Contact Dr Reza Mohammadkhani

Areas of expertise

  • Autonomous Systems
  • Communications Systems
  • Computing, Simulation & Modelling
  • Sensor Technologies

Background

Education:

-- PhD, Signal Processing and Communications,  University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, 2012.

-- MSc, Electrical Engineering-Telecommunications, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2004.

-- BSc, Electrical Engineering-Electronics, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, 2001.

Dr Reza Mohammadkhani has been with the University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran as an Assistant Professor of Signal Processing and Communication Systems in the Department of Electrical Engineering for more than 6 years (2012-2018), supervising postgraduate research students and teaching postgraduate and undergraduate modules in electrical engineering and wireless communications. 

Dr Mohammadkhani has been working on signal processing for wireless communications and radar systems for more than 15 years.  From Spring 2014, he has been focusing on 5G Wireless Communications (massive MIMO, and Millimeter-Wave MIMO for mobile and vehicular communications, cognitive radio, device-to-device, and etc).

Research opportunity

-- Signal Processing for Wireless Communications and Radar Systems

-- 5G and beyond Wireless Communications (massive MIMO, and Millimeter-Wave MIMO)

-- Vehicular Communications (V2V, V2I, and V2X)

-- Wireless Communications and Networking (Cognitive Radio, Interference Alignment, etc.)

-- Adaptive Array processing and Beamforming for Wireless and Radar Systems.

Current activities

Research Fellow in Autonomous Systems, Aerospace Integration Research Centre.

I am currently involved in the following projects: 

-- Autonomous inspections for non-destructive evaluation of aircraft composite materials http://compinnova.net/

-- Validation of AI models for Human Drive project that uses Machine Learning to develop natural, human-like vehicle control https://humandrive.co.uk/

Publications

Articles In Journals

Conference Papers