Robil Daher is currently an Assoc. Prof. at the German University in Cairo (GUC) in Egypt. He received his B.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering from Tishreen University (Syria) in 1996, and his Ph.D. from Rostock University in 2007 in the field of load balancing and QoS for wireless networks.
In his carrier he got several awards, among others: award for excellent achievements granted by Ministry of Higher Education (Syria) in 1997; award for being the 2nd best research team granted by VentureCup-MV Ideas Competition (Ministry of Education, Science and Culture in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany) in 2010.
His research interests include: firstly, wireless networks with more focus on vehicular communication networks, multi-hop networks, heterogeneous networks, and subjects of QoS, routing and load distribution; secondly, interplanetary communication and delay tolerant networks; finally, future Internet technologies with focus on multi-homing and mobility management.
He is organizer of several workshops and author/co-author of several scientific publications. He is member of several scientific organizations and has recently co-established the “Scientific Society of Interplanetary Communication” for supporting and enhancing the R&D activities in the field of interplanetary communication in Germany.
He worked as researcher and lecturer in various universities (Tishreen University, Syria; Rostock University, Germany; German University in Cairo, Egypt). He also worked in and for the Industry, such as working on studies for Lufthansa and Deutsche Telekom.