Mahmoud Abbasi has joined the BISITE Research Group with a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship to carry out his doctoral thesis. The stay will last until 2025 and is part of one of the objectives of the IoTalentum project, in which Juan Manuel Corchado, director of the BISITE group, participates as a member of the board of supervisors.
Mahmoud is a computer engineer who graduated from the Islamic Azad University of Birjand and holds a master’s degree in Computer Software Engineering from the Islamic Azad University of Mashhad.
In our group he will be part of the IoTalentum project, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Horizon 2020 European Internet of Things Training Network. The aim of this project is to provide interdisciplinary and comprehensive training and research in IoT: infrastructures, cybersecurity and applications.
IoTalentum, IoT and cybersecurity research
IoTalentum establishes a well-balanced and innovative training network. The initiative will train 15 early-stage researchers who will be recruited during the implementation of the project, through an outstanding training program that includes coordinated research in different IoT fields.
Mahmoud’s research interests are in the area of communication systems and networks, machine learning, deep learning, machine learning for networks and analytics and network traffic monitoring and analysis (NTMA).
BISITE’s expertise in the field of Internet of Things and Mahmoud’s technological skills will contribute significantly to achieving the project’s objectives. They will also help in the development of his research towards the successful completion of his doctoral thesis.