Supervisor: Dr Mona Ghassemian
Current Place: Martyrs Building, 2nd Floor (Cyberspace Research Institute)
Current Office: Room No. 430
Applied Research Projects:
  • Wireless Sensor Networks: Wireless Low Power/Low Range Communication Standards

  • Wireless Body Area Networks: Activity Recognition Systems

  • Smart Health and Well being

  • 5G Mobile Networks and Machine-to-Machine Communications

  • Brain to Machine Interface (BMI)

  • IoT/ Internet of Medical Things

Colleagues: 3 PhD students, 5 MSc students, and 2 MSc gradates and specialists (in Iran), and over 20 MSc graduates (in UK)
Future Information:
The scope of the eSense projects are around the smart sensing systems and applications. While a variety of applications are being investigated in the group, the target application is selected to be healthcare and wellbeing systems.
For more information about the research group activities, projects and events, please visit:
  • IEEE Region 8 SB counsellor award, 2012
  • IEEE Region 8 SB website award (third), 2012
  • University of Greenwich Early Career Research Excellence Awards, 2011 
  • University of Greenwich Early Career Research Travel Award, 2011
  • PhD grant awarded by NTT DoCoMo, 2001-2004
  • IEEE region 8 Student Activities vice-chair (2014-ongoing)

  • IEEE Iran Section Education Activity committee member (2014-ongoing)

  • International Technical Committee (ITC) chair-Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering- Shahid Behehsti University (2015-ongoing)

  • IEEE UK and Ireland Secretary (2012-2015)

  • IEEE green award winning student branch counselor (2010-2013)

Research and Industrial Collaborations:
  • Visiting research associates - King's College London (2008-ongoing)

  • Shahid Beheshti University- Institute for Cognitive and Brain sciences- Joint Project (2015-ongoing)

  • IPM - Smart city project (2014-2015)

  • Technical collaborator- Vezarat Niroo- Smart building project- September 2014.

  • eSense IP European project proposal team- Successful bid with total budget of 10 M-€ with King’s College London share of 450 k-€ [fund duration: 2006-2008]

  • Two successful bids for research funding of £31K to collaborate with Cutty Sark health monitoring project (KTP) at University of Greenwich. The testbed consists of 24 iMote Xbow and Sunspot nodes based on 802.15.4 wireless technology for structure health monitoring of the heritage ships [fund duration: 2010]

  • A £5K HEFCE fund awarded to set up an assisted living prototype using smart meters to monitor activities of elderly without intruding in their lifestyle.

  • A £20K contract won in the Enfield Innovators competition joint with our Business school to set up a mobile platform for a company working under the Knowledge East banner.

  • Four successful Teaching Quality Enhancement funds to enhance teaching and learning quality for total of £12K at University of Greenwich. [fund duration: 2009-2011].

Applied research projects according to national and international standards
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