Researcher Information - Professor Abbas Jamalipour


Personal Details

Name Professor Abbas Jamalipour
Affiliation University of Sydney
Contact Details School of Electrical & Information Engineering, University of Sydney
Sydney, NSW
Phone: +61 2 9351 2843
Fax: +61 2 9351 3847
Email:
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Website http://www.ee.usyd.edu.au/~abbas/

Biography

Abbas Jamalipour holds a PhD from Nagoya University, Japan. He is the author of the first book on wireless IP and two other books, and has co-authored five books and over 180 technical papers, all in the field of mobile communications network. He is a Fellow of IEEE (for contributions to next generation networks for traffic control), a Fellow of Institute of Engineers Australia; an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer; the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Wireless Communications; and a Technical Editor of several scholarly journals including IEEE Communications, Wiley International Journal of Communication Systems, Journal of Communication Network, etc. His areas of research are wireless data communication networks, wireless IP networks, next generation mobile networks, traffic control, network security and management, and satellite systems. He was one of the first researchers to disseminate the fundamental concepts of the next generation mobile networks and broadband convergence networks as well as the integration of WLAN and cellular networks; some of which are being gradually deployed by industry and included in the ITU-T standards. Professor Jamalipour has authored several invited papers and been a keynote speaker in many prestigious conferences. He served as the Chair of the Satellite and Space Communications Technical Committee (2004-06); and currently is the Vice Chair of Communications Switching and Routing TC; and Chair of Chapters Coordinating Committee, Asia-Pacific Board, all from the IEEE Communications Society. He is a voting member of the IEEE GITC and IEEE WCNC Steering Committee. He has been a Vice Chair of IEEE WCNC2003 to 2006, Program Chair of SPECTS2004, Chair of symposiums at IEEE GLOBECOM2005 to 2007 and IEEE ICC2005 to 2008, and many other conferences. He has received several prestigious awards, such as 2006 IEEE Distinguished Contribution to Satellite Communications Award, 2006 IEEE Communications Society Best Tutorial Paper Award, and 2005 Telstra Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Linkages and Collaboration

SingTel Optus
Tohoku University
Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Colmar
Universite de Haute Alsace
Centre for Wireless Communications
University of Oulu

Projects

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Abbas Jamalipour.
A Simple and Efficient Structure to Secure Small-Scale Wireless LANs
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University of Sydney SESQUI R&D.
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M. Hassan, B. Benatallah and Abbas Jamalipour.
Anticipatory, Adaptive, and Scalable Mobility Infrastructure for On-board Information Access
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ARC Discovery.
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Abbas Jamalipour and Branka Vucetic.
Capacity Enhancement of the GSM Cellular Network
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ARC SPIRT.
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Abbas Jamalipour.
Cross-Correlated Security and Service Quality in Heterogeneous Mobile Communication Networks
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Arkadiusz (Arek) Dadej, Alex Grant, Stephen Hanly, Abbas Jamalipour and Branka Vucetic.
d*mobility Wireless Data Research Consortium
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Nortel Networks.
Abbas Jamalipour.
Development of bio-sensors and bio-sensing in a secure network incorporating local/remote data processing
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Abbas Jamalipour.
Integration of wireless LAN and GPRS/UMTS cellular systems
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Areas of Expertise

Research Areas Broadband Access; Teletraffic Theory; Ad Hoc Networks; Mobile Networking; Networks and Protocols;
Application Areas Mobile Communications; Wireless Data Communications; Broadband Communications; Internet Technology; Satellite Communications;