Abdelrahman Abuarqoub

Abdelrahman Abuarqoub


Dr Abdelrahman Abuarqoub is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science in the Faculty of Information Technology at the Middle East University in Jordan. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the Manchester Metropolitan University in 2014, his MSc (Distinction) in Data Telecommunications and Networks from the University of Salford in 2011, his BSc in Computer Networks Systems from Applied Science University/Jordan in 2009.

His teaching experience includes undergraduate courses of Computer Networks, Network Administration and Management, Distributed Computing.

His research interests are in distributed algorithms, communication, and cross-layered solutions to Wireless Sensor Networks. His central research focuses on optimising performance and energy consumption in ad-hoc wireless and mobile networks; resource allocation data collection and routing; and distributed storage. He also have research interest in ubiquitous and mobile computing, specifically in Internet of Things. He has been researching and publishing work that focuses on developing solutions for Information Extraction form mobile Wireless Sensor Networks.

Adaptive & Self-Organizing Systems Computer Networks & Communications Cryptography Distributed & Parallel Computing Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing

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Assistant Professor in Computer Science

Middle East University
Faculty of Information Technology


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