Following students have finished their M.S. thesis and projects under the supervision of Prof. Elleithy.


Ph.D Students

photosDr. Abdul Razaque

Dr. Abdul Razaque graduated from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Bridgeport, USA. Dr. Abdul Razaque served as Editor-in-Chief for IJET, and having Editor, Associate Editor and Member of Editorial Board for several International Journals. As an academic professional, Dr. Abdul Razaque served as Head of Computer Science Department Islamabad Model Colleges Wing from April, 2002 to July, 2005. Dr. Abdul Razaque worked as a Project Director from 2005 to 2008 funded by UNESCO and World Bank. As a leader, Dr. Abdul Razaque has been engaged in strategic planning activities of IEEE as a Chair for the strategic and planning committee, IEEE (SAC) Region-1, USA for year 2014, and Relational officer, IEEE for (Europe, Africa and Middle East) SAC Region-8 for year 2014. Dr. Abdul has chaired and Co-chaired more than dozen of international conferences and also delivered his Keynote Speeches. Dr. Abdul published over 80 research papers. His research interests include the WSNs, cloud computing, network security, and ambient intelligence. Email: arazaque@my.bridgeport.edu.

aelrashidiAli Elrashidi

Ali received the Bachelor in communication engineering from the University of Alexandria, Egypt 2002. He got his master degree in fiber optics field in 2006 from the same university under supervision of Prof: Ali Okaz, Prof. Moustafa Hussien, and Dr: Kesk. Ali is interesting in antenna design and circuit design in RF fields. Prior to joining Ph.D in University of Bridgeport Ali worked as a demonstrator in Alexandria University for many communication courses from 2002 to 2006. He works in a project funded by US Army, to control the motion of a small projectile using two small stepper motors. Also, Ali has designed a microstrip printed antenna works at 2.4 GHz and gives a high performance. Ali earned his Ph.D. degree in Spring 2012.

mabuhelalehMohammed Abuhelaleh

Mohammed Abuhelaleh was a full-time Ph.D. student of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Bridgeport. He worked as a lecturer for Alhusein Bin Talal University/Jordan; He thought some computer science courses, in addition to college courses, like Data Structure, C++, and Computer Skills for three years. He has master degree in Computer Science from University of Bridgeport/ CT, USA, and graduated with a GPA of 3.48. Mohammed worked as Graduate Assistant for many times under Prof. Elleithy. Mohammed earned his Ph.D. degree in Spring 2011.

  • Email: mabuhela@bridgeport.edu
  • Research Area: Wireless Sensor Network, and Object Oriented Programming
  • Thesis Title: A Secure Object Oriented Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks (SOOAWSN)

a_Syed_S_RizviSyed S. Rizvi

Dr. Rizvi graduated with a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT in December 2010. He received a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology and an M.S. in Computer Engineering from Old Dominion University in 2001 and 2005, respectively. He has been working as a Permanent Faculty in EET department of ECPI College of Technology, Norfolk, VA since January 2010. From 2006 to 2009 he was with the Computer Science and Engineering department, University of Bridgeport, as an Adjunct Faculty. He is currently an affiliate member of Wireless and Mobile Communications (WMC) lab.

Ammar_PicAmmar Odeh

Ph.D candidate in Computer Science & Engineering Department

Ammar M. Odeh has earned the M.S. degree in Computer Science College of King Abdullah II School for Information Technology (KASIT) at the University of Jordan in Dec. 2005 and the B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Hashemite University. He has worked as a Lab Supervisor in Philadelphia University (Jordan) and Lecturer in Philadelphia University for the ICDL courses and as technical support for online examinations for two years. He served as a Lecturer at the IT, (ACS,CIS ,CS) Department of Philadelphia University in Jordan, and also worked at the Ministry of Higher Education (Oman, Sur College of Applied Science) for two years. Ammar joined the University of Bridgeport as a PhD student of Computer Science and Engineering in August 2011. His area of concentration is Steganography, computer security, and wireless networks.  and a student member of the IEEE, UPE, and ACM . He is also actively involved in academic community, outreach activities and student recruiting and advising.

Email: aodeh@my.bridgeport.edu

 


M.S Students

M. S. Rashid

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Packet and circuit switching networks, high performance computing, and reconfigurable hardware
Thesis Title: Design and Implementation of Performance and Speed up models for Reconfigurable Hardware and Systems
Thesis Completion: Fall 2009

M. Rizwan Qureshi

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Dynamic System, Parallel and Distributed Networks, Web based agent design for distributed networks.
Thesis Title: Dynamic Semantics of the Web: Useful Toll for the New Generation Agent-Based Software
Thesis Completion: Fall 2009

M. A. Jafri

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Ad Hoc Networks, Routing protocols, Mobile Networks, Distributed and parallel networks
Thesis Title: Optimizing the performance of Conservative Discrete-Event Simulation System for parallel networks.
Thesis Completion: Fall 2009

Ravi Patnam

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Wireless and mobile communications, Bluetooth technology, RFID
Thesis Title: Design of Transceiver for an Efficient USB Device (PDF)
Thesis Completed: Fall 2008

Shalini Potham

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Parallel and distributed systems, optimistic algorithm
Thesis Title: A GVT Based Algorithm for Butterfly Barrier in Parallel and Distributed Systems (PDF)
Thesis Completed: Fall 2008

Faraz Arain

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Modeling and simulation of complex dynamic systems, Multicluster systems and grids computing, scheduling problem and load balancing in cluster
Thesis Title: An Architecture and Message Filtering Protocol for Location-Aware Mobile Advertising (PDF)
Thesis Completed: Spring 2009

Ajay Shrestha

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Investigation the effects of Encoder Schemes & WFQ on VoIP Performance

Sandeep Talwar

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: CDMA Wireless Sensor Planning

Nutan Kantha

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Steganography

Suleiman Altawarah

M.S. student in Computer Science & Engineering Department
Research Area: Remote Control via GSM Network