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R.T. Al-Zubi received PhD degree in electrical and computer engineering from University of Arizona-USA, in 2010. His current research interests include system architecture and communication protocol designs for wireless networks.
N. Abedsalam received MSc degree in electrical engineering/communications from the University of Jordan-Jordan in 2017. Her current research interests include mainly wireless communications.
A. Atieh received his PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Ottawa, in 1997. His fields of expertise are in optical fiber telecommunication systems, nonlinear optics, and optical amplifiers.
K.A. Darabkh received the PhD degree in computer engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA, in 2007 with honors. He has joined the Computer Engineering Department at the University of Jordan as an assistant professor since 2007 and has been a tenured fulltime professor since 2016. He is engaged in research mainly on wireless sensor networks, queuing systems and networks, multimedia transmission, and steganography and watermarking. He authored and co-authored at least a hundred research articles and served as a reviewer of many scientific journals and international conferences. Prof. Darabkh is the recipient of 2016 Ali Mango Distinguished Researcher Reward for Scientific Colleges and Research Centers in Jordan. He serves on the editorial board of Telecommunication Systems, published by Springer, Computer Applications in Engineering Education, published by John Wiley & Sons, and Journal of High Speed Networks, published by IOS Press. Additionally, he serves as a TPC member of many reputable IEEE conferences such as GLOBECOM, LCN, VTC-Fall, PIMRC, ISWCS, and IAEAC. Moreover, he is a member of many professional and honorary societies, including Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma XI.