During his doctoral studies, he visited the telecommunications circuits laboratory (TCL) at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland for six months in 2019. Additionally, he holds a B.Sc. degree in industrial engineering as well.
Mohammad is an Associate Lecturer at the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications (EE&T), where he serves as a lecturer, researcher, and supervisor. He also serves as a reviewer of IEEE conferences and journals and a TPC member of conferences/workshops.
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My research works are on the intersection of coding and information theory, wireless communications, and machine learning, as well as hardware architecture design. In the past, during my PhD studies in particular, I have been more focused on polar codes and their variants (including code construction, precoding design, and improving their decoders), and Near-ML decoders for short codes. I am more interested to work on fundamental problems, exploring directions, and learn about other areas.
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