I was born in Lebanon, in 1992.
I started university in 2010 at the Faculty of Engineering of the Lebanese University.
In 2014, I joined INSA de Lyon for a double degree program, and did a Master of Research in Computer Science, majoring in Networks.
For my master thesis, I joined the CITI Lab at INSA de Lyon for 5 months for an INRIA research internship. I worked on photovoltaic energy harvesting for Wireless Sensor Networks.
In July 2015, I obtained the Master degree in Computer Science from INSA Lyon, as well as the Computer and Telecommunication Engineering diploma from the Lebanese University.
Since October 2015, I am a PhD student at the CITI lab of INSA de Lyon, within the AGORA team. I am advised by Prof. Fabrice Valois and Dr Razvan Stanica. My PhD thesis is part of the "FED4PMR" project, headed by Thales CS, and gathering several industrial and academic partners. I mainly work on topics related to self-organization in LTE Professional Mobile Radio networks.
[c1] Jad Oueis, Razvan Stanica and Fabrice Valois, "Linking the Environment, the Battery, and the Application in Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Networks", 15th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AdHoc-Now), Lille, France, July 2016.
[c2] Jad Oueis, Razvan Stanica and Fabrice Valois, "Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Networks: From Characterization to Duty Cycle Dimensioning", 13th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad hoc and Sensor Systems (MASS), Brasilia, Brazil, October 2016.
• Fundamentals of Computer Networking (Labs) - Fall 2016.
• Network and System Programming (Labs) - Spring 2017.
• Mobile Networks Architecture (Labs) - Spring 2017.