Analysis and Optimization of NOMA in Smart Grid Applications

The proposed research aims to find a solution to the connectivity of the massive number of devices that are essential for the monitoring and regulation of power generation and demands in power grids. Power grids present specific challenges that the intern will take into consideration and seek to propose solutions to the connectivity and security of these devices. Hence, the proposed research will contribute to the efficient implementation and optimization of two-way communications capabilities in power grids. This will lead to a more reliable, secure and efficient power grid is expected to benefit the partner organization economically.

Faculty Supervisor:

Georges Kaddoum


Bassant Selim



Engineering - computer / electrical


Information and communications technologies




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