I am a Ph.D. candidate advised by Prof Mani Srivastava as a member of the Networked and Embedded System Lab (NESL). I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt in 2010 and 2013. Prior to joining UCLA, I spent eight months in the REAL-TIME EMBEDDED SOFTWARE GROUP at University of Waterloo under supervision of Prof Sebastian Fischmeister. Before that, I was working as engineer in Mentor Graphics Egypt and Morpho, Egypt. My current research interests include: Privacy, Security, Localization, Time Synchronization,  and general topics in Cyber Physical Systems (CPS).


Recent News:
1- Our two proposals:
   A- SecSens: Secure State Estimation for Reliable Autonomous Driving
   B- TNT: Trusted Notion of Time for Resilient Autonomous Driving
are selected for the second phase of Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship (QlnF) 2018.

2- Our paper "PrOLoc: resilient localization with private observers using partial homomorphic encryption"  won the best Demo Award at 2017 IPSN/CPSWeek - The 16th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN).
3- NESL is in dailybruin news (link).

4- The presentation of our paper "D-SLATS: Distributed Simultaneous Localization and Time Synchronization", MobiHoc 2017, can be found at this link (YouTube).

5- The Final Presentation for the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship 2017 of our proposal PLoTS can be found at this link (YouTube).

6- My proposal "PLoTS: Power Efficient Localization and Time Synchronization" is in the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship Finalist, 2017.

7- The progress of Roseline, a NSF research project that I am part of, can be found at this link (YouTube).

8- The Presentation of our paper  Cyclops: PRU Programming Framework for Precise Timing Applications can be found at this link (YouTube)

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