Sayed Hussein, D.Sc.
D.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering, The George Washington University
M.Sc., Computer Networks, ECE, GWU, Telecommunications
Teaching: Over twenty-five years of experience in Teaching, applied Research and Consultancy in broadband Computer Networks technologies and Cyber Security, and Electrical and Computer Engineering. Taught in the Joint Master’s Degree Program between Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and GWU at the FCC head office in Washington DC, the program focused on Telecommunications Security and Cyber Security.
Applied Research Experience: DNA Cryptography Network Security, “BEST PAPER AWARD” INTERNET 2010, (IARIA), in Computer Networks and Security. Registered Patent with NASA, Quality of Protection (QoP) Security Measure, LTE-UMTS Security, Admission and Scheduling Control for VBR multimedia application IEEE802.11 Wi-Fi, Channel-Aware Scheduling Scheme Provisioning in IEEE 802.16e/Mobile WiMax, Secure handoff WiMAX, Secure Sensor Networks, Quality of Protection (QoP) Security Measure, Secure LTE NGMN, Secure Vehicular Communications, Wi-Fi, WAN Optimization, Multi-objective Routing, IPv4/IPv6 migration techniques … and more.
Demonstrate Strong Research Potential as evidenced by over 25 publications in archived IEEE journal and conference, IEEE proceedings and others. Reviewer with Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (JPDC). Member , Review Committee ICCES, ICSPC, ICNM. Member - Cyber Security Policy Research Institute (CSPRI), GWU Member, ITU Member, IEEE.
Skilled in Training Methodologies, Management, Development Programs Strategy and Implementation, Teaching Short courses in different areas in Telecommunications Networks and Security with National and International Training Centers: AT&T Training Center, NCR Training Center, IBM Certified Training Center, Cisco Academy, Motorola Training Center.
Consultancy /IBM, NCR, ICL, CISCO, MOTOROLA/, advisory service, feasibility study, design and development for large Information System Networks for private and governmental sectors, Project Implementation, Planning and Management.