Arash Asadi

at IMDEA Networks

Arash ASADI obtained his Ph.D. from University Carlos III of Madrid on March, 2016. He is now a Member of IMDEA Networks’ Alumni Network.
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Research interests

Wireless communications, resource allocation, opportunistic scheduling, cooperative communications, D2D communications, LTE, and QoS.

Short biography

Arash Asadi received a master's degree with the highest distinction in Telematics Engineering from University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain, in October 2012, and a master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Multimedia University, Malaysia in January 2011. He obtained his bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering from Islamic Azad University, Iran, in 2006. He started his research career as a research officer at Multimedia University, focusing on the channel capacity improvement of wireless networks. In July 2011, Arash joined IMDEA Networks Institute, pursuing his PhD studies while being involved in various European research projects such as FLAVIA and CROWD. His primary research interests are the resource allocation in wireless networks, cooperative networks, Device-to-Device communications, and next generation cellular networks.

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Latest News

Our paper on "An SDR-based Experimental Study of Outband D2D Communications" is accepted in INFOCOM'16.

Off to National Instruments, Dresden for four months (Oct 2014).

Done with the masters degree! (Dec 2012)

I joined IMDEA Networks on July 2011.


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