BZU Faculty of Information Technology Hosts Lecture on Cooperative Communication - News
The BZU Faculty of Information Technology hosted Professor
Ali Ghrayyeb from Concordia University, Canada, to deliver a lecture on the
latest scientific research trends in the field of wireless communication, in
particular, on the trend towards cooperative communication.
Professor Ghrayyeb explained that all future wireless
systems will depend on the principle of cooperative communication, including
the 4th generation of cellular communications, wireless sensors, networks and
fixed broadband (WiMAX). He addressed the challenges facing the
implementation of these systems, such as encoding and encrypting, and the
strategy of transferring data.
Professor Ghrayyeb worked as a research assistant and
teaching assistant at BZU from 1994 to 1995, before completing his postgraduate
studies in the United States. He received a PhD in electrical engineering
in 2000, and currently serves as Chair of Research in Wireless Communications
at the University of Concordia.