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Iman Valiulahi

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Student, PhD

E: i.valiulahi@ucl.ac.uk
T:  +44(0)207 679 2000 (int. N/A)

Supervisor
Christos Masouros

Research group
Information and Communication Engineering

Energy Harvesting | Arial Base Stations  | Convex Optimization | Unmanned Vehicles 

Biography 

Iman Valiulahi studied his BSc in Electrical Engineering with majors in Electronics at the University of Isfahan, Iran in 2015. He received his MSc in Telecommunication Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Iran in 2018. He earned the 1st place in his master period. During his master project, he was engaged in a variety of signal processing problems such as super-resolution, one-bit compressed sensing, OFDM radar, and blind deconvolution. The result of these projects was two papers in IEEE Transaction on Signal Processing (one of them is still under major revise) and one paper in IEEE communication letters. The aim of his master study was to show that total-variation norm minimization can be used to detect sparse sources in a continuous dictionary and also is robust against spiky noise. In 2019, he joined University College London (UCL) in the UK, as an early-stage researcher for the European ITN Project PAINLESS, for which he will work on the topic of energy balancing and optimization framework for future energy-neutral HetNets.

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