Manchester Metropolitan University
Domain of Research: Sensing and Sensor Networks
Dr Mohammad Hammoudeh is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Networks and Security in the School of Computing, Math and Digital Technology at the Manchester Metropolitan University. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Wolverhampton in 2009, his MSc (Distinction) in Advanced Distributed Systems from the University of Leicester in 2007, his BSc (Hons) in Computer Communications from Hawaii University in 2004, and a DipCompSci in Computer Information Systems from Siblin Training College in 2002. His teaching experience includes leading second and third year undergraduate courses in Computer Networks, Management and Security. His research interests are in highly decentralised algorithms, communication, and cross-layered solutions to wireless sensor networks. He also has research interests in pervasive and mobile computing, specifically in Internet of Things. He has been researching and publishing work that focuses on big sensory data mining and visualisation. All his research projects are interdisciplinary, applied to real life problems. Latterly, his research focus is on the system design of distributed intelligent systems and their application within large-scale wireless sensor networks, including border security and monitoring, flood detection and control, as well as waste tracking and management. He has been an active member of the technical program committee on many international conferences and journals. Hammoudeh is regularly invited to talk at international conferences and workshops.