Sabih works as a Senior Lecturer with the School of Computing and Mathematics at Charles Sturt University, Australia. Currently, Sabih is also serving as the Course Director for Post Graduate IT courses. He has extensive experience in delivering large scale networking solutions along with providing system administration, security and data integration services.
Sabih holds a doctorate in the area of wireless sensors networks for which he was the recipient of competitive scholarship from Charles Sturt University. Earlier, Sabih obtained his Bachelor's degree from University of South Australia, Adelaide in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering with Honours.
His research interests and expertise is in the areas of Wireless Communication, Network Planning, Routing & Switching and Information Security. Sabih’s current research is focused on the emerging areas of Internet of Things (IoT) especially in the domains of Intelligent Transport Systems, Environmental Sustainability, E-Health and Precision Agriculture with the aim to positively influence social, economic and environmental sustainability of communities in rural Australia via digitally enabled solutions.
Sabih regularly publishes his research and serves as a reviewer for a number of respected journals and conferences. He is a member of Institute of Engineers Australia (IEAust), Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and Australian Computer Society (ACS).
Sabih's research interests are in the areas of Wireless Communication, Network Planning/Designing, Routing & Switching, Information Security, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and Internet of Things (IoT). Sabih's current research is focused on Quality of Service (QoS), Cross-layer Architectural Designing, Wireless Antennas and Propagation Modeling using mathematical/stochastic models.
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