Samy S. Soliman, Ph.D., MIEEE

 

academic title

Assistant Professor, Wireless Communications 

Communications and Information Engineering

Position

Head of Zewail City CISCO Networking Academy

Co-founder of the Wireless Communication Systems (WCS) lab

ICE Faculty member

Contact Information

Email: ssoliman@zewailcity.edu.eg

 

About

Education:  Doctor of Philosophy in Communications, University of Alberta, Canada – 2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of British Columbia, Canada – 2015

Research Areas: Wireless communication systems, Telecommunication networks, Communication systems and technologies

Research Interests:

5G communication systems, Internet of Things, Vehicular communications, Wireless sensor networks, Cognitive radio, Network function virtualization, Software defined networks, Ultra-dense networks, Satellite communications

Keywords: Relaying, WSN, NOMA, LTE, 5G, Full-duplex, Simulation, NB-IoT, V2V communication, Power allocation, Resource management

1) S. Khaled, S.S. Soliman and Y.A. Fahmy, “On the Performance of Power Allocation Schemes in Ultra Dense Networks,” in Proc. IEEE International Conf. on Computer Engineering and Systems - ICCES 2019, Dec. 2019, pp. 1 – 6.
 
2) S.H. Amin, A.H. Mehana, Y.A. Fahmy and S.S. Soliman, “Maximizing the Number of Users in Clustered MIMO-NOMA Systems Under Rate Constraint,” Springer Journal of Special Issues on Mobility of Systems, Users, Data and Computing, Mobile Networks and Applications, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 618 – 629, Apr. 2019
 
3) S. Nouh, N. ElGaml, A. Khattab, S.S. Soliman, R. Daoud and H. Amer, “WSN Lifetime and Reliability Analysis From the Death Criterion Perspective,” International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR), vol. 8, no.3, pp. 37 – 51, 2017.
 
4) R. Fleifal, S.S. Soliman, A. Badawi and W. Hamouda, “LTE Primary User Modeling Using a Hybrid ARIMA/NARX Neural Network Model in CR,” in Proc. IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conf. – WCNC 2017, Mar. 2017.
 
5) S.S. Soliman and N.C. Beaulieu, “Exact Analysis of Dual-Hop AF Maximum End-to-End SNR Relay Selection,” IEEE Trans. Comm., vol.60, no.8, pp. 2135 – 2145, August 2012.
 

Grants

1) NTRA Grant: “Radio Optical Network Simulation Tool (RONST)”
 
2) NTRA Graduation Projects Grant
 
3) Huawei Research Grant: “Ultra-Dense Networks for 5G Systems"