Dr. Susanna Mosleh is a Professional Research Experience Program (PREP) postdoctoral researcher working in the Shared Spectrum Metrology Group of the Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). She spent the summer of 2015 and 2016 working with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Rome, NY as a Visiting Research Assistant, and has served as a visiting research scholar for ten months at the University at Buffalo (UB) and four months at the University of Kansas (KU) prior to joining KU as a Ph.D. student.
Susanna's general research interests lie in enabling technologies for 5G and Beyond networks, including massive MIMO, millimeter-wave communication systems, Cloud-RAN and interference alignment. Her expertise includes artificial intelligence/machine learning and its application to wireless communication systems (symbol detection/KPI estimation/Precoder design/RF parameter optimization/spectrum sharing and channel selection) as well as resource allocation and optimization for current and future 5G networks. Her research at NIST is focused on developing new methods for spectrum sharing and wireless coexistence networks.