Safana Al Zoubi

Ph.D. candidate in Ingegneria Elettrica, Elettronica E Delle Comunicazioni , 39th cycle (2023-2026)
Department of Electronics and Telecommunications (DET)

Research Assistant
Department of Electronics and Telecommunications (DET)



Research topic

DSP-based impairment compensation within 6G Optical Fiber Networks


Research interests

Optical and Wireless Digital Transmissions Systems


Safana Alzoubi, a current Marie Curie doctoral candidate within the EWOC (Enabling Virtualized Wireless and Optical Coexistence for 5G and Beyond) project, is pursuing her Ph.D. studies in optical communications at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Her research focuses on DSP-based impairment compensation within 6G Optical Fiber Networks (OFH), with the overarching goal of advancing wireless and optical communications coexistence for future generations.
Prior to her Ph.D. pursuits, Safana Alzoubi, a recipient of the Erasmus scholarship during her master's studies, earned an MSc in Telecommunication Engineering from Staffordshire University, UK, and a BSc in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from Damascus University.
Engaging in research experiences such as the Power Project for future Passive Optical Networks at the Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal, and independent projects on optical communications, Safana Alzoubi's professional journey encompasses diverse roles. She has also participated in the UK's Access Network Expansion Project during her master's industrial placement and held positions as a Lecturer, Network Security Engineer, and Microwave Engineer. This integrated approach reflects Safana's commitment to combining academic exploration with practical applications throughout her career.