KAUST provides a good research environment for me.
Electrical Engineering is the key to improve the way we communicate.
- MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia (August 2019 – April 2021)
- National Engineering Diploma in Signal and Systems, Ecole Polytechnique De Tunisie, Tunis, Tunisia
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Al-Khawarizmi Applied Math. Building (Bldg. #1) | Level 3
Office # 3118-WS10 | Thuwal 23955-6900 | Makkah Province
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Mohamed-Amine Lahmeri is an MS/Ph.D. student in the Communication Theory Lab (CTL) under the supervision of Professor Mohamed-Slim Alouini at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).
Education and Early Career
Mohamed-Amine Lahmeri joined the best engineering school in Tunisia, "Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie (EPT)", in 2019 after being ranked among the top 2% at the Tunisian national contest for entrance to engineering schools. During his graduation project, he joined KAUST as a visiting student and got enrolled in the Visiting Student Research Program (VSRP) that is offered by the university. After his graduation with distinction from EPT and thus getting his national engineering diploma he continued his graduate studies in KAUST after being admitted for a Ms/Ph.D. program in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Mohamed-Amine Lahmeri is currently focusing on the area of wireless communication. More specifically, he started investigating the use of drones to enable cellular coverage for ground users, which is meant to be a key enabler of future wireless communication generations. He worked on the performance analysis of laser-powered UAVs where the laser power is used to communicate and send energy to the drones. He is also interested in the use of artificial intelligence in UAV-based architectures and in wireless communication systems in general.