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Mohammed Jasim, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Office Hours
Schedule Days
Tuesday
Schedule Hours
3:00 - 04:00 pm
Schedule Days
Thursday
Schedule Hours
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Campus Mailbox
358426

About

Degrees

Ph.D.
Electrical Engineering: Wireless Communications Systems
University of South Florida
2018
M.S.
Electrical Engineering: Wireless Communications Systems
Brunel University London
2011
B.S.
Electrical Engineering: Electronics and Communications
Applied Science University
2010

Introduction

Mohammed Jasim is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the school of engineering and technology. He earned his doctorate degree from the University of South Florida. Before joining UWT in 2022, he was at the University of Mount Union, OH and Valparaiso University, IN. His research focuses on resource management and caching in fog computing, service provisioning in network virtualization, and the design of beamforming for millimeter wave communications.

Teaching

  • TEE 454 Digital Communications
  • TEE 453 Digital Signal Processing
  • TCSS 372 Computer Architecture for CS
  • TEE 372 Computer Architecture for EE
  • TEE 331 Applied Electromagnetics
  • TCES 215 Electrical Circuits
  • TCES 203 Programming Practicum
  • TCES 102 introduction to Engineering II
  • TCES 101 Introduction to Engineering I
  • TEE 499 Directed Research
  • TEE 497 Internship

Research

  • Load Migration in Fog Computing
  • Beamforming for Millimeter Wave Systems
  • Caching in Vehicular Networks
  • Spectrum Management in UAV

Service

  • Senator At-Large, UW Senate
  • Commitee Member, Distinguished Research Award
  • Commtiee Member, ABET Committee, SET
  • Commtiee Member, JEDI Council
  • Mentor, Access Mentor Program, SET
  • Commtiee Member, Adhoc Budget Committee