Ameera A. Salman Al-Karkhi
Tel: +44 (0) 161 295 2906
Mrs. Ameera A. Salman Al-Karkhi born in Baghdad/Iraq, she is now a PhD. Student, in Context Awareness Computer Networking; she started in Jan. 2008 at the University of Salford within the School of computing Science and Engineering.
She graduated from the University of Technology, Baghdad in 1997 with a BSc. in Systems and Control Engineering and obtained MSc. in Computer Engineering from the same university in 2000. She joined The University of Technology in October 2000 as an assistance lecturer within the Department of Systems and Control Engineering. Then she became a lecturer in 2006.
During this period, she was involved in a number of research projects within the area of microcontrollers and Software Engineering. She has delivered courses in PC interfacing, microcontroller and computer networks. She also worked as a part time consultant at the General Systems Company (GSC) in Baghdad.
PhD. Research project description
Smart environments are small worlds that continuously interact with people using a variety of wireless devices, such as mobile phones and PDAs, to make their lives more comfortable and secure. In order to provide the users with the required services by the environment, it is important to securely and accurately establish the identity of the user interacting with it. The user’s identity information is used by the systems in the environment to retrieve a variety of context information, which is necessary for providing the needed services. In this research project we aim to provide a secure method for verifying the identity of the user when interacting with the smart environment.
- Ameera A. Salman Al-Karkhi, Munqith Al-Baker “Design, implementation and testing of a control system for heat treatment furnaces crane system based on single chip microcontroller” ,Communication ,Control And Computer Eng. Journal, 2004 Baghdad/Iraq.
- Ameera A. Salman Al-Karkhi, “Design a general purpose transmitter based on AT89C51 Microcontroller”, Communication, Control and Computer Eng. Journal, 2005 Baghdad/Iraq.