Virginia Polytechnic and State University (VPI), Blacksburg, VA
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, December 1995
The George Washington University, Washington, D.C
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, August 1988
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, 1986
My Name is Abdul R. Yarali. I received my B.S., MS, and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from University of Florida, The George Washington University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and State University, respectively. Following my graduation, I have worked chiefly in the wireless mobile communications industry field as a technical advisor, engineering director, and now as a professor at Murray State University (MSU), Murray, KY. While in the wireless industry, as the project leader, I have led research and engineering teams working on location, completing numerous contracts in wireless mobile communications systems design, implementation and optimization for leading telecommunications companies such as AT&T, NORTEL, and Sprint PCS in the U.S. I have been a faculty member at the School of Engineering and Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) and Cybersecurity and Network Management (CNM) program at Murray State University since 2003, where I have developed a wireless option program for undergraduate students. My interest continues to be focused on higher generations of wireless mobile communications systems, small space satellites, IoT, cybersecurity, and smart grid infrastructures. I have presented articles, lectures, and keynote talks in mobile communications networking in North America, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and Europe. In addition, I have served as a participant, panelist, chair, and organizer for workshops and conferences on the integration of teaching and research, particularly in wireless communications, cybersecurity, and small satellites. I have been the author and editor of journals, magazines, and books in wireless communications, IoT, big data, sensors, cybersecurity and AI. I have been a co-investigator in several projects, including the GNSS project with the National Institute of Hometown Security (NIHS), tasked by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
From 5G to 6G: Technlogies, Architecture, AI and security. Wiley-IEEE publishing company, in progress, to be in the market in August 2023.
Cybersecurity and Forensics: Challenges and Future Paradigm, Nova Publications, 2022.
Abdulrahman Yarali, “Intelligent Connectivity: AI, IoT, and 5G,” John Wiley & Sons, July 2021
Abdulrahman Yarali, Ph.D., Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN): Technology and Applications, Nova Inc. Publisher, 2020
Yarali, Abdul; “Public Safety Network from LTE to 5G”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2019.
Yarali, A., and Ramage, M.L., “Big Data and Cloud: Trust, Security, and Privacy,” Nova Publishing Inc 2019.
A. Yarali, “Cloud, Fog, and Edge: Technologies and Trends in the Telecommunication Industry,” Nova Publishing Inc., 4Q, 2018.
A. Yarali, “IoT: Platforms, Connectivity, Applications and Services", Nova Publishing Inc., Jan. 2018
Yarali, A., “5G Mobile: From Research and Innovations to Deployments Aspects”, Nova Publishing Inc., April 2017, Editor.
Yarali, A., “4G and Beyond: The Convergence of Networks, Devices, and Services”, Nova Publishing Inc., September 2015, Editor.