Dr. Anis Zarrad is a lecturer (Assistant Professor) at School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham. He received the BSc and the PhD degrees in Computer Science from University of Ottawa, and the MSc degree in Computer Science from Concordia University. His research focuses on mobile Collaborative virtual environment and Wireless Communication with a particular interest in routing protocol testing and validation. His research has been published widely in many academic journals and conferences.
He worked with Prof. Azzedine Boukerche in the Computer Science Lab (PARADISE). His PhD research focused on developing a routing network protocol for mobile collaborative virtual environment, with the ultimate goal of reducing network traffic.