Hamed Ahmadi

Hamed Ahmadi

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Former affiliation

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Machine learning and advance signal processing for beyond 5G network automation

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Biography

Hamed Ahmadi is a Senior Lecturer (associate professor) in the department of Electronic Engineering at University of York, UK, He is also an adjunct academic at the school of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin, Ireland. He received his Ph.D. from National University of Singapore in 2012 where he was a funded PhD student at Institute for Infocomm Research, A-STAR. Since then he worked at different academic and industrial positions in Republic of Ireland and UK. In his academic roles he has been involved in UCD Beijin Dublin International College and University of Essex partnership with Xi'an Northwest University. Dr. Ahmadi has published more than 70 peer reviewed book chapters, journal and conference papers. He is a member of editorial board of IEEE Communications Standards magazine, IEEE Systems and Springer Wireless Networks. He is a senior member of IEEE, Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy, and Networks working group co-chair and a management committee member of COST Actions CA20120 (INTERACT) and CA15104 (IRACON). His current research interests include design, analysis, and optimization of wireless communications networks, airborne networks, wireless network virtualization, blockchain, Internet-of-Things, cognitive radio networks, and the application of machine learning in small cell and self-organizing networks.

Research interests

Design, analysis, and optimization of wireless communications networks, airborne networks, wireless network virtualization, blockchain, Internet-of-Things, cognitive radio networks, and the application of machine learning in small cell and self-organizing networks.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, National University of Singapore

External positions

Visiting assistant professor, University College Dublin,

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