As a highly accomplished and driven individual with a proven track record of academic and professional success, I am pleased to present my background and qualifications.
I hail from Islamabad, Pakistan, where I earned my Master of Science degree in 2015 and my Ph.D. in 2020 from the International Islamic University. During my studies, I devoted myself to investigating cooperative routing protocols for underwater wireless sensor networks with the aim of enhancing throughput. My efforts were recognized with the university's gold medal for outstanding performance in my M.S. degree. Additionally, I delved into the intricacies of modeling buffer-aided cooperative relaying protocols for wireless networks, with a specific focus on the analysis of outage probability and throughput.
My research interests are broad, with a particular emphasis on routing protocols for wireless sensor networks and underwater wireless sensor networks, cooperative communication, buffer-aided cooperative communication, energy harvesting in wireless networks, and the Internet of Things.
I have also pursued a successful career in teaching, having served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Air University, Pakistan from July 2018 to December 2022. Currently, I am working as a research fellow in communications at the University of Leeds, UK.