Dr Karim Nasr BSc(Hons), MSc, PhD, CEng, SMIEEE, MIET, MInstP, PGCert in HE, FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Communications)

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Dr Karim M Nasr

Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Communications)


Dr Karim Nasr was awarded his doctoral degree from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom with a thesis on "Smart Antenna Systems for Wireless Networks". 

Prior to joining the University of Greenwich as a Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Communications), Dr Nasr held several postdoctoral and academic positions at the University of Manchester, Brunel University, BBC Research, NPL, Kingston University and the University of Surrey (5GIC) investigating future wireless and broadcast communication systems through a number of successful UK and European research projects.

He was previously a visiting researcher at the antennas and propagation division of Aalborg University in Denmark and is currently a visiting researcher at the Institute for Communication Systems (ICS), 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) at the University of Surrey.

Dr Nasr has contributed to over 100 publications and industrial reports, he is a reviewer for several transactions and acted as a TPC member for several conferences. Dr Nasr is a Chartered Engineer (CEng), a Senior Member of the IEEE (SMIEEE), a Member of the IET (MIET), a Member of the Institute of Physics (MInstP) and a member of several European COST actions on wireless communication systems (COST actions 273, 2100 and IRACON).

Recognition

  • Chartered Engineer (CEng)
  • Senior Member of the IEEE (SMIEEE) and member of the IEEE Communication society 
  • Member of the IET (MIET/MIEE) 
  • Member of the Institute of Physics (MInstP) 
  • Member of COST actions 273, 2100 and IRACON
  • Member of the experts group on 5G (Networld 2020)
  • Guest Editor for the International Journal on Sensors, Wireless Communication and Control
  • Session chair for IEEE VTC and CROWNCOM conferences
  • Invited Speaker at DTT network strategies conference

Research / Scholarly interests

  • Future wireless and broadcast systems
  • DSP algorithm development for wireless and multimedia systems
  • Self Organising Networks (SON), IoT and 5G Architecture
  • RRM, spectrum management and coexistence of wireless systems
  • Green wireless issues
  • QoS / QoE modelling and evaluation
  • Propagation measurements and characterisation
  • Small and smart antennas modelling/verification, array processing and beamforming
  • RF and microwave system design and field trials
  • High precision metrology and uncertainty analysis
  • Multidisciplinary research and development