Mohamed Kassem

Mohamed Kassem is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Surrey, UK, who is building the first hardware-in-the-loop testbed in the world that scales and emulates the fast-changing connectivity and topology of a LEO constellation of thousands of satellites in real-time. Mohamed received his PhD in computer science from The University of Edinburgh, UK, in 2020. His research interests focus on aspects relevant to the next-generation Internet, wireless, and mobile (5G and beyond) networks, including, LEO satellites mega-constellation, 5G mobile network architecture, vRAN, Multi-RAT systems, spectrum sharing, and Universal Internet Access.

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