Topic：The New Generation of Mobile Communication and Network
Time：14:00-15:00, December 17, 2019
Venue：Room 111, Lab Building, School of International Education
Lecturer：Dr Hamed Ahmadi (University of Essex, UK)
About the lecturer:
Dr Hamed Ahmadi is a lecturer (assistant professor) in communications and networks in school of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at University of Essex, UK. His research interests are Next generation of mobile systems (5G), radio resource allocation, self-organizing networks, small cells, economic models for networks, network virtualization, networked flying platforms, optimization, machine learning, game and auction theory, and evolutionary algorithms. He is a member of editorial board in IEEE Access and Springer Wireless Networks. He has been the recent results track-chair of IEEE PIMRC18, tutorial chair of CrownComm18 and Network Softwarization track-chair of EuCNC19. He has also TPC co-chaired Next-GWIN18 and served Next-GWIN16 as summer school chair. He co-chaired 5G-related workshops in IEEE Globecome18, WCNC18 and PIMRC17.
He was a research fellow at CTVR/CONNECT, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland from 2012 to 2015. At CTVR he was working in Prof. Luiz DaSilva’s team and his research focused on game theoretic and machine learning approaches for decentralize dynamic spectrum access and the next generation of mobile communications, 5G. He started working at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering University College Dublin as a Lecturer in 2015.