Yasser Gadallah is currently an associate professor (tenured) at the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering at The American University in Cairo. He earned his PhD from Carleton University in Canada, his MSc from Queen’s University in Canada and his BSc from Cairo University in Egypt, all in electrical engineering.
Prior to joining AUC, Yasser was an associate professor with the Electronics and Communications Engineering Department at Misr International University, Cairo, Egypt. Earlier, he was an assistant professor of networking systems at the College of Information Technology at United Arab Emirates University. Before joining UAE University, he was a research scientist with the Communications Research Centre (CRC) in Ottawa, Canada, where he conducted research in the area of wireless sensor networks. He has also worked for many years in the networking and telecommunications industry, and as a software development manager with Cisco Systems for several years, where he was involved in numerous R&D projects, which resulted in the introduction of several high-profile Cisco products. In addition to his work with Cisco, Yasser also worked with Nortel Networks as a software project leader and prior to that as a software designer. He is a senior member of IEEE and his biography appears in Marquis Who’s Who in the World in 2010. He has served as an organizer, a technical program committee member and a reviewer for several international conferences and journals. He has many technical and scientific publications in the networking, communications and IT fields.
Refereed Journal Publications
- D. Deif and Y. Gadallah, “A Comprehensive Wireless Sensor Network Reliability Metric for Critical Internet of Things Applications”, EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2017:145, 2017.
- D. Deif and Y. Gadallah, “An Ant Colony Optimization Approach for the Deployment of Reliable Wireless Sensor Networks”, IEEE Access Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, Pages 10744-10756, 2017.
- E. Mostafa and Y. Gadallah, “A Statistical Priority-based Scheduling Metric for M2M Communications in LTE Networks”, IEEE Access Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, Pages 8106-8117, 2017.
- Y. Gadallah, M. H. Ahmed and E. Elalamy, “Dynamic LTE resource reservation for critical M2M Deployments”, Elsevier’s Journal of Pervasive and Mobile Computing (2017), in Press.
- M. Ahmed, Y. Gadallah, A. Elhamy and H. El-Hennawy, “Classification of LTE Uplink Scheduling Techniques: An M2M Perspective”, IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, Vol. 18, No. 2, Pages 1310–1335, Second Quarter 2016.
- M. A. Serhani, Y. Gadallah and E. Barka, “Service-Oriented Architecture for Secure Service Discovery and Selection in Specialized Mobile Networks”, The International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 13, No. 9, Pages 45-71, September 2015.
- D. S. Deif and Y. Gadallah, “Classification of Wireless Sensor Networks Deployment Techniques”, IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, Vol. 16, No. 2, Pages 834-855, Second Quarter 2014.
Refereed Conference Publications
- A. E. Mostafa and Y. Gadallah, “Uniqueness-based Resource Allocation for M2M Communications in Narrowband IoT Networks”, in the Proceedings of the IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2017-Fall), Toronto, Canada, September 2017.
- Y. Gadallah, M. elTager and Y. Ismail, “A Practical Social Relationship-Based System For Cooperative Internet of Things Operation”, in the Proceedings of The IEEE International Black Sea Conference on Communications and Networking (IEEE BlackSeaCom), Istanbul, Turkey, June 2017.
- M. Y. Abdelsadek, Y. Gadallah and M. H. Ahmed, “An LTE-Based Optimal Resource Allocation Scheme for Delay-Sensitive M2M Deployments Coexistent with H2H Users”, in the Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (IEEE INFOCOM 2017) Workshop on 5G New Radio (NR) Technologies, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 2017.
- D. Deif and Y. Gadallah, “Reliability Assessment of Wireless Sensor Network Deployments”, in the Proceedings of the IFIP Wireless Days 2016 Conference, Toulouse, France, March 2016.
- M. elTager and Y. Gadallah, “Massive M2M Deployments: LTE Attachment Prospects”, in the Proceedings of the IFIP Wireless Days 2016 Conference, Toulouse, France, March 2016.
- M. Anis, Y. Gadallah and H. El-Hennawy, “Machine-to-Machine Communications over the Internet of Things: Private Wi-Fi Access Prospects”, in the Proceedings of the IFIP Wireless Days 2016 Conference, Toulouse, France, March 2016.
- D. Deif and Y. Gadallah, “Wireless Sensor Network Deployment Using Stochastic Optimization Techniques - A Comparative Study”, in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Computing and Network Communications (CoCoNet'15), Trivandrum, India, December 2015.
- Y. Gadallah, M. elTager and E. Elalamy, “A Framework for Cooperative Intranet of Things Wireless Sensor Network Applications”, in the Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WiMob 2015), Abu-Dhabi, UAE, October 2015.
- M.A. Serhani, E. Barka and Y. Gadallah, “A Secure Role-based Service Discovery Technique for Emergency Intervention Operations”, in the Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Future Generation Communication Technologies (FGCT 2015), Luton, England, July 2015.
- A. Elhamy and Y. Gadallah, “BAT: A Balanced Alternating Technique for M2M Uplink Scheduling over LTE”, in the Proceedings of the IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2015-Spring), Glasgow, Scotland, May 2015.
- Y. Gadallah, E. Elalamy and M. elTager, “An IP-based Arrangement to Connect Wireless Sensor Networks to the Internet of Things”, in the Proceedings of the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC 2014), Istanbul, Turkey, April 2014.
- D. Deif and Yasser Gadallah, “Wireless Sensor Network Deployment Using a Variable-Length Genetic Algorithm”, in the Proceedings of the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC 2014), Istanbul, Turkey, April 2014.
Courses Taught at AUC
- Automatic Control
- Telecommunications Systems
- Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks
- Advanced Computer Networks (graduate-level course)
- Communications Lab
- Senior Project I and II
- 4G Fundamentals (ESS course)
- The Internet of Things (IoT) issues
- Smart networked systems
- Machine-to-machine communications issues
- Broadband wireless access networks
- Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
- Mobile ad hoc networks (MANET)