The Interdisciplinary Research Center for Communication Systems and Sensing (IRC-CSS) is established as part of the University's plan to focus on research that spans multiple disciplines on areas that are dearly needed in the Kingdom and even globally.
Holistic designs that span multiple disciplines of signal processing, communications, sensing, machine learning, and big data.
Characteristics of next generation (e.g., high node density, wide spatial existence, multitude heterogeneity, context awareness, quality)
Intelligent, self-organized, self-optimized, and context-aware system requirements
Massive systems (Massive IoT, Massive MIMO)
Public safety requirement and energy constraints (Green Communications)
Execute and conduct research
Connect with the industry
Contribute to the university campus through training and teaching
Outreach to the public and contribute to the community
Telecommunications and IT
Defense: GAMI and SAMI
Oil and Gas industry
Hajj and Umrah
Detection of drones/ unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) Localized drone detecti...
Dr. Ali Muqaibel, director of the IRC for communication systems and sensing, and some of his affi...
Dr. Ali Muqaibel, the director of the IRC for Communication Systems and Sensing, and a number of ...
The “6G Networks Opportunities and Challenges” forum was successfully conducted with about 80 par...