Mohammad successfully defended his PhD dissertation, "TDMA Slot Reservation in Cluster-Based VANETs", under the supervision of Dr. Michele C. Weigle on April 3, 2013.
Mohammad was a top-ranked student in the field of computer science at the Computer and Information Systems College. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from King Saud University in 2000. In Spring 2001, he joined the Department of Computer Science and Information System at Imam University as a teacher. In Fall 2002, Mohammad joined the master’s program in the Department of Computer Science at Ball State University. He received his Master’s Degree in Computer Science in Fall 2004.
Mohammad joined the PhD program in the Department of Computer Science at Old Dominion University in Fall 2005. In 2008, he started his research under the supervision of Dr. Michele C. Weigle. Mohammad had been active in the areas of wireless networks, sensor networks, vehicular networks, MAC layer protocols, and networks simulation. With interest in MAC layer protocols and vehicular networks, Mohammad’s PhD focus, including his dissertation, was on developing a new MAC protocol for vehicular ad-hoc networks. Specifically, his focus was on improving the non-safety application share of the bandwidth.
Mohammad's defense slides are below: