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    [Research fields] 

    Computer networks and wireless networks

     

     

     

     [Research interest]    

     

     

    Satellite communication networks, cross-layer scheduling, wireless networks, quality of service mechanisms in high speed networks, network security

     

    [Education]     

     

     

    2008 (Feb. 01)- 2008 (Aug. 01), Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM), Department of Informatics, Canada, Montreal

    2005-2008, PhD on Informatics (Fundamental Networks), The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, National Institute of Informatics, Japan, Tokyo

    2000-2003, MSc. on Architectural Computer Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) , Department of Computer Engineering & IT, Iran, Tehran

    1992-1996, BSc on Computer Software Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Department of Computer Engineering, Iran, Mashad

     

    [Awards]    

     

     

    Ranked First in MSc.                

    Japanese Honor scholarship for PhD.            

    IEEE WiMob 2008 best paper award.     

     

     

    [ISI Journal papers]         

     

     

    1. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Wessam Ajib, : A Short-Time Burst degradation Classifier for Real-Time Traffic with Application in MPLS Ingress Nodes. Journal of Communications (JCM), vol. 6,no. 3, pp. 215-224( May 2011).
    2. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Wessam Ajib, : Packet Scheduling and Fairness for Multiuser MIMO Systems. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 59, no. 3, pp. 1330-1340 (March 2010).
    3. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : Assignment Schemes for Transmit Antennas in MIMO  Systems. IEICE Transactions on Communications, vol. E91-B, no. 5, pp. 1548-1556 (May 2008).
    4. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : A Fair Scheduling Algorithm for Multiple-Antenna Cellular Networks with Dynamic Traffic Load. IEICE Transactions on Communications, vol. E90-B, no. 12, pp. 3612-3621 (December 2007). 
    5. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Siavash Khorsandi, : SIP Extension and Some Approaches for Establishment of a Secure Large-scale Conference. Journal of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Vol.3079, pp.1068-1079, Springer (2004).

     

    [Conference papers]      

     

     

    1. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Wessam Ajib, : Packet Level Scheduling schemes for Multi-User MIMO Systems with beamforming. Proceedings of ACM "IWCMC’10, France, (2010).
    2. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Wessam Ajib, : Proportional Fairness Packet Scheduling with Transmit Beamforming for Multi-User MIMO Systems. Proceedings of IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (IEEE RWS), USA, (2009).
    3. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Wessam Ajib, : Short-term QoS Provisioning in MPLS Ingress Nodes. Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (IEEE LCN), Canada, (2008).
    4. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Wessam Ajib, : Proportional Fairness for MIMO Multi-User Schedulers with Traffic Arrival Process, Proceedings ofIEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications(IEEE WiMob) , France, (2008), France. BEST PAPER AWARD
    5. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : Novel MIMO Packet-based Proportional Fairness Scheduling Framework. Proceedings of IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference(IEEE WCNC), Las Vegas, USA, (2008).
    6. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : A Near Optimal Antenna Assignment for MIMO Systems with Low Complexity. Proceedings of the 15th IEEE International Conference on Networks(IEEE ICON),Adelaide, Australia, (2007).
    7. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : An Adaptive Packet-by-Packet Scheduler for Multi-User MIMO Cellular Systems. Proceedings of the third IEEE/IFIP International Conference in Central Asia on Internet (ICI), Tashkent, Uzbekistan, (2007).
    8. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : MIMO Packet-by-Packet Generalized Processor Sharing: MPGPS. Proceedings of the third IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (IEEE WiCOM), China, (2007).
    9. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : A Traffic Load Adaptive Fair Scheduler for MIMO Systems. Proceedings of the fourth IEEE International Conference on Broadband Communications, Networks, and Systems (IEEE BROADNETS) (2007), Raleigh, North
      Carolina, USA.
    10. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : A Novel Antenna Assignment Scheme for Packet Scheduling in MIMO Systems. Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Communication Systems (IEEE ICCS) (2006),Singapore.
    11. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : A Multi-Output Fair Queueing Scheduler for MIMO Systems. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN), pp.367-373 (2006),Washington DC, USA.
    12. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : Efficient Assignment of Transmit Antennas for Wireless Communications. Proceedings of the Second IEEE/IFIP International Conference in Central Asia on Internet (ICI), P5-1 (2006)Tashkent, Uzbekistan,.
    13. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : MO-FQ: A Performance Enhanced Scheduler for MIMO Systems. Proceedings of 2006 IEICE Society Conference, Tokyo, Japan, BS-15-18 (2006).
    14. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Yusheng Ji, : A Traffic Engineering-QoS Approach to the Traffic Burstiness in Short-Time Scales. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Networking (ICN) (2006),Mauritius.
    15. Masoomeh Torabzadeh and Siavash Khorsandi, : SIP Extension and Some Approaches for Establishment of a Secure Large-scale Conference. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Vol.3079, pp.1068-1079, Springer (2004),Toulouse, France.
    16. Siavash Khorsandi, Masoomeh Torabzadeh, et al., : The Automatic Design of Wide Spread Network Considering QoS Parameters by Genetic Algorithm. Proceedings of 12th Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering, Vol. 1, Mashhad, Iran, May 11-13 (2004).
    17. Siavash Khorsandi, Masoomeh Torabzadeh, et al., : The Traffic Engineering of Non-homogeneous Flows on Link Level Using Equivalent Bandwidth. Proceedings of the ICEE2004, Vol. 1, Mashhad, Iran, May 11-13 (2004).
    18. Siavash Khorsandi, Masoomeh Torabzadeh, et al., : The Traffic Flows Estimation with SNMP Monitoring in IP Networks Based on OSPF. Proceedings of the ICEE2004, Vol. 1, Mashhad, Iran, May 11-13 (2004).

     

     

    [Published books]       

     

     

    1.      Mohammad K. Akbari and Masoomeh Torabzadeh, : Engineering Probability & Statistic. Naghoos Publication, Iran (2002).

     

     

    [Teaching experience]      

     

     

    1. 2009 (January)-2009 (June), Computer Networks in Ferdowsi University of Mashad.
    2. 2009 (January)-2009 (June), Engineering Mathematics in Ferdowsi University of Mashad.
    3. 2003-2004, Computer Networks in Amirkabir University of Technology.
    4. 2003-2004, Internet Engineering in Amirkabir University of Technology.

     

     

    [Other activities in the past] 

     

     

    1. 2005-2008, Research assistant. (National Institute of Informatics (NII), Tokyo)
    2. 2003-2004, internal manager of annational project in Amirkabir University of Technology for Iran Telecommunications Research Center (ITRC):

    2.1.Analysis and fault tolerant network design on Iran IP national network.

    2.2.The analysis of network monitoring requirements and the present of a composite scalable plan for Iran IP national network monitoring.

    2.3.Inspection of the diffusion of Internet in Iran based on GDI model and comparing with the other countries.

    2.4.Service level rules and monitoring in an IP spread network.

    2.5.Visual network simulator & analyzer software implementation.

    1. 1996-2000, other computer related activities such as work in companies as a computer engineer.

     

     

    [International trips and presentations] 

     

     

    1.  SIP Extension and Some Approaches for Establishment of a Secure Large-scale Conference, HSNMC 2004, France
    2.  Efficient Assignment of Transmit Antennas for Wireless Communications, IEEE/IFIP ICI 2006, Uzbekistan
    3. A Multi-Output Fair Queueing Scheduler for MIMO Systems, ICCCN 2006, USA
    4. A Novel Antenna Assignment Scheme for Packet Scheduling in MIMO Systems, IEEE ICCS 2006, Singapore
    5. A Traffic Load Adaptive Fair Scheduler for MIMO Systems, IEEE BROADNETS 2007, USA
    6. MIMO Packet-by-Packet Generalized Processor Sharing: MPGPS, IEEE WiCOM 2007, China
    7. An Adaptive Packet-by-Packet Scheduler for Multi-User MIMO Cellular Systems, IEEE/IFIP ICI 2007, Uzbekistan
    8. A Near Optimal Antenna Assignment for MIMO Systems with Low Complexity, IEEE ICON 2007, Australia

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