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Seddik Joins EE Faculty at Alexandria University

Dr. Karim Seddik (Ph.D., '08)
Dr. Karim Seddik (Ph.D., '08)

Karim Seddik, a 2008 ECE Ph.D. graduate, has accepted a position as assistant professor of electrical engineering at Alexandria University, Egypt.

Karim was advised by Associate Chair for Graduate Studies and Research and Professor K. J. Ray Liu. The title of his dissertation, which he successfully defended in April, was: "Diversity in Cooperative Networks: How to Achieve and Where to Exploit?".

Karim's research interests include sensor networks, cooperative communications, source-channel diversity over relay channels, and blind channel estimation in OFDM and MIMO-OFDM systems.

July 30, 2008

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