Yasser Fadlallah was born in Beirut, Lebanon on May 1988. In 2010, he received the telecommnication engineering diploma from the Lebanese University- Faculty of Engineering, Lebanon. Then, he joined the electrical and electronic departement at Université de Bretagne Occidentale where he obtained the Master's degree in telecommunication and signal processing. In 2013, he finished his PhD studies on "Interference managment in wireless communcation" at Telecom Bretagne (ENST Bretagne), under the supervision of Prof. Ramesh Pyndiah, Dr. Karine Amis and Dr. Abdeldjalil Aissa-El-Bey. He was invited as a visting researcher at University of Waterloo, where he worked with Prof. Amir Khandani on "Transmitter and receiver design for MIMO interference channel".
He is currently working as an R&D engineer on the advanced receiver for LTE and for next generations in mobile communications. He has published papers in different international conferences and journals.