Hossein Akhlaghpasand, PhD Student
Mobile Broadband Network Research Group (MBNRG)
Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST)
Tehran, Iran
Link:   www.mobilebroadband.ir
Field of Study: Massive MIMO Systems, Multiple Antenna Processing,
                         Pilot Contamination, Wireless Sensor Networks.


I finished my BSc in Communications Engineering at University of Zanjan (ZNU), Zanjan, Iran in 2012. From 2012 to 2014, I studied my MSc in Wireless Communication Networks in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Tehran (UT), Tehran, Iran, under the direction of Dr. Vahid Shah-Mansouri. I have started to work in the Mobile Broadband Network Research Group (MBNRG) at the School of Electrical Engineering in Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Tehran, Iran as a PhD student since 2015. My supervisor is Dr. S. Mohammad Razavizadeh from IUST, Tehran, Iran and my adviser is Dr. Emil Björnson from Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden. My PhD research is generally on wireless communications with focus on multiple antenna techniques and next generation (5G) mobile networks. I am currently pursuing the intentional interference in the physical layer of the massive MIMO systems.


       M. Baianifar, S. M. Razavizadeh, H. Akhlaghpasand, I. Lee, "Energy Efficiency Maximization in mmWave Wireless Networks with 3D Be-           amforming", IEEE J. Commun. and Net. , To appear.

          H. Akhlaghpasand, S. M. Razavizadeh, E. Björnson, T. T. Do, "Jamming Detection in Massive MIMO Systems", IEEE Wireless Commun. Lett. , vol.            7, pp. 242-245, Apr. 2018.

          H. Akhlaghpasand, S. M. Razavizadeh, "Adaptive Pilot Decontamination in Multi-cell Massive MIMO Networks", Springer Telecommun. Syst. , vol.            66, pp. 515522, Nov. 2017.

         H. Akhlaghpasand, V. Shah-Mansouri, "Minimum Delay Scheduling for Raw-Data Convergecast in Wireless Field Networks", in Proc. IEEE Int.               Symp. Pers. Indoor Mobile Radio Commun. (PIMRC), Aug. 2015, pp. 1830-1834.