2019 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to digital beam-forming techniques for spaceborne radar systems
Mohamed Younis mostly deals with Wireless sensor network, Computer network, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Distributed computing and Mobile wireless sensor network. His Wireless sensor network study combines topics in areas such as Overhead, Energy consumption, Default gateway, Cluster analysis and Node. His Computer network research includes themes of Distributed algorithm and Wireless network.
His Key distribution in wireless sensor networks research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Network architecture and Protocol. The Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Key management, Algorithm and Wireless. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sensor node and Network management in addition to Mobile wireless sensor network.
Mohamed Younis spends much of his time researching Computer network, Wireless sensor network, Distributed computing, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Node. His Computer network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wireless and Wireless network. He has included themes like Energy consumption, Relay, Traffic analysis and Anonymity in his Wireless sensor network study.
His study in Distributed computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scheduling, Overhead and Partition. His Key distribution in wireless sensor networks research incorporates themes from Default gateway, Real-time computing and Efficient energy use. His studies deal with areas such as Link-state routing protocol, Geographic routing and Routing protocol as well as Mobile wireless sensor network.
Mohamed Younis mainly investigates Computer network, Wireless sensor network, Wireless, Distributed computing and Network packet. His Computer network research includes elements of Wireless network, The Internet and Throughput. His Wireless sensor network research incorporates elements of Node, Network topology and Partition.
His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Relay and Communication channel. His Distributed computing research includes themes of Network architecture, Overhead, Timestamp, Synchronization and Robot. His work in Network packet covers topics such as Base station which are related to areas like Network management, Countermeasure, Spread spectrum and Attack model.
Mohamed Younis mainly focuses on Computer network, Wireless sensor network, Computer security, Overhead and Anonymity. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless, Wi-Fi Direct, Hotspot, Internet access and Distributed computing. Mohamed Younis integrates Wireless sensor network with Energy transfer in his research.
His work in Computer security tackles topics such as Single point of failure which are related to areas like Certificate and Revocation. His studies in Overhead integrate themes in fields like Delaunay triangulation, Terminal, Strongly connected component, Optimization problem and Minimum spanning tree. His research integrates issues of Blockchain, Denial-of-service attack, Traffic analysis and Network packet in his study of Anonymity.
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A survey on routing protocols for wireless sensor networks
Kemal Akkaya;Mohamed F. Younis.
ad hoc networks (2005)
A survey on clustering algorithms for wireless sensor networks
Ameer Ahmed Abbasi;Mohamed Younis.
Computer Communications (2007)
Strategies and techniques for node placement in wireless sensor networks: A survey
Mohamed Younis;Kemal Akkaya.
ad hoc networks (2008)
Energy-aware routing in cluster-based sensor networks
M. Younis;M. Youssef;K. Arisha.
modeling, analysis, and simulation on computer and telecommunication systems (2002)
An energy-aware QoS routing protocol for wireless sensor networks
K. Akkaya;M. Younis.
international conference on distributed computing systems workshops (2003)
Fault-tolerant clustering of wireless sensor networks
G. Gupta;M. Younis.
wireless communications and networking conference (2003)
Load-balanced clustering of wireless sensor networks
G. Gupta;M. Younis.
international conference on communications (2003)
Energy-Aware TDMA-Based MAC for Sensor Networks
Khaled Arisha;Moustafa Youssef;Mohamed Younis.
Survey Topology management techniques for tolerating node failures in wireless sensor networks: A survey
Mohamed Younis;Izzet F. Senturk;Kemal Akkaya;Sookyoung Lee.
Computer Networks (2014)
Towards autonomous vehicular clouds
Stephan Olariu;Mohamed Eltoweissy;Mohamed F. Younis.
ad hoc networks (2011)
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