CWNLab People

photo of Dr. Nazanin RahnavardDr. Nazanin Rahnavard

Associate Professor

Dr. Rahnavard is the director of the Communications and Wireless Networks (CWN) Lab. She received her BS and MS from Sharif University of Technology in 1998 and 2001, respectively, and her Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2007.

Dr. Rahnavard has received NSF CAREER Award in 2011. She is also is the recipient of 2007 Outstanding Research Award from the Center of Signal and Image Processing (CSIP) at Georgia Tech, and her bio is listed in the 2010 edition of Who's Who in America. She serves on the editorial board of the Elsevier Journal on Computer Networks (COMNET) and on the Technical Program Committee of several prestigious international conferences.

Dr. Rahnavard has interest and expertise in variety of research topics in communications and networking areas. She is particularly interested in compressive sensing, cognitive radio networks, ad-hoc/sensor networks, machine learning, and signal processing for biomedical applications.

 

Current Students

  

ShengAlireza Zaeemzadeh

PhD Student

Alireza received his BS degrees from University of Tehran in 2014. He joined CWNLab in Aug 2014 and his research interests are cognitive radio networks and compressive sensing.

 

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ShengMohsen Joneidi

PhD Student

Mohsen received his BS and MS degrees from Ferdosi Mashhad University and Sharif University of Technology, respectively. He joined CWNLab in Aug 2014 and his research interests are dictionary learning and compressive sensing.

 

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ShengSheng Wang

PhD Student

Sheng received his BS and MS degrees from Hefei University of Technology and Tianjin University, China, in 2008 and 2010, respectively. He joined CWNLab in Aug 2010. His research interests are in compressive sensing and cognitive radio networks.

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 Alumni and Past Visitors

 

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Dr. Ali Talari joined CWNlab in January 2008 and graduated with a PhD degree in Dec. 2012. He has joined CISCO Systems in California after his graduation.

 

 

 

 

 

photo of Behzad ShahrasbiDr. Behzad Shahrasbi joined CWNlab in Fall 2008 as a master student and graduated with a PhD degree in Dec. 2015. He has joined Gainspeed Inc. in California after his graduation.

 

 

 

 

  

 photo of Aram AlmuhanaAram AlMuhana, joined CWNLab in summer 2011 to recieved his M.Sc. degree in Jan. 2013. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ukash Nakarami joined CWNLab in Spring 2010 and recieved his M.Sc. degree in Nov. 2011. 

 

 

 

 

 

photo of Ashish WaniAshish Wani joined CWNLab in Fall 2009 to recieved his M.Sc. degree in Nov. 2011. 

 

 

 

 

 

  David Ferlemann joined CWNlab in 2010, when he was an undergraduate student in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at OSU. He conducted several research projects related to wireless sensor networks and robotics. He joined Tinker AFB (affiliated with the DoD) after his graduation.

  

 

 

 

 

 Betelhem Matieos graduated with an MS degree in summer 2011. Betelhem received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Arba Minch University, Ethiopia and joined CWNLab in Aug 2008. Betelhem recieved "2010 Microsoft Research Graduate Women's Scholarship".

 

 

 

 

 Jason Pitts, graduated with an MS degree in May 2009. Thesis: Efficient broadcast in mobile ad-hoc networks utilizing rateless coding, May 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

Jonghyun Baik,  Phd Students in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Visiting CWNlab in Spring 2014.

Youngkil Suh,  Phd Students in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Visiting CWNlab in Spring 2014.

Ngoc-Hien Lam, Undergraduate Intern from University of Limoges, France, Summer 2009. Research topic: Wireless Mobile and sensor networks.