Faculty Profile

Dr. Muhammad Hamad Alizai

Assistant Professor

Department Of Computer Sciences

Dr. Muhammad Hamad Alizai completed his BSc Computer Engineering from UET Peshawar, and his MSc in Software Systems Engineering and PhD in EE and CS from RWTH Aachen University, Germany. Dr. Alizai has over 10 years of experience in Germany and Pakistan as a researcher, software engineer, and technical lead both in industrial and academic settings. He has authored book, book chapters and published numerous scientific papers, while abroad and indigenously from Pakistan, several of them in top flight ACM SIG sponsored venues. He is experienced in leading innovative research projects in pervasive computing technologies such as Internet of things, sensor and delay tolerant networks, ICT4D, and mobile computing.  He was employed as a software engineer in several European Union projects and has a wealth of experience in teaching/training cutting edge technologies and courses in theoretical and practical computer sciences at grad, post grad and professional level. He is also a visiting researcher at alma mater - ComSys, RWTH Aachen, Germany - due to his post graduate research excellence.

    • Article
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Tools and Modeling Approaches for Simulating Hardware and Systems . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Bursty traffic over bursty links . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). KleeNet: discovering insidious interaction bugs in wireless sensor networks before deployment . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Dynamic tinyos: Modular and transparent incremental code-updates for sensor networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). When timing matters: Enabling time accurate and scalable simulation of sensor network applications . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). BurrowView-Seeing the world through the eyes of rats . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Refector: heuristic header error recovery for error-tolerant transmissions . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Challenges in short-term wireless link quality estimation . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Sensors with Lasers: Building a WSN Power Grid . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Exploiting the burstiness of intermediate-quality wireless links . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Probabilistic addressing: Stable addresses in unstable wireless networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Kleenet: automatic bug hunting in sensor network applications . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Portable wireless-networking protocol evaluation . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Efficient online estimation of bursty wireless links . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). CRAWLER: An experimentation platform for system monitoring and cross-layer-coordination . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). TinyOS meets wireless mesh networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Modeling Execution Time and Energy Consumption in Sensor Node Simulation . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). TinyWifi: Making network protocol evaluation portable across multiple phy-link layers . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Promoting Power to a First Class Metric in Network Simulations . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Recycling Corrupt Packets over Multiple Hops . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Remote incremental adaptation of sensor network applications . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Exploiting Wireless Link Dynamics . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Statistical vector based point-to-point routing in wireless networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). TinyWifi: Enabling Linux Platform Support in TinyOS . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Probabilistic addressing in wireless networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Poster abstract: Tinyos meets wireless mesh networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Routing over Bursty Wireless Links . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Accurate Timing in Sensor Network Simulation . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Modular remote reprogramming of sensor nodes . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Probabilistic location-free addressing in wireless networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Energy Harvesting and Wireless Transfer in Sensor Network Applications: Concepts and Experiences . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). InKeV: In-Kernel Distributed Network Virtualization for DCN . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Simulating Intermittently Powered Embedded Networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Incremental Checkpointing for Interruptible Computations . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Protocols and Mechanisms to Recover Failed Packets in Wireless Networks: History and Evolution . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Practical and self-configurable multihop wireless infrastructure: a functional perspective . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Laser based energy distribution architecture for decoupling energy and sensing planes in WSN . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Harnessing cross-layer-design . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Graph-based Redundancy Removal Approach for Multiple Cross-Layer Interactions . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Fuzzy logical coordinates and location services for scalable addressing in wireless networks . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Efficient Power Management Using Out-of-Band Signaling . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Bug Hunting in Sensor Network Applications . ,
      • Alizai, M. H. .(1999). Accurate Timing in Sensor... . ,
Semester Title Code
Spring Semester 2017-18 Master's Thesis 1702
Spring Semester 2017-18 Theory of Automata 1702
Spring Semester 2017-18 Advanced Operating Systems 1702
Fall Semester 2017-18 Master's Thesis 1701
Fall Semester 2017-18 Internet of Things 1701
Fall Semester 2017-18 Master's Thesis II 1701
Fall Semester 2017-18 Doctoral Thesis Research 1701
Fall Semester 2017-18 Doctoral Thesis Research 1701
Summer Semester 2016-17 Doctoral Thesis Research 1603
Spring Semester 2016-17 Master's Thesis I 1602
Spring Semester 2016-17 Theory of Automata 1602
Spring Semester 2016-17 Independent Study 1602
Spring Semester 2016-17 Doctoral Thesis Research 1602
Spring Semester 2016-17 Advanced Operating Systems 1602
Spring Semester 2016-17 Master's Thesis II 1602
Spring Semester 2016-17 Senior Project II 1602
Fall Semester 2016-17 Directed Research Project 1601
Fall Semester 2016-17 Internet of Things 1601
Fall Semester 2016-17 Directed Research Project 1601
Fall Semester 2016-17 Doctoral Thesis Research 1601
Fall Semester 2016-17 Master's Thesis II 1601
Fall Semester 2016-17 Master's Thesis I 1601
Fall Semester 2016-17 Senior Project I 1601
Spring Semester 2015-16 Introduction to Programming 1502
Spring Semester 2015-16 Theory of Automata 1502
Spring Semester 2015-16 Master's Thesis II 1502
Spring Semester 2015-16 Master's Thesis I 1502
Spring Semester 2015-16 Senior Project II 1502
Spring Semester 2015-16 Network-Centric Computing 1502
Fall Semester 2015-16 Senior Project I 1501
Fall Semester 2015-16 Distributed Systems 1501