Wireless Networks and Embedded Systems Laboratory
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office: 460 ISEC, Boston, MA 02115
Mail: 409 Dana Research Center, 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115
Amani Al-shawabka received her B.S. degree in "Communication Engineering" from Yarmouk University in Jordan, an MBA degree in "Marketing" from the German Jordanian University in Jordan, and an M.S. degree in "Computer Networks and Security" from Northeastern University, MA, USA. Currently, she is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Engineering at Northeastern University, MA, USA. She started her professional career in mobile network companies one year before completing her B.S. degree. She joined the core network engineering team of Petra Jordanian Mobile Telecommunication Company (The Orange Group), Jordan, where she gained extensive experience in most mobile Network Switching Subsystems. She occupied many positions until being the Roaming Team Leader-Technical sector. After gaining this technical experience, she was interested in diversifying her career experience in other areas. She was offered an opportunity to join the marketing team of Umniah Mobile Company (The Batelco group), Jordan. She occupied many positions in wholesale and roaming until becoming a Roaming Expert-Marketing sector. That opportunity helped her build a good knowledge of cellular networks' technical and marketing perspectives. To enrich her marketing knowledge, she obtained an MBA degree in Marketing in addition to her engineering education..
Internet of Things
Amani Al-shawabka, Philip Pietraski, Sudhir B Pattar, Pedram Johari, and Tommaso Melodia, "SignCRF: Scalable Channel-agnostic Data-driven Radio Authentication System", arXiv:2303.12811 [cs.CR cs.AI cs.LG cs.NI], March 2023. [pdf] [bibtex]
A. Al-Shawabka, P. Pietraski, S. B Pattar, F. Restuccia, and T. Melodia, "DeepLoRa: Fingerprinting LoRa Devices at Scale Through Deep Learning and Data Augmentation," to appear in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Theory, Algorithmic Foundations, and Protocol Design for Mobile Networks and Mobile Computing (ACM MobiHoc), Shanghai, China, July 2021.
A. Al-Shawabka, P. Pietraski, S. B Pattar, F. Restuccia, and T. Melodia, "DeepLoRa: Fingerprinting LoRa Devices at Scale Through Deep Learning and Data Augmentation," to appear in Proc. ACM Intl. Symp. on Theory, Algorithmic Foundations, and Protocol Design for Mobile Networks and Mobile Computing (ACM MobiHoc), Shanghai, China, July 2021.
A. Al-shawabka, F. Restuccia, S. D’Oro, T.Melodia, "Massive-Scale I/Q Datasets for WiFi Radio Fingerprinting," Computer Networks, Vol. 182, December 2020. [pdf] [bibtex]
A. Al-Shawabka, F. Restuccia, S. D'Oro, T. Jian, B. Costa Rendon, N. Soltani, J. Dy, K. Chowdhury, S. Ioannidis and T. Melodia, "Exposing the Fingerprint: Dissecting the Impact of the Wireless Channel on Radio Fingerprinting," to appear in Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (IEEE INFOCOM), Beijing, China, April 2020. [pdf] [bibtex]
L. Bertizzolo, L. Bonati, E. Demirors, A. Al-Shawabka, S. D'Oro, F. Restuccia, and T. Melodia, "Arena: A 64-antenna SDR-based Ceiling Grid Testing Platform for Sub-6 GHz 5G-and-Beyond Radio Spectrum Research," submitted for publication, Elsevier Computer Networks (COMNET), 2020. [pdf] [bibtex]
F. Restuccia, S. D'Oro, A. Al-Shawabka, M. Belgiovine, L. Angioloni, S. Ioannidis, K. Chowdhury and T. Melodia, "DeepRadioID: Real-Time Channel-Resistent Optimization of Deep Learning-based Radio Fingerprinting Algorithms," to appear in Proceedings of the ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing (ACM MobiHoc), Catania, Italy, July 2019.