Sameh Gobriel

Intel (United States) United States of America

Sameh Gobriel received his BE in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering from Cairo University in 1999, the MS and the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2007 and 2008, respectively. He is a senior research scientist at Intel Labs where he drives research to enable future products to be best-in-class in energy-efficient performance. His research interests include energy-efficient design of computer platforms, wireless data networks, adhoc networks and sensor networks, fault-tolerant design and large scale networks. Dr. Gobriel is the author of more than 30 research papers and articles in first tier conferences and journals; he has 14 filed technology patents. He is the recipient of three career awards and he has served on the program committees of numerous conferences and workshops.

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The topic of "Energy Efficiency in Communications and Networks" attracts growing attention due to economical and environmental reasons. The amount of power consumed by information and communication technologies (ICT) is rapidly increasing, as well as the energy bill of service providers. According to a number of studies, ICT alone is responsible for a percentage which varies from 2% to 10% of the world power consumption. Thus, driving rising cost and sustainability concerns about the energy footprint of the IT infrastructure. Energy-efficiency is an aspect that until recently was only considered for battery driven devices. Today we see energy-efficiency becoming a pervasive issue that will need to be considered in all technology areas from device technology to systems management. This book is seeking to provide a compilation of novel research contributions on hardware design, architectures, protocols and algorithms that will improve the energy efficiency of communication devices and networks and lead to a more energy proportional technology infrastructure.

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