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Alireza Borhani

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

E-mail:
alireza.borhani@uia.no
Telephone:
37 23 37 18
Office:
C5136 ( Jon Lilletunsvei 9, Grimstad )
Office hours:
7:30 - 5:30
Department:
Department of Information and Communication Technology

Projects

He is experienced in project development and leadership with successful track records of creating project plans from A to Z, granted competitive external funds, establishing strategic partnership at national and international levels and across multi-functional teams. 

He is the main developer of the WiCare^Pre project, also the main developer and co-leader of the main WiCare project, both funded by NFR. He has also developed several other successful project proposals in collaboration with UiA’s partners at both national and international levels. He has also been involved in some EU (FP7 and H2020) projects.

He has world-class publications in level-II journals and conferences with more than 130 citations, as well as a PhD thesis consist of 8 peer reviewed journal papers, and a couple of book chapters.

Background

Alireza holds the PhD degree in ICT, the MSc in Wireless Communications, and the BSc in Electrical Engineering. He joined the ICT department of UiA in 2011. He has been working at UiA for the past 7 years, having different roles and titles, ranging from PhD fellow and Project Developer, over Associate Professor, and up to Postdoc and Project Leader.

He has wide expertise in data science, signal processing, stochastic data modelling, forecasting, and data-driven business/technical value creation. As an ICT expert, he has hands in wireless communications systems (LTE and 5G), IoT services, vehicular technology, automotive radar technology, detection algorithm design, and ICT-based healthcare solutions. 

He works proactively to transform innovative ideas into practical solutions and technical architectures of high performance. I welcome new challenges and collaboration opportunities. He is also involved in many voluntary activities, ranging from TEDx and Red Cross to reviewing technical papers and chairing international conferences. 

Academic interests

  • Technological Innovation and Digitalization

  • 5G and IoT

  • ICT-Based Healthcare Solutions

  • Radar and Vehicular Communications

  • Big Data and Data Analytics

  • Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition

  • Business Value Creation

  • Business Process Improvement

  • Innovation Business Development   

Last changed: 2017-11-06 20:15:03

Publications

  • Borhani Alireza, Stüber Gordon L., Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Random Trajectory Approach for the Development of Nonstationary Channel Models Capturing Different Scales of Fading (2017). IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology . ISSN 0018-9545. 66 (1), s 2 - 14 doi: 10.1109/TVT.2016.2548563
  • Jaime-Rodriguez J. J., Gutierrez Carlos Adrian, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Borhani Alireza, On the spectral moments of non-WSSUS mobile-to-mobile double Rayleigh fading channels (2017). IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications workshops . ISSN 2166-9570.
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Highly Flexible Trajectory Model Based on the Primitives of Brownian Fields---Part II: Analysis of the Statistical Properties (2015). IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications . ISSN 1536-1276. 15 (1), s 247 - 257 doi: 10.1109/TWC.2015.2470257
  • Firoozi Farhad, Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Experimental Characterization of Mobile Fading Channels Aiming the Design of Non-Wearable Fall Detection Radio Systems at 5.9 GHz (2016).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A highly flexible trajectory model based on the primitives of brownian fields - Part I: Fundamental principles and implementation aspects (2014). IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications . ISSN 1536-1276. 14 (2), s 770 - 780 doi: 10.1109/TWC.2014.2360181
  • Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Borhani Alireza, A Non-Stationary Multipath Fading Channel Model Incorporating the Effect of Velocity Variations of the Mobile Station (2014).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Novel Non-Stationary Channel Model Utilizing Brownian Random Paths (2014). REV Journal on Electronics and Communications . ISSN 1859-378X. 1 (1-2), s 8 - 15
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A new non-stationary channel model based on drifted Brownian random paths (2014).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, On the Spatial Configuration of Scatterers for Given Delay-Angle Distributions (2014). Engineering Letters . ISSN 1816-093X. 22 (1), s 34 - 38
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Non-Stationary One-Ring Scattering Model (2013).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A unified disk scattering model and its angle-of-departure and time-of-arrival statistics (2013). IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology . ISSN 0018-9545. 62 (2), s 473 - 485 doi: 10.1109/TVT.2012.2227859
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Correlation and Spectral Properties of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Channels in the Presence of Moving Scatterers (2013). IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology . ISSN 0018-9545. 62 (9), s 4228 - 4239 doi: 10.1109/TVT.2013.2280674
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Modelling of Non-Stationary Mobile Radio Channels Incorporating the Brownian Mobility Model With Drift (2013).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Modelling of Non-Stationary Mobile Radio Channels Using Two-Dimensional Brownian Motion Processes (2013).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Modeling of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Channels in the Presence of Moving Scatterers (2012).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Time-of-Arrival, Angle-of-Arrival, and Angle-of-Departure Statistics of a Novel Simplistic Disk Channel Model (2011).
  • Borhani Alireza, Stüber Gordon L., Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Random Trajectory Approach for the Development of Nonstationary Channel Models Capturing Different Scales of Fading (2017). IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology . ISSN 0018-9545. 66 (1), s 2 - 14 doi: 10.1109/TVT.2016.2548563
  • Jaime-Rodriguez J. J., Gutierrez Carlos Adrian, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Borhani Alireza, On the spectral moments of non-WSSUS mobile-to-mobile double Rayleigh fading channels (2017). IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications workshops . ISSN 2166-9570.
  • Firoozi Farhad, Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Experimental Characterization of Mobile Fading Channels Aiming the Design of Non-Wearable Fall Detection Radio Systems at 5.9 GHz (2016).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Highly Flexible Trajectory Model Based on the Primitives of Brownian Fields---Part II: Analysis of the Statistical Properties (2015). IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications . ISSN 1536-1276. 15 (1), s 247 - 257 doi: 10.1109/TWC.2015.2470257
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A highly flexible trajectory model based on the primitives of brownian fields - Part I: Fundamental principles and implementation aspects (2014). IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications . ISSN 1536-1276. 14 (2), s 770 - 780 doi: 10.1109/TWC.2014.2360181
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A new non-stationary channel model based on drifted Brownian random paths (2014).
  • Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Borhani Alireza, A Non-Stationary Multipath Fading Channel Model Incorporating the Effect of Velocity Variations of the Mobile Station (2014).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, A Novel Non-Stationary Channel Model Utilizing Brownian Random Paths (2014). REV Journal on Electronics and Communications . ISSN 1859-378X. 1 (1-2), s 8 - 15
  • Pätzold Matthias Uwe, Borhani Alireza, A Non-Stationary Multipath Fading Channel Model Incorporating the Effect of Velocity Variations of the Mobile Station (2014).
  • Borhani Alireza, Pätzold Matthias Uwe, On the Spatial Configuration of Scatterers for Given Delay-Angle Distributions (2014). Engineering Letters . ISSN 1816-093X. 22 (1), s 34 - 38

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