Guevara Noubir

Affiliated Faculty,  Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor,  Khoury College of Computer Sciences



Professor Noubir’s research focuses on wireless systems. His interests lie in the theory, design, and prototyping of scalable, robust, and secure heterogeneous wireless communication systems. Most of his research centers around the design of cross-layer cooperative communication mechanisms and resiliency to adversarial attacks.


  • PhD, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne

Research Centers and Institutes


Jul 09, 2024

Growing the Cybersecurity Workforce

Khoury/ECE Associate Professor Wil Robertson, ECE Distinguished Professor David Kaeli, and Affiliated Faculty Guevara Noubir were awarded a $4.8 million NSF renewal CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service (SFS) program grant for “Securing the Future: Scholarship for Service at Northeastern University.”


Apr 09, 2018

NSF PAWR Project Office Awards First Round of Funding

NSF PAWR Project Office Awards First Round of Funding for Groundbreaking Community-scale Wireless Experimental Platforms Northeastern’s College of Engineering research team, led by Tommaso Melodia, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering (ECE), together with U.S. Ignite, Inc., a nonprofit organization, was selected to direct a National Science Foundation initiative: Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research. […]


Jun 28, 2017

Protecting Privacy for Wireless Medical Devices

Affiliated CCIS Professor Guevara Noubir and ECE Associate Professor Kaushik Chowdhury were awarded a $300K NSF grant for "Assessing and Protecting Privacy in Wireless Wearable Sensor-Generated Medical Data".

Mar 19, 2015

FY16 TIER 1 Award Recipients

18 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY16 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 11 different projects representing over $400K dollars of investment in research.

Jul 06, 2011

Search and Rescue Robot

A group of capstone students, under the direction of ECE Professor Charles DiMarzio, developed a life-saving robot that searches a disaster stuck area for survivors by detecting where cell phones are.

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