Mohammad R. Kadhum is a PhD researcher in the physical layer of future wireless networks and mobile communications, particularly, the wireless waveform for 5G and beyond. In addition, he works as a lecturer in the Networks Engineering / University of Northampton. Besides, he serves as a president of the IEEE Student Branch of the University. He has about 10 years of experience in writing and publishing papers in prestige journals and conferences in the UK and USA. Previously, Mohammad worked as a lecturer and supervisor for the Information Technology (IT) and the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Middle East universities for several years. He got a scholarship to pursue his master at the American University in Lebanon and graduated with an excellent grade in Communications and Computer Science. He graduated from Baghdad University as one of the top three BSc computer students.