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Abolfazl Nazari


Phone: +61 3 9214 4836
Email: anazari (at) swin.edu.au
Position: PhD Candidate, Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures

My Current Research Activity:

Multimedia communication over Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) is my current research interest. As my PHD thesis I am working on providing seamless multimedia over WiMAX and LTE technologies. These technologies are the main technologies for the Forth Generation of wireless networks (4G). At the moment I am focused on the handover management and efficient usage of interfaces in multi-interface user equipment (UE). OPNET is being used as the simulation tool for this research project (more information...).

Past Research Activities and Projects:

  • WiMAX and Wi-Fi Access Networks in Next Generation Network (NGN), Iran Telecommunication Research Center
  • UMTS Performance Enhancement Using WLAN, University of Tehran
  • Infrared and Ultrasonic Electronic Tracker, Tehran Polytechnique
  • Qualifications:

  • MSc (Telecommunication - Systems), University of Tehran, Iran, 2006
  • BSc (Computer science with law), Amir Kabir University (Tehran Polytechnique), Iran, 2003
  • Work experience:
  • 2007-2008: Technical Manager, Kava Intelligent Communication Tehran, Iran
  • 2007: Telecom Engineer, ISP Computers Tehran, Iran
  • 2004-2007: Researcher, Iran Telecommunication Research Center, Tehran, Iran
  • Publications:
  • Abolfazl Nazari, Philip Branch, Jason But, Hai Vu, “PRIME: Pre-Registration for IMS Mobility Enhancement”, IEEE ICME, 2012
  • Abolfazl Nazari, Philip Branch, Jason But, Hai Vu, “Conservative Soft Handoff for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks”, IEEE WCNC, 2010
  • A. Nazari, N. Yazdani, N. Rezaee, “An algorithm to enhance network selection performance in an integrated UMTS/WLAN environments”, WINSYS, Portugal, 2006
  • A. Nazari, N. Yazdani, N. Rezaee, “Bandwidth management in shared WLAN”, CHINACOM, China, 2006
  • Last Updated: Monday 22-Oct-2012 11:11:55 EST | Maintained by: Abofazl Nazari (anazari@swin.edu.au) | Authorised by: Grenville Armitage ( garmitage@swin.edu.au)