Our research group welcomes two new Ph.D. students, Uchenna Anyanwu and Mohammed Baidas, beginning this month.
Uchenna Anyanwu received a B.S. in Computer Engineering from San Jose State University last May, and spent the last seven months workingfor Intel. He joins us as a Ph.D. student and Bradley Fellow in Computer Engineering. His research will explore wireless communication and reconfigurable devices, to develop inexpensive, flexible software defined radios that are capable of high-speed, random access data networking.
Mohammed W. Baidas received the B.Eng (first class honours) degree in communication systems engineering from the University of Manchester, UK, the M.Sc. degree with distinction in wireless communications engineering from the University of Leeds, UK, and also the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2005, 2006 and 2009, respectively. He joins us to pursue his Ph.D. His research interests include resource allocation and management in cognitive radio systems, game theory, and cooperative communications and networking. Mohammed holds a full scholarship from Kuwait University.