Karim Habak

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Karim Habak
Contact
Information
mobile: +1 (404) 645-4232
WWW: http://cc.gatech.edu/~khabak3
Office: KACB 3337
Address: 921 Myrtle street, NE (APT: 110)
Atlanta, GA (Zip code: 30306)
E-mail: [email protected]
Education
College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
PhD student
August 2013 – Now
• School: School of Computer Science
• Advisors: Prof. Mostafa Ammar and Prof. Ellen W. Zegura
Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), Alexandria, Egypt
Master Degree
September 2010 – August 2012
• Department: Computer Science and Engineering
• Thesis: An Optimal Energy-Efficient Bandwidth Aggregation System.
• Advisors: Prof. Moustafa Youssef and Prof. Khaled A. Harras
Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt
Bachelors Degree
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Research
Experience
September 2005 - July 2010
Department: Computer and Systems Engineering Department
Overall grade: Distinction with Degree of Honor
Thesis: A Location-Aided Routing Protocol for Cognitive Radio Networks
Advisor: Prof. Moustafa Youssef
College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Research Assistant
August 2013 – Now
• Building systems to enable realtime computational offloading across different mobile devices.
Cisco Systems Inc, Cambridge, Massachusetts USA
Research Intern
• Focused on Named Data Networks (NDN).
• With: Dave Oran and Mark Stapp.
May 2015 – August 2015
HP Labs, Palo Alto, California USA
Research Associate (Intern)
• Focused on mobile-application profiling.
• With: Kyu-Han Kim and Shruti Sanadhya.
May 2014 – August 2014
Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), Alexandria, Egypt
Research Assistant
September 2010 – July 2013
• Developed deployable bandwidth aggregation systems utilizing the available network interfaces
at a multi-homed mobile device in both solitary and collaborative forms to increase throughput,
minimize cost and/or minimize the energy consumption without requiring modifications to the
legacy servers, applications, network infrastructure or operating system kernel.
Wireless Stars, Alexandria, Egypt
Software and Research Engineer
July 2010 – October 2010
• Contributed to building and maintaining a non-GPS-based location determination system.
• With: Adel Youssef.
Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt
Undergraduate Research Assistant
September 2009 – July 2010
• Focused on developing location based routing protocols for cognitive radio networks.
Wireless Intelligent Networks Center (WINC), Nile University, Cairo, Egypt
Undergraduate Research Assistant
July 2009 – August 2009
• Contributed to designing, implementing and testing a prototype for DNIS bandwidth aggregation
system which utilize the available network interfaces at a multi-homed mobile device in order to
increase the overall system’s throughput without requiring any legacy servers updates.
Honors and
Awards
U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) student travel grant to attend ACM CoNEXT 2013.
Best Computing and Information Technology Research Program of the Year Award
winner, The Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference, 2013.
Best Computing and Information Technology Research Program of the Year Award
winner, The Third Qatar Foundation Annual Research Forum, 2012. [Media Covered]
IEEE Communications Society student travel grant to attend IEEE SECON 2012.
Second place in the best project award competition by Microsoft Research, Project Hawaii, 2011.
Young Innovator’s Award (YIA) winner, Nahdet El Mahrousa’s National Competition 2010.
Graduation project fund winner, Information Technology Academia Collaboration (ITAC), ITIDA
organization, 2010.
Second place award winner in ACM SIGMobile Undergraduate Student Research Competition
(SRC), MobiCom, 2009.
Journal
Papers
Karim Habak, Khaled A. Harras and Moustafa Youssef, “Bandwidth Aggregation Techniques in
Heterogeneous Multi-homed Devices: A Survey”, In Computer Networks (Elsevier) Journal, VOL
92P1, December 2015.
Karim Habak, Moustafa Youssef and Khaled A. Harras, “An Optimal Deployable Bandwidth Aggregation System”, In Computer Networks (Elsevier) Journal, VOL 52, October 2013. [Invited]
Ahmed Saeed, Karim Habak, Mahmoud Fouad and Moustafa Youssef, “DNIS: a middleware for
dynamic multiple network interfaces scheduling”, In ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review (MC2 R), VOL 14, April 2010. [Invited]
Conference
Papers
Karim Habak, Khaled A. Harras, Moustafa Youssef , “What Goes Around Comes Around: Mobile
Bandwidth Sharing and Aggregation”, In IEEE MASS, 2015.
Karim Habak, Mostafa Ammar, Khaled A. Harras, Ellen Zegura, “FemtoClouds: Leveraging Mobile
Devices to Provide Cloud Service at the Edge”, In IEEE CLOUD, 2015.
Abderrahmen Mtibaa, Khaled A. Harras, Karim Habak, Mostafa Ammar, Ellen Zegura, and Mayur
Naik, “Towards Mobile Opportunistic Computing”, In IEEE CLOUD, 2015.
Cong Shi, Karim Habak, Pranesh Pandurangan, Mostafa Ammar, Ellen Zegura, and Mayur Naik,
“COSMOS: Computation Offloading as a Service for Mobile Devices”, In ACM MobiHoc, 2014.
Mohammed Karmoose, Karim Habak, Mustafa El-Nainay, and Moustafa Youssef, “Dead Zone
Penetration Protocol for Cognitive Radio Networks”, In IEEE WiMob, 2013.
Karim Habak, Mohammed Abdelatif, Hazem Hagrass, Karim Rizc and Moustafa Youssef, “A
Location-Aided Routing Protocol for Cognitive Radio Networks”, In IEEE ICNC, 2013.
Karim Habak, Khaled A. Harras and Moustafa Youssef, “OPERETTA: An Optimal Energy Efficient Bandwidth Aggregation System”, In IEEE SECON, 2012.
Karim Habak, Moustafa Youssef and Khaled A. Harras, “DBAS: A Deployable Bandwidth Aggregation System”, In IFIP NTMS, 2012.
Karim Habak, Moustafa Youssef and Khaled A. Harras, “G-DBAS: A Green and Deployable Bandwidth Aggregation System”, In IEEE WCNC, 2012.
Workshop
Papers
Ben Jones, Sam Burnett, Nick Feamster, Sean Donovan, Sarthak Grover, Sathya Gunasekaran,
and Karim Habak, “Facade: High-Throughput, Deniable Censorship Circumvention Using Web
Search”, In USENIX FOCI - In conjunction with USENIX Security Symposium, 2014.
Technical
Reports
Karim Habak, Khaled A. Harras and Moustafa Youssef, “OSCAR: A Collaborative Bandwidth
Aggregation System”, arXiv preprint ArXive: 1401.1258, 2014.
Refereed
Posters
Ahmed Saeed, Karim Habak, Mahmoud Fouad and Moustafa Youssef, “DNIS: A Middleware for
Dynamic Multiple Network Interface Scheduling” Poster, In ACM MobiCom, 2009.
Research
Demos
Karim Habak, Khaled A. Harras and Moustafa Youssef, “OPERETTA: Demonstrating An Optimal
Energy Efficient Bandwidth Aggregation System”, In IEEE SECON, 2012. [Invited]
Ahmed Saeed, Karim Habak, Mahmoud Fouad and Moustafa Youssef, “DNIS: Demonstrating
Dynamic Multiple Network Interface Scheduler”, In ACM MobiCom, 2009.
Extended
Abstracts
Karim Habak, Khaled A. Harras and Moustafa Youssef, “OPERETTA: An Optimal Deployable
Energy Efficient Bandwidth Aggregation System”, In The Third Qatar Foundation Annual Research
Forum Proceedings, 2012.
Patents
Karim Habak, Moustafa Youssef and Khaled A. Harras, “OPERETTA: An Optimal Energy Efficient Bandwidth Aggregation System”, US Patent Application No. 14/179,638..
Teaching
Experience
College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Teaching Assistant
Spring 2014
• Advanced Computer Networks (CS6250). [Spring 2014]
Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt
Teaching Assistant
• Introduction to Computers and Programming. [Spring 2011]
• Programming in C. [Fall 2011]
• Artificial Intelligence [Fall 2011]
Course
Work
Spring 2011 – Fall 2011
CS 6250: Advanced Computer Networks.
CS 7001: Introduction to Graduate Studies.
CS 6505: Computability, Algorithms and Complexity.
CS 6675: Advanced Internet Computing and Application Development.
CS 7641: Machine Learning.
Professional
Services
Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (TWC) since 2013.
Reviewer for IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine (WCM) since 2013.
Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC) since 2014.
Technical
Skills
Languages: C/C++, C#, Java, 8086 Assembly, HTML, JavaScript, GAWK, Matlab, Linux shell
scripting, Perl, Python, SQL, VHDL and LATEX.
Frameworks: Click Modular Router, Layered Service Provider, NS2, Android SDK, WP7, J2SE,
J2EE, J2ME and .NET.
Experienced altering the network protocol stack in Windows, Linux and Android operating systems.
References
Prof. Mostafa Ammar
Regents’ Professor
Georgia Institute of technology
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Email: [email protected]
Prof. Ellen W. Zegura
Professor
Georgia Institute of technology.
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Email: [email protected]
Prof. Moustafa Youssef
Associate Professor
Egypt-Japan Uni. of Sci. and Tech.
Alexandria, Egypt
Email: [email protected]
Prof. Khaled A. Harras
Assistant Professor
Carnegie Mellon University-Qatar.
Doha, Qatar
Email: [email protected]
More references are available upon request
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