab – Communication Networks Laboratory


Prof. Dr. Fadi Al-Turjman
 

Prof. Dr. Fadi Al-Turjman

 

Applied Artificial Intelligence Research Centre / NEAR EAST UNIVERSITY

 

+90 242 227 4400 (internal 4354)

fadi.alturjman@antalya.edu.tr

Prof. Dr. Fadi Al-Turjman is a Professor at Near East University Applied Artificial Intelligence Research Centre, Turkey. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from Queen’s University, Canada, in 2011. He is a leading authority in the areas of smart/cognitive, wireless and mobile networks’ architectures, protocols, deployments, and performance evaluation. His record spans more than 180 publications in journals, conferences, patents, books and book chapters, in addition to numerous keynotes and plenary talks at flagship venues. He has received several recognitions and best papers’ awards at top international conferences and led a number of international symposia and workshops in flagship ComSoc conferences. He is serving as the Lead Guest Editor in several journals including the IET Wireless Sensor Systems (WSS), MDPI Sensors and Wiley. He is also the publication chair for the IEEE International Conf. on Local Computer Networks (LCN’18). He is the sole author for 6 recently published books about cognition, security and wireless sensor networks’ deployments in smart environments with Taylor and Francis, and the Springer (Top tier publishers in the area).


EDUCATION

  • Ph.D.

(2011) Queen’s University, School of Computing, “Efficient Deployment for Wireless Sensor Networks in Environment Monitoring”

 

  • M.Sc.

(2007) Kuwait University, Computer Engineering (3.85/4)

 

  • B.Sc.

(2004) Kuwait University, Computer Engineering (3.83/4)

 


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Smart-cities and mobile applications
  • Architectures and data-delivery in Information-Centric Networks (ICNs) and Cloud Computing era
  • Economic-based data delivery in the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Integration of heterogeneous enabling technologies in IoT
  • Deployment planning in Next Generation Networks (NGN)
  • Architectures and networking protocols in integrated RFID-Sensor Networks (RSNs)
  • Design and implementation of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) platforms
  • Performance analysis in integrated communication systems

 


PUBLICATIONS

 

Books

  1. F. Al-Turjman & M. Imran, Edited book: “IoT Technologies in Smart-Cities: From Sensors to Big Data, Security and Trust”, to be published with IET press, UK, 2019.
  2. F. Al-Turjman, single author of a book titled: “Security in IoT-enabled Spaces”, to be Published with Taylor and Francis, CRC, New York, 2019.
  3. F. Al-Turjman, single editor of a book titled: “Intelligence in IoT”, to be published with Springer, Switzerland AG, 2019.
  4. F. Al-Turjman, single author of a book titled: “Intelligence in IoT-enabled Smart-Cities”, to be Published with Taylor and Francis, CRC, New York, 2019.
  5. F. Al-Turjman, single editor of a book titled: “Edge Computing: From Hype to Reality”, Published with Springer, Switzerland AG, 2019. ISBN: 978-3-319-99060-6.
  6.  F. Al-Turjman, single editor of a book titled: “Performability in the Internet of Things”, Published with Springer, Switzerland AG, 2018. ISBN 978-3-319-93556-0.
  7. F. Al-Turjman, single author of a book titled: “Smart Things & Femtocells: From Hype to Reality”, Published with Taylor and Francis, CRC, New York, 2018. ISBN 9781138593893.
  8. F. Al-Turjman, single author of a book titled: “Multimedia-enabled Sensors in IoT: Data Delivery & Traffic Modelling”, Published with Taylor and Francis, CRC, New York, 2018.ISBN 978-0-8153-8711-4.
  9. F. Al-Turjman & A. RadwanEdited eBook: “Internet of Things: Applications and Paradigms”, to be published with Avid Science, Berlin, Germany, 2018.
  10. F. Al-Turjman, single author of a book titled: “Wireless Sensor Networks: Deployment Strategies for Outdoor Monitoring”, Published with Taylor and Francis, CRC, New York, 2018. ISBN 9780815375814.
  11.  F. Al-Turjman, single author of a book titled: “Cognitive Sensors & IoT: Architecture, Deployment, and Data Delivery” Published with Taylor and Francis, CRC, New York, 2017. ISBN 978-1-138-10229-3.

 

Journals

  1. F. Al-Turjman, E. Ever, H. Zahmatkesh, “Small Cells in the Forthcoming 5G/IoT: Traffic Modelling and Deployment Overview”, IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, 2018. DOI. 10.1109/COMST.2018.2864779. (IF 20.23).
  2. F. Al-Turjman, and S. Alturjman, “Confidential Smart-Sensing Framework in the IoT Era”, The Springer Journal of Supercomputing, 2018. DOI. 10.1007/s11227-018-2524-1.
  3. F. Al-Turjman, and A. Abdulsalam, “Smart-Grid and Solar Energy Harvesting in the IoT Era: An Overview” Wiley’s Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 2018. DOI. 10.1002/cpe.4896.
  4. S. Demir and F. Al-Turjman, “Energy Scavenging Methods for WBAN Applications: A Review”, IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 18, no. 16, pp. 6477-6488, 2018.
  5. F. Al-Turjman, and S. Alturjman, “5G/IoT-Enabled UAVs for Multimedia Delivery in Industry-oriented Applications”, Springer’s Multimedia Tools and Applications Journal, 2018. DOI. 10.1007/s11042-018-6288-7.
  6. S. Alabady and F. Al-Turjman, “A Novel Approach for Error Detection and Correction for Efficient Energy in Wireless Networks”, Springer Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2018. DOI. 10.1007/s11042-018-6282-0.
  7. D. Deebak, E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, “Analyzing Enhanced Real Time Uplink Scheduling Algorithm in 3GPP LTE-Advanced Networks Using Multimedia Systems”, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications, 2018. DOI. 10.1002/ett.3443.
  8. M. Z. Hasan, and F. Al-Turjman, “Analysis of Cross-layer Design of Quality-of-Service Forward Geographic Wireless Sensor Network Routing Strategies in Green Internet of Things”, IEEE Access Journal, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 20371-20389, 2018. (IF 3.24).
  9. S. Alabady and F. Al-Turjman, and S. Din, “A Novel Security Model for Cooperative Virtual Networks in the IoT Era”, Springer International Journal of Parallel Programming, 2018. (Submitted).
  10. S. Alabady, and F. Al-Turjman, “Low Complexity Parity Check Code for Futuristic Wireless Networks Applications”, IEEE Access Journal, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 18398 – 18407, 2018. (IF 3.24).
  11. S. Choudhury and F. Al-Turjman, “Dominating Set Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks Survivability” IEEE Access Journal, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 17527 – 17532, 2018. (IF 3.24).
  12. F. Al-Turjman, and S. Alturjman, “Context-sensitive Access in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Healthcare Applications”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 2736-2744, 2018. (IF 6.9).
  13. F. Al-Turjman, “Fog-based Caching in Software-Defined Information-Centric Networks”, Elsevier Computers & Electrical Engineering Journal, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 54–67, 2018.
  14. F. Al-Turjman, “QoS–aware Data Delivery Framework for Safety-inspired Multimedia in Integrated Vehicular-IoT”, Elsevier Computer Communications Journal, vol. 121, pp. 33-43, 2018. (IF 3.34).
  15. Alabady and F. Al-Turjman, “LCPC Error Correction Code for Internet of Things Applications”, Elsevier Sustainable Cities and Society, 2018. DOI. 10.1016/j.scs.2018.01.036.
  16. Alchihabi, A. Dervis, E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, “A Generic Framework for Optimizing Performance Metrics by Tuning Parameters of Clustering Protocols in WSNs”, Springer Wireless Networks, 2017. DOI. 10.1007/s11276-018-1665-8.
  17. F. Al-Turjman, “5G-enabled Devices and Smart-Spaces in Social-IoT: An Overview”, Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems, 2017. DOI: 10.1016/j.future.2017.11.035 (IF 3.99).
  18. F. Al-Turjman, “A Rational Data Delivery Framework for Disaster-inspired Internet of Nano-Things (IoNT) in Practice”, Springer Cluster Computing, 2017. DOI: 10.1007/s10586-017-1357-7.
  19. M. Z. Hasan, and F. Al-Turjman, “SWARM-based data delivery in Social Internet of Things”, Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems, 2017. DOI: 10.1016/j.future.2017.10.032. (IF 3.99).
  20. F. Al-Turjman, “Modelling Green Femtocells in Smart-grids”, Springer Mobile Networks and Applications, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 940-955, 2018. (IF 3.26).
  21. F. Al-Turjman, E. Ever, H. Zahmatkesh, “Green Femtocells in the IoT Era: Traffic Modelling and Challenges – An Overview”, IEEE Networks Magazine, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 48-55, 2017. (IF 7.23).
  22. F. Al-Turjman, “Mobile Couriers’ Selection for the Smart-grid in Smart cities’ Pervasive Sensing”, Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems, vol. 82, no. 1, pp. 327-341, 2017. (IF 3.99).
  23. F. Al-Turjman, “Energy–aware Data Delivery Framework for Safety-Oriented Mobile IoT”, IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 470 – 478, 2017.
  24. F. Al-Turjman, “A Cognitive Routing Protocol for Bio-inspired Networking in the Internet of Nano-Things (IoNT)”, Springer Mobile Networks and Applications, 2017. DOI: 10.1007/s11036-017-0940-8. (IF 3.26).
  25. F. Al-Turjman, “Optimized Hexagon-based Deployment for Large-Scale Ubiquitous Sensor Networks”, Springer’s Journal of Network and Systems Management, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 255-283, 2018.
  26. F. Al-Turjman, “Cognitive Routing Protocol for Disaster-inspired Internet of Things”, Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems, 2017. DOI: 10.1016/j.future.2017.03.014 (IF 3.99).
  27. F. Al-Turjman, “Cognitive-Node Architecture and a Deployment Strategy for the Future Sensor Networks”, Springer Mobile Networks and Applications, 2017. DOI: 10.1007/s11036-017-0891-0. (IF 3.26).
  28. F.  Al-Turjman, M.  Imran, “Energy Efficiency Perspectives of Femtocells in Internet of Things: Recent Advances and Challenges”, IEEE Access Journal, vol. 5, pp. 26808 – 26818, 2017. (IF 3.24).
  29. F. Al-Turjman, “Information-Centric Framework for the Internet of Things (IoT): Traffic Modelling & Optimization”, Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems, vol. 80, no. 1, pp. 63-75, 2017. (IF 3.99).
  30. M. Z. Hasan, and F. Al-Turjman, “Optimizing Multipath Routing With Guaranteed Fault Tolerance in Internet of Things”, IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 17, no. 19, 6463-6473, 2017.
  31. M. Z. Hasan, and F. Al-Turjman, “Evaluation of a Duty-Cycled Asynchronous X-MAC Protocol for Vehicular Sensor Networks”, EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, vol. 2017, no. 1, pp. 95, 2017.
  32. F. Al-Turjman,Cognitive Caching for the Future Sensors in Fog Networking”, Elsevier Pervasive and Mobile Computing, vol. 42, pp. 317-334, 2017.
  33. E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, H. Zahmatkesh, and M. Riza, “Modelling Green HetNets in Presence of Failures for Dynamic Large-Scale Applications: A Case-study for Fault Tolerant Femtocells in Smart cities”, Elsevier Computer Networks Journal, vol. 128, pp. 78-93, 2017.
  34. F. Al-Turjman, “Price-based Data Delivery Framework for Dynamic and Pervasive IoT”, Elsevier Pervasive and Mobile Computing Journal, vol. 42, pp. 299-316, 2017.
  35. F. Al-Turjman, Y. K. Ever, E. Ever, H. Nguyen, D. Deebak, “Seamless Key Agreement Framework for Mobile-Sink in IoT based Cloud-centric Secure Public Safety Networks”, IEEE Access, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 24617-24631, 2017. (IF 3.24).
  36. F. Al-Turjman, A. Radwan, S. Mumtaz, and J. Rodriguez, “Mobile Traffic Modelling for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks in IoT”, Elsevier Computer Communications Journal, vol. 112, no. 1, pp. 109-115, 2017. (IF 3.34).
  37. Al-Turjman, and A. Radwan, “Data Delivery in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks: Challenging & Defying in the IoT Era”, IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, vol. 24no. 5, pp. 126 – 131, 2017. (IF 8.97).
  38. Z. Hasan, H. Al-Rizzo and F. Al-Turjman, “A Survey on Multipath Routing Protocols for QoS Assurances in Real-Time Multimedia Wireless Sensor Networks”, IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 1424-1456, 2017. (IF 17.1).
  39. F. Al-Turjman, “Vehicular Speed Management in Smart-cities”, International Journal of Advances in Electronics and Computer Science, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 1-9, 2017.
  40. M. Z. Hasan, F. Al-Turjman and H. Al-Rizzo, “Optimized Multi-Constrained Quality-of-Service Multipath Routing Approach for Multimedia Sensor Networks”, IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 17, no. 7, pp. 2298-2309, 2017.
  41. F. Al-Turjman, M. Gunay, and I. Küçükoğlu, “The Road to Dynamic Future Internet via Content Characterization”, Annals of Telecommunications, vol. 72, no. 3, pp. 209-219, 2017.
  42. F.  Al-Turjman, M.  Imran, A.  Vasilakos, “Value-based Caching in Information-Centric Wireless Body Area Networks”, Sensors Journal, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 1-19, 2017.
  43. F. Al-Turjman, M. Karakoc, and M. Gunay, “Path Planning for Mobile DCs in Future Cities”, Annals of Telecommunications, vol. 72, no. 3, pp. 119-129, 2017.
  44. F. Al-Turjman, “Information-centric sensor networks for cognitive IoT: an overview”, Annals of Telecommunications, vol. 72, no. 1, pp. 3-18, 2017.
  45. F. Al-Turjman, “On Wireless Senor Networks for Plant Phenotyping: An Overview”, International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Science, vol. 1, no.1, pp. 19-22, 2016.
  46. G. Singh, and F. Al-Turjman, “A Data Delivery Framework for Cognitive Information-Centric Sensor Networks in Smart Outdoor Monitoring”, Elsevier Computer Communications Journal, vol. 74, no. 1, pp. 38-51, 2016. (IF 3.34).
  47. G. Singh, and F. Al-Turjman, “Learning Data Delivery Paths in QoI-Aware Information-Centric Sensor Networks”, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 572 – 580, 2016. (IF 7.59).
  48. F. Al-Turjman, and M. Gunay, “CAR Approach for the Internet of Things (IoT)”, IEEE Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 11 – 18, Winter, 2016.
  49. M. Gunay, F. Al-Turjman, I. Küçükoğlu, and Y. Simsek, “A Novel Architecture for Data-Repeaters in the Future Internet”, IEEE Canadian Journal on Electrical and Computer Engineering, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 300 – 306, Fall, 2015.
  50. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Towards prolonged lifetime for deployed WSNs in outdoor environment monitoring”, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks Journal, vol. 24, no. A, pp. 172 – 185, Jan., 2015.
  51. A. Al-Fagih, F. Al-Turjman, W. Alsalih and H. Hassanein, “A priced public sensing framework for heterogeneous IoT architectures,” IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 135-147, Oct. 2013.
  52. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, S. Oteafy, and W. Alsalih, “Towards augmenting federated wireless sensor networks in forestry applications”, Springer: Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Journal, vol. 17, no. 5, pp. 1025-1034, June, 2013.
  53. F. Al-Turjman, A. Alfagih, W. Alsalih, and H. Hassanein, “A delay-tolerant framework for integrated RSNs in IoT”, Elsevier Computer Communications Journal, vol. 36, no. 9, pp. 998–1010, May, 2013. (IF 3.34).
  54. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Quantifying connectivity in wireless sensor networks with grid-based deployments”, Elsevier: Journal of Network & Computer Applications, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 368-377, Jan, 2013.
  55. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Efficient deployment of wireless sensor networks targeting environment monitoring applications”, Elsevier: Computer Communications Journal, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 135–148, Jan. 2013. (IF 3.34).
  56. F. Al-Turjman and H. Hassanein, “Towards augmented connectivity with delay constraints in WSN federation”, Inderscience: International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 97-108, 2012.
  57. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, W. Alsalih, and M. Ibnkahla, “Optimized Relay Placement for Wireless Sensor Networks Federation in Environmental Applications”, Wiley: Wireless Communication & Mobile Computing Journal, vol. 11, no. 12, pp. 1677-1688, Dec. 2011.
  58. S. Al-Harbi, F. Noor, F. Al-Turjman, “March DSS: A New Diagnostic March Test for All Memory Simple Static Faults”, IEEE Transactions on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems, vol. 26, no. 9, pp. 1713-1720, Sept. 2007.

 

Conferences

  1. M. Z. Hasan, F. Al-Turjman, H. Al-Rizzo, J. Rodriguez, A. Radwan, “Internet of Things Task Scheduling in Cloud Environment Using Particle Swarm Optimization”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Global Communications Conf. (GLOBECOM), Abu Dhabi, UAE, 2018. (Accepted).
  2. H. Yatbaz, B. Cinar, A. Gokdemir, E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, H. Nguyen, and A. Yazici, “Hybrid Approach for Disaster Recovery Using P2P Communications in Android”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Chicago, USA, 2018. (Accepted).
  3. K. Hameed, J. Noras, F. Al-Turjman, A. Radwan, J. Rodriguez, R. Abd-Alhameed, “Optimal Array size for Multiuser MIMO”, In Proc. of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, Paphos, Cyprus, 2018. (Accepted).
  4. U. D. Ulusar, G. Celik, E. Turk, F. Al-Turjman and H. Guvenc (2018). “Accurate Indoor Localization for ZigBee Networks”, International Conference on Computer Science and Engineering (UBMK). (Accepted).
  5. Qadir, F. Al-Turjman, V. Tafadzwa, H. Rashid, “Smart Solar Microgrid using Zigbee and Related Security Challenges”, International Conference on Research in Education and Science (ICRES), Marmaris, Turkey, April, 2018. (Accepted).
  6. Qadir, F. Al-Turjman, T. Nesimoglu, “ZIGBEE Based Time and Energy Efficient Smart Parking System using IOT”, International Conference on Research in Education and Science (ICRES), Marmaris, Turkey, April, 2018. (Accepted)
  7. J. Poncha, F. Al-Turjman, S. Alturjman, E. Ever, and S. Abdelhamid, “5G in a Convergent Internet of Things Era: An Overview”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Communications (ICC), Kansas City, MO, USA, 2018. (Accepted).
  8. F. Campioni, S. Choudhury and F. Al-Turjman, “Readers Scheduling for RFID Networks in the IoT Era”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Communications (ICC), Kansas City, MO, USA, 2018. (Accepted).
  9. B. Kizilkaya, M. Caglar, F. Al-Turjman, E. Ever, “An Intelligent Car Park Management System: Hierarchical Placement Algorithm Based on Nearest Location”, In Proc. of the IEEE Int. Conf. on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, Cracow, Poland, 2018. (Accepted).
  10. U. Ulusar, F. Al-Turjman and G. Celik, “An Overview of the Internet of Things and Wireless Communications”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Information Sciences and Engineering (UBMK), Antalya, Turkey, 2017, pp. 506-509.
  11. M. Z. Hasan, F. Al-Turjman, “SWARM-based data delivery framework in the AdHoc Internet of Things”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Global Communications Conf. (GLOBECOM), Singapore, 2017. (Accepted).
  12. F. Al-Turjman, “Vehicular Speed Learning in the Future Smart-cities”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Singapore, 2017. (Accepted).
  13. U. Ulusar, G. Celik, F. Al-Turjman, “Wireless Communication Aspects in the Internet of Things: An Overview”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Singapore, 2017. (Accepted).
  14. F. Al-Turjman, “Positioning in the Internet of Things Era: An Overview”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Engineering and Technology (ICET), Antalya, Turkey, 2017. (Accepted).
  15. Z. Chu1, H. X. Nguyen1, T. A. Le1, M. Karamanoglu1, D. To, E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, and A. Yazici, “D2D Cooperative Communications for Disaster Management”, In Proc. of the IEEE Inter. Conf. on Telecommunications (ICT), Limassol, Cyprus, 2017, pp. 1-5.
  16. Z. Chu1, H. X. Nguyen1, T. A. Le1, M. Karamanoglu1, D. To, E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, and A. Yazici, “Game Theory Based Secure Wireless Powered D2D Communications with Cooperative Jamming”, IEEE Wireless Days conference, Porto, Portugal, 2017, pp. 95-98.
  17. H. Zahmatkesh, E. Ever, F. Al-Turjman, M. Riza, “A Framework for Energy-Consumption in Future HetNets – Towards Green Smart-cities”, In Proc. Of the Inter. Conf. on Internet of Things, Data and Cloud Computing (ICC), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2017. (Accepted).
  18. F. Al-Turjman, “Path Finder for Medical Information Couriers in the IoT Era”, In Proc. Of the Inter. Conf. on Internet of Things, Data and Cloud Computing (ICC), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2017. (Accepted).
  19. F. Al-Turjman, “Identification Framework for Smart Environments in the Era of Cloud-IoT”, In Proc. Of the Inter. Conf. on Internet of Things, Data and Cloud Computing (ICC), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2017. (Accepted).
  20. F. Al-Turjman, “Vehicular Speed Management in Smart-cities”, In Proc. Of the Inter. Conf. on Vehicular, Mobile and Wearable Technology (ICVMWT), Antalya, Turkey, pp. 1-6, Jan. 2017.
  21. F. Al-Turjman, “Impact of User’s Habits on Smartphones’ Sensors: An Overview”, HONET-ICT International IEEE Symposium, Kyrenia, Cyprus, pp. 70-74, Oct. 2016.
  22. F. Al-Turjman, Islam Elgedawy, “IdProF: Identity Provisioning Framework for Smart Environments”, HONET-ICT International IEEE Symposium, Kyrenia, Cyprus, pp. 12-16, Oct. 2016.
  23. F. Al-Turjman, A. Betin-Can, E. Ever, S. Alturjman, “Ubiquitous Cloud-based Monitoring via a Mobile App in Smartphones: An Overview”, IEEE International Conference on Smart Cloud, New York, USA, pp. 1-6, 2016.
  24. F. Al-Turjman, and M. Gunay, “Network Traffic Modeling using Content Demand Ellipses”, In proc. Of the International Conference on Computer Science and Engineering, Tekirdağ, Turkey, pp. 356-361, 2016.
  25. F. Al-Turjman, “Towards Smart eHealth in the Ultra Large-scale Internet of Things Era”, In Proc. Of the International Iranian Conf. on Biomedical Engineering, Tehran, Iran, pp. 102-105, 2016.
  26. F. Al-Turjman, “Hybrid Approach for Mobile Couriers Election in Smart-cities”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Dubai, UAE, pp. 507-510, 2016.
  27. M. Z. Hasan, F. Al-Turjman, H. Al-Rizzo “Evaluation of a Duty-cycled Protocol for TDMA-Based Wireless Sensor Networks”, In Proc. of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, Paphos, Cyprus, pp. 964-969, 2016.
  28. F. Al-Turjman, M. Karakoc, and M. Gunay, “Routing Mobile Data Couriers in Smart-cities” In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Communications (ICC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp. 1-6, 2016.
  29. M. Karakoc, F. Al-Turjman, and M. Gunay, “Routing Approach for Urgent Blood Transportation between Medical Facilities”, In Proc. of the 6th Hospital and Health Services Management Congress, Antalya, Turkey, 2015, pp. 1-1.
  30. R. Özdemir, F. Al-Turjman, M. Günay, “Stay Connected In Vehicular Wireless Networks Using Graph Theory And AI”, The 28th Inter. Conf. of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, Turkey, 2015, pp.121-121.
  31. E. Goceri, F. Al-Turjman, and M. Gunay, “Facial Disorders Detection in the Internet of Things Era”, In Proc. of the 7th International Bioengineering Congress, Izmir, Turkey, 2015. pp. 1-1.
  32. F. Al-Turjman, “On Wireless Sensor Networks for Plant Phenotyping”, In Proc. of the Inter. Conference on Computational & Experimental Science & Engineering (ICCESEN), Antalya, Turkey, 2015, pp. 110-114.
  33. Karakoç M., Günay M., Çiğdem G., F. Al-Turjman, “A Meta-Heuristic Approach For Course Scheduling In Akdeniz University “, The 28th Inter. Conf. of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, Turkey, 2015, pp.116-116.
  34. F. Al-Turjman, I. Küçükoğlu, and M. Gunay, “Placement of Virtual Data Repeaters using the Eccentricity of the Graph and Distribution of Popular Content in the Future Internet”, In Proc. of the Inter. Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, Turkey, 2015, pp. 118-118.
  35. E. Goceri, M. Gunay, and F. Al-Turjman, “Automated Detection Of Facial Disorders (Adfd): A Novel Approach Based-On Digital Photographs”, In Proc. of the Inter. Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, 2015, pp. 126-126.
  36. M. Karakoc, M. Gunay, G. Cigdem, and F. Al-Turjman, “A Meta-Heuristic Approach for Course Scheduling in Akdeniz University”, In Proc. of the Inter. Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, Turkey, May, 2015, pp. 119-119.
  37. Y. Simsek, F. Al-Turjman, and M. Gunay, “Bernoulli polynomials in the Future Internet and Optimization”, In Proc. of the Inter. Symposium on Mathematical Programing (ISMP), Pittsburgh, PA, USA, July, 2015.
  38. M. Karakoc, F. Al-Turjman, and M. Gunay, “On-line Heuristic Approach for Data-Collectors’ Assignment in ITS”, In Proc. of the Inter. Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, Turkey, May, 2015.
  39. M. Gunay, F. Al-Turjman, and I. Küçükoğlu, “Adaptive Placement of Data Publishers Based on Network Demand in ICN”, In Proc. of the Inter. Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society, Antalya, Turkey, May, 2015.
  40. E. Colmenar, F. Al-Turjman, M. Biglarbegian, “Data Delivery and Gathering in IoT Applications: An Overview”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Edmonton, Canada, 2014, pp. 806-811.
  41. M. Qutqut, H. Abou-zeid, H. Hassanein, A. Rashwan, and F. Al-Turjman, “Dynamic Small Cell Placement Strategies for LTE Heterogeneous Networks”, In Proc. of the IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), Madeira, Portugal, 2014, pp. 1-6.
  42. N. Haggag, A. Noureldin, and F. Al-Turjman, “Radial Basis Neural Network Function (RBNNF)-based Positioning System” In Proc. of the IEEE Queen’s Biennial Symposium on Communications (QBSC), Kingston, ON., Canada, 2014. (Accepted).
  43. G. Singh, M. Abu-Elkheir, F. Al-Turjman, and A. Taha, “Towards Prolonged Lifetime for Large-scale Information-Centric Sensor Networks” In Proc. of the IEEE Queen’s Biennial Symposium on Communications (QBSC), Kingston, ON., Canada, 2014, pp. 87-91.
  44. T. El Salti, D. Stacy, N. Nasir, and F. Al-Turjman, “Packet delivery significance and metrics improvements in protocols for 3-D routing in Wireless Sensor Networks” In Proc. of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2014, pp. 1130-1135.
  45. G. Singh, and F. Al-Turjman, “Cognitive Routing for Information-Centric Sensor Networks in Smart Cities” In Proc. of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), Nicosia, Cyprus, 2014, pp. 1124 – 1129.
  46. M. Biglarbegian and F. Al-Turjman, “Path Planning for Data Collectors in Precision Agriculture WSNs”, In Proc. of the International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), Nicosia, Cyprus, 2014, pp. 483 – 487.
  47. F. Al-Turjman, A. Al-Fagih, and H. Hassanein, “A Value-Based Cache Replacement Approach for Information-Centric Networks”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Sydney, Australia, 2013, pp. 902-909.
  48. M. Qutqut, F. Al-Turjman, and H. Hassanein, “HOF: A History-based Offloading Framework for LTE Networks Using Mobile Small Cells and Wi-Fi”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Sydney, Australia, 2013, pp. 77-83.
  49. F. Al-Turjman and H. Hassanein, “Enhanced data delivery framework for dynamic Information-Centric Networks (ICNs)”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Sydney, Australia, 2013, pp. 831-838.
  50. F. Al-Turjman, A. Al-Fagih, W. Alsalih and H. Hassanein, “Reciprocal public sensing for integrated RFID Sensor Networks,” In Proc. of the IEEE International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), Cagliari, Sardinia-Italy, 2013, pp. 746-751.
  51. M. Qutqut, F. Al-Turjman, and H. Hassanein, “MFW: Mobile Femtocells utilizing WiFi”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Communications (ICC), Budapest, Hungary, 2013, pp. 5020-5024.
  52. A. Alfagih, F. Al-Turjman, and H. Hassanein, “Online Heuristics for Monetary-Based Courier Relaying in RFID-Sensor Networks”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Communications (ICC), Budapest, Hungary, 2013, pp. 293-297.
  53. S. Oteafy, F. Al-Turjman, and H. Hassanein, “Pruned Adaptive Routing in the Heterogeneous Internet of Things”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Global Communications Conf. (GLOBECOM), Anaheim, California, 2012, pp. 232-237.
  54. A. Alfagih, F. Al-Turjman, and H. Hassanein, “Ubiquitous Robust Data Delivery for Integrated RSNs in IoT”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Global Communications Conf. (GLOBECOM), Anaheim, California, 2012, pp. 298-303.
  55. A. Alfagih, F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and W. Alsalih, “Coverage-based Placement in RFID Networks: An Overview”, In Proc. of the FTRA International Conference on Mobile, Ubiquitous, and Intelligent Computing (MUSIC), Vancouver, ON, 2012, pp. 220-224.
  56. F. Al-Turjman, W. Alsalih, and H. Hassanein, “Towards augmented connectivity in federated wireless sensor networks”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications and Networking (WCNC), Paris, France, 2012, pp. 1882 – 1886.
  57. F. Al-Turjman, A. Alfagih, and H. Hassanein, “A Novel Cost-Effective Architecture and Deployment Strategy for Integrated RFID and WSN Systems”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC), Maui, Hawaii, 2012, pp. 835 – 839.
  58. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and S. Oteafy, “Towards Augmenting Federated Wireless Sensor Networks”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies (ANT), Niagara Falls, ON. Canada, 2011, pp. 224-231. (Best paper award)
  59. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Optimized Wireless Sensor Network Federation in Environmental Applications”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Global Communications Conf. (GLOBECOM), Houston, Texas, 2011, pp. 1-5.
  60. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Optimized Relay Placement to Federate Wireless Sensor Networks in Environmental Applications”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Workshop on Federated Sensor Systems (FedSenS), Istanbul, Turkey, 2011, pp. 2040-2045.
  61. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Optimized Relay Repositioning for Wireless Sensor Networks Applied in Environmental Applications”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing conf. (IWCMC), Istanbul, Turkey, 2011, pp. 1860-1864.
  62. F. Al-Turjman, A. Alfagih, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Deploying Fault-Tolerant Grid-Based Wireless Sensor Networks for Environmental Applications”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Workshop on Wireless Local Networks (WLN), Denver, Colorado, 2010, pp. 731-738.
  63. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Quantifying Connectivity of Grid-based Wireless Sensor Networks under Practical Errors”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Denver, Colorado, 2010, pp. 224-227.
  64. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Quantifying the Effects of Placement Errors on WSN Connectivity in Grid-based Deployments”, In Proc. of the IEEE Queen’s Biennial Symposium on Communications (QBSC), Kingston, ON., 2010. pp. 59-62.
  65. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Connectivity optimization with realistic lifetime constraints for node placement in environmental monitoring”, In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Zürich, 2009, pp. 617-624.
  66. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Connectivity optimization for wireless sensor networks applied to forest monitoring”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conf. on Communications (ICC), Dresden, Germany, 2009, pp. AHSN11.5.1-5.
  67. F. Al-Turjman, M. Ibnkahla, and H. Hassanein, “An overview of wireless sensor networks for ecology and forest monitoring”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing and its Applications (WoSPA), Sharqa, UAE, 2008.
  68. S. Al-Fedaghi, and F. Al-Turjman, “Conceptual Modelling: A Privacy Perspective”, In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST), Cairns, Australia, 2007, pp. 21-23.
  69. A. Muqaddas, F. Al-Turjman, and S. Habib, “Impact of Dynamic Channel Assignment Algorithms on Blocking Probability in Ad Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks”, In the 10th annual Symposium Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (SPECTS), San Diego, California, 2007.

 

Patents

  1. M. Ibnkahla and F. Al-Turjman (2014), Wireless Sensor Networks for Environment Monitoring, IP disclosure submitted in 2014 to PARTEQ Innovations. (PhD. Work)
  2. S. Al-Harbi, F. Noor, and F. Al-Turjman (2009), March DSS: Memory Diagnostic Test, No. 20090199057, patent published in 2009. (MSc. Work)
  3. S. Al-Hadhoud, A. Alhudhoud, F. Noor, F. Al-Turjman, M. Ahmed, M. Hussain, R. Abdulwahab, A. AlNaki, S. Al-Harbi, R, Al-Oufan, and H. Al-Ajeel (2008), Flipping Trash Can, No. 20080203091, patent published in 2008. (MSc. Work)

 

International Workshops & Posters

  1. M. Qutqut, and F. Al-Turjman, “Mobile Femtocells utilizing WiFi (MFW): A data offloading framework for cellular networks using mobile femtocells”, In the 4th annual Queen’s Graduate Computing Society Conference (QGCSC), Kingston, ON., 2013.
  2. A. Alfagih, and F. Al-Turjman, “A Courier-based Integrated RSN Architecture for IoT Applications”, In the 3rd annual Queen’s Graduate Computing Society Conference (QGCSC), Kingston, ON., 2012.
  3. F. Al-Turjman, A. Alfagih, and H. Hassanein, “Relays Placement towards Federated Wireless Sensor Networks”, In the 3rd annual WiSense workshop program, Ottawa, ON., 2011.
  4. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Cost-Effective Approach in Integrated RFID and WSN Systems”, In the 3rd annual WiSense workshop program, Ottawa, ON., 2011.
  5. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Wireless Sensor Networks Deployment in Outdoor Environment Monitoring Applications”, In the weekly WiSense seminar series, Ottawa, ON., 2011.
  6. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Quantifying Connectivity of Grid-based Wireless Sensor Networks”, In the 2nd annual Queen’s Graduate Computing Society Conference (QGCSC), Kingston, ON., 2011.
  7. F. Al-Turjman, H. Hassanein, and M. Ibnkahla, “Efficient & Practical Deployment of Wireless Sensor Networks Targeting Environment Monitoring Applications”, In the 1st annual Queen’s Graduate Computing Society Conference (QGCSC), Kingston, ON., 2010.
  8. F. Al-Turjman, A. Al-Maaitah, B. Al-Nabulsi, Z. El-Jabi, A. Abu-Alkhier, and M. Ibnkahla, “Design and Hardware Implementation of Wireless Sensor Networks for Environment Monitoring”, In the 2nd annual WiSense workshop program, Kingston, ON., 2010.
  9. F. Al-Turjman, A. Al-Maaitah, Z. El-Jabi, A. Abu-Alkhier, and M. Ibnkahla, “Wireless Sensor Networks for Natural Resources Assessment and Monitoring”, In the Ontario Centers of Excellence (OCE) – Earth and Environmental Technology, Ottawa, ON., 2009.
  10. F. Al-Turjman, M. Ibnkahla, and H. Hassanein, “Wireless Sensor Networks for Natural Resources Assessment and Forestry Applications”, In the Ontario Centers of Excellence (OCE) – Earth and Environmental Technology, Guelph, ON., 2008.

 


FUNDED PROJECTS

  1. 2018: Newton Institutional Links grants with British Council (~£97507.92) (submitted and under review).
  2. 2017: Wireless Agriculture Senor An Implementation in Precision Agriculture (~$500,000): In this research we aim to design and implement a wireless network to handle remote monitoring and control of a large number of sensing and monitoring devices under variable density and mobility conditions in precision agriculture.
  3. 2016: Newton Institutional Links grants (British Council) ID-216429427 (~£97507.92): In this research we proposed Location-based Control and Management System for Safety Warning and Emergency Rescuing Services using LTE D2D Technology.
  4. 2015: SRP-Intercampus Grant, Northern Cyprus FEN-16-k-6 (~$20,000): In this research we proposed an automated virtual profile creation framework via mobile sensory data over the Cloud.
  5. 2015: SRP Grant, Northern Cyprus FEN-16-YG-5 (~$20,000): In this project we aim at enabling Ultra Large Scale (ULS) sensing in the green Internet of Things era.
  6. 2014: Tubitak 3001- No. 115E198, Turkey (~$30,000): This research is investigating innovative integrated platforms and data delivery techniques to satisfy the variety of the emerging applications’ requirements and user expectations in terms of interoperability, resource management and pricing. It significantly contributes to the global efforts of developing techniques and tools for the commercially-viable communication systems in the future Internet.
  7. 2013: NSERC Discovery grant, Canada (~$125,000): This research fund aims to devise enhanced data delivery solutions that can promptly provide the Canadian telecommunications sector, both vendors and service providers, data-centric networks that enable the realization of the Future Internet (Internet of Things) ahead of our international competitors. This is a complementary project, in which I aim at connecting the unconnected objects in a data-centric fashion, where data is located by its name not by the physically hosting device of that data.
  8. 2013: Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, Canada (~$120,000): This research proposes a new system in which the highway can modify the speed limits adaptively based on the weather and road conditions. This is another project that aims at realizing one particular aspect of the smart planet concept by realizing a smart highway in the next generation intelligent transportation systems. It is expected to have a remarkable impact on the safety of Ontario’s highways, which is accompanied by a substantial economic gain.
  9. 2013: NSERC Engage grant, Canada (~$USD 24,000): In this project self-powered data collectors with wireless communications was utilized in providing the most benefits for the least cost in realizing Precision Agriculture (PA). We will prioritize a wireless, ease of installation and plug-and-play capabilities, resulting in a reliable solution that will increase the efficiency of the crop production throughout the proposed project. It will be a great opportunity with the Modern DSP Inc. to show up the brilliant side of utilizing modern technologies in PA.
  10. 2013: Startup Fund from UoG, Canada (~$30,000): Its main purpose is to purchase on-going research equipment, and support other funding programs that require matching funds. This fund is mainly targeted to support research prior to obtaining funding from other sources. While working at the School of Engineering, University of Guelph (UoG), I had the opportunity to apply towards multiple large scales projects related to industrial and governmental applications not only in Canada; viz., Optimized Data Delivery in the Future Internet (NSERC Discovery’14 – Individual research project), but also outside Canada; viz., High Capacity Wireless Senor Networks for Precision Agriculture Applications: Theory and Implementation (NPRP 7-1638-2-607), with a group of researchers in Qatar.
  11. 2009-2012: While working at the TRL in the school of computing, Queen’s University, I had the opportunity to contribute towards multiple large scales projects related to industrial and governmental applications in Canada; viz., Screen Health Monitoring and Fault Detection using WSNs at Syncrude Canada Inc., WSNs for Forestry and Wildlife Monitoring that has been supported by the Ministry of Natural Resources, Canada. I participated in writing several major grant and research proposals. These proposals were made to both governmental and industrial entities, including NSERC, Ontario Center of Excellence (OCE), Canadian Microelectronics Corporation (CMC), and Syncrude in Canada.

 


WORK EXPERIENCES

  1. (2018 – present) Professor – Department of Computer Engineering, Antalya Bilim University (Antalya, Turkey)
  2. (2015 – 2018) Associate Professor  – Department of Computer Engineering, METU NCC (Northern Cyprus)
  3. (2013 – 2015) Assistant Professor – School of Engineering, University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada)
  4. (2013 – Present) Adjunct Assistant Professor – Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Queen’s University (Ontario, Canada)
  5. (2011 – 2013) Post-doctoral Fellow – Telecommunications Research Lab (TRL), School of Computing, Queen’s University (Ontario, Canada)
  6. (2007 – 2011) Teaching Assistant / Research Assistant – School of Computing, Queen’s University (Ontario, Canada)
  7. (2004 – 2007) Computer Engineer – College for Women, Kuwait University-Dean’s Office (Kuwait)
  8. (2005 – 2007) Lecturer – Department of Information Science, Kuwait University-College for Women and Telecommunication & Navigation Institute (Kuwait)
  9. (2005 – 2007) Teaching Assistant & Lab Instructor – College of Engineering, Kuwait University (Kuwait)
  10. (2004 – 2007) Research Assistant – College of Engineering, Kuwait University (Kuwait)
  11. (2003 – 2004) Computer Engineer – MTC-Vodafone Telecommunications Company (Kuwait)

 


PERSONAL INFO

 

Academic Ranks

  • Professor: 2018
  • Associate Professor: 2015
  • Assistant Professor: 2011

 

Conference & Workshop Organizer

  • Publications’ General Chair of the IEEE LCN 2018
  • Workshops’ General Chair of the IEEE LCN 2017
  • General Chair of the 2016: Smart Cities and Smart Mobility Platforms symposium in IEEE IWCMC’16
  • Students Grant Chair of the IEEE LCN 2016
  • Registration chair of the 2015: IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN’15)
  • Registration chair of the 2014: IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN’14)
  • Co-Chair of the 2014: Wireless Sensor Networks Symposium, in IEEE IWCMC’14
  • Chair of the 2013: Wireless Local Networks, in conjunction with IEEE LCN’13
  • Organizer of the 2012: Smart vehicles in the IoT era, School of Computing, Queen’s University
  • TPC-Chair of the 2012: Green Internet of Things, in conjunction with IEEE Globecom’12
  • Co-Chair of the 2012: Wireless Local Networks, in conjunction with IEEE LCN’12
  • Co-Chair of the 2012: Integrated Enabling Technologies, in conjunction with MUSIC’12

 

Conference Technical Program Committee Member

  • 2015: IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications
  • 2015: International Conference of the Jangjeon Mathematical Society (ICJSM)
  • 2012’13’14’15: IEEE Local Computer Networks Conference (LCN)
  • 2014: IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM)
  • 2014: IEEE Wireless Communications & Networking Conference (WCNC)
  • 2014: IEEE International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing (IWCMC)
  • 2013: IEEE International Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)
  • 2012’13: IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC)
  • 2012’13: IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)
  • 2010’11’12: IEEE International Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)
  • 2012: IEEE Future Information Technology (FutureTech)
  • 2011: IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)
  • 2011: IEEE MAC protocols, Systems, and applications (MASS)

 

Book Referee

  • Since 2010: Referee for a number of top book publishers including Wiley & Sons, Springer, CRC Press, etc

 

Journal Referee

  • Since 2007: Referee for a number of top journals including, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE
    Transactions on Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on
    Wireless Communications, Journal of Computer Communications, Elsevier, and Journal of Parallel and
    Distributed Computing, Elsevier.

 

Conference Referee

  • Since 2007: Referee for major conferences including, IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM), IEEE Global Communications (GLOBECOM), IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), IEEE International Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), IEEE International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing (IWCMC), IEEE Local Computers and Networks (LCN), IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), IEEE MAC protocols, Systems, and applications (MASS), IEEE Future Information Technology (FutureTech), and IEEE Mobile, Ubiquitous, and Intelligent Computing (MUSIC).

 

Professional Memberships

  • 2011 – 2014: Sprouts Sensor Platform Team
  • 2008 – 2011: Monitoring Natural Resources Group
  • 2007 – present: Wireless Sensor Networks Group @ TRL, Queen’s University
  • 2007 – present: IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc)
  • 2007 – present: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • 2005 – present: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

 

Links


Son Güncelleme : 3 August Friday 2018
41
Contact

E-mail: comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr

Telephone: +90 242 227 4400 (4361)

Location: ComNets Lab, Computer Engineering Department, Akdeniz University Campus, 07070 Konyaalti/Antalya/TURKEY

GPS: 36°53’51.8″N 30°38’59.3″E

Mission

The mission of ComNets Lab is to provide conduct scientific production in the fields of communication networks with a universal level through high quality research abilities. Improve technologies in order to contribute to the technological transformation of information, to meet the needs of society at a high level in the fields of knowledge, technology and other areas.

Vision

The vision of ComNets Lab is to become a distinguished laboratory which continuously enhances the quality of its work which is sensitive to the entrepreneurial, and recognized internationally. The lab aims to increase the number of disabled people and women in those areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages them to apply.

Links
Translate »