About me

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University . I am a member of the Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB). I am working with Prof. Marco Gruteser. Prior joining Rutgers University, I received my Masters Degree from the Wireless Intelligent Networks Center (WINC) at the Nile University in July 2011 and received my Bachelor's Degree from the Computer and Systems Engineering Department at the Faculty of Engineering at Alexandria University in July 2009. I was advised by Prof. Moustafa Youssef and Prof. Khaled A. Harras.

My main research interests include mobile and wireless networks, pervasive computing, location determination systems, sensor networks, ad-hoc networks, computer networks and systems. My recent projects includes:

What's New

  • October 2016: We just received the best paper award for our work on "Visible Light based Activity Sensing using Ceiling Photosensors” at the ACM Workshop on Visible Light Communication Systems (VLCS) held with Mobicom 2016.(PDF).
  • October 2016: I attended ACM Mobicom 2016 and presented in VLCS workshop our activity sensing paper ----- (PDF).
  • July 2016: Our work on activity sensing using ceilings photosensors was accepted for publication in ACM VLCS at Mobicom 2016 ----- (PDF).
  • May 2016: I joined Bell Labs as a Research Intern.
  • July 2015: Our work on k-hop Routing for Cognitive Radio Networks was accepted for publication in IEEE Globecom 2015 ----- (PDF).
  • June 2015: I joined Bell Labs as a Research Intern.
  • April 2015: Our work on unconventional approaches for white space detection was accepted for publication in IEEE Network Magazine ----- (PDF).
  • January 2015: I joined WINLAB as a Research Assistant.


    Email: mibrahim[AT]winlab.rutgers.edu
    Address: 671 Route 1 South, North Brunswick, NJ 08902