Intelligent networked systems; wireless and network cyber security; AI for wireless and wireless security
Bechir Hamdaoui is a professor in computer science and engineering in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University. His general interest is on theoretical and experimental research that advances the technologies, architectures, algorithms, and management of future networked information, computing, and communication systems. His current focus includes network security and resiliency, machine learning for networking and communication, network and data analytics, and protocol design and optimization of newly emerging networked systems, including next-G wireless networks, autonomous systems, networked drones, smart cities, cloud datacenters, and smart agriculture. He is the founder of the Networked Systems and Technology Advanced Research (NetSTAR) Laboratory at OSU.
Hamdaoui and his team received several awards, including the ISSIP Distinguished Recognition Award (2020), the ICC Best Paper Award (2017), the IWCMC Best Paper Award (2017), the EECS Outstanding Research Award (2016), and the NSF CAREER Award (2009). He serves/served on the Editorial Boards of several journals, including IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE Network, IEEE Transactions of Wireless Communications, and IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. Hamdaoui currently serves as the Chair of IEEE Communication Society’s Wireless Technical Committee. He served as a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Communication Society during 2016 and 2017. He is a senior member of IEEE, IEEE Communication Society, IEEE Computer Society, and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society.
Hamdaoui leads NetSTAR Laboratory at OSU, a Networked Systems and Technology Advanced Research Lab that engages in research and educational activities that promote the advancement and development of future networked systems technologies. For more information, visit NetSTAR.