Dr. Bechir Hamdaoui                                                                                   


School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Oregon State University


3111 Kelley Engineering Center, Corvallis, OR 97331-5501

Phone: 541-737-9843 | Fax: 541-737-1300

Email: hamdaoui@eecs.oregonstate.edu


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Dr. Bechir Hamdaoui is a Professor in the School of EECS at Oregon State University. His research interests are in the broad areas of computer networking, wireless communication, and mobile computing. His current focus includes cloud computing, data analytics, security and privacy, distributed optimization and control, service and network management, internet of things, and cognitive radio and dynamic spectrum access. Dr. Hamdaoui (and his team) received several awards, including the NSF CAREER Award (2009), the EECS Outstanding Research Award (2016), the IEEE ICC Best Paper Award (2017), and several others. 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. He also chaired/co-chaired many IEEE conference programs/symposia, including the 2017 INFOCOM Demo/Posters program, the 2016 IEEE GLOBECOM Mobile & Wirless Networks symposium, and the 2011 ACM MOBICOM's SRC program. Dr. Hamdaoui served as a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Communication Society during 2016 and 2017. He currently serves as the vice-chair of IEEE ComSoc's Wireless Technical Committee (WTC). Dr. Hamdaoui is a senior member of IEEE. He is also a member of IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Communications Society, and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society.

Before joining Oregon State Univeristy, Dr. Hamdaoui held a postdoctoral research fellow position at the Real-Time Computing Research Lab at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Dr. Hamdaoui received M.S. degrees in both Electrical & Computer Engineering (2002) and Computer Sciences (2004), and Ph.D. degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering (2005) all from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He also received the Diploma of Graduate Engineer from the National Engineering School of Tunis, Tunisia (BAC+6, ENIT) in 1997.


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