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Sara Al-Sayed received her B.Sc. degree in communications engineering, from the German University in Cairo, Egypt, in 2009. She wrote her thesis at Ulm University, Germany, in the area of ultra-wideband radar communications systems. As a DAAD scholar, she received her M.Sc. degree in communication technology, from Ulm University, Germany, in 2011. Her thesis was concerned with beamforming strategies for physical-layer secrecy. As of June 2011, she is pursuing her Ph.D. degree in the Signal Processing Group.
The topic of Sara's Ph.D. research is in the area of bio-inspired signal processing techniques in wireless sensor networks. She has worked within the LOEWE Research Priority Program “Cocoon”.
Completed Student Theses
Mark Ryan Balthasar|
(joint supervision with Stefan Leier)
|Optimal Area Coverage and Target Tracking in Autonomous Sensor Networks|
|Adrian Tetz||Robust Distributed Detection Over Networks Using Diffusion Adaptation|
DSP Lab Practical (2012-2013)
Number of items: 7.
Al-Sayed, S. ; Koeppl, H. (2018):
Al-Sayed, S. ; Plata-Chaves, J ; Muma, M. ; Moonen, M. ; Zoubir, A. M. (2018):
Al-Sayed, S. ; Zoubir, A. M. ; Sayed, A. H. (2017):
Balthasar, M. R. ; Al-Sayed, S. ; Leier, S. ; Zoubir, A. M. (2014):
Al-Sayed, S. ; Zoubir, A. M. ; Sayed, A. H. (2014):
Al-Sayed, S. ; Zoubir, A. M. ; Sayed, A. H. (2013):
Al-Sayed, S. ; Sezgin, A. (2010):