I am a graduate student with the Department of
Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers University,
NJ. I am pursuing my Ph.D under the guidance of Dr. Dario
Pompili at the Cyber Physical
Systems Laboratory, Rutgers University, NJ. I
received my M.Sc. and B.Sc. from Sharif University
of Technology and Shahid
Beheshti University (Tehran, Iran), respectively.
In my Master's thesis, I worked on application of blind
source separation in image watermarking. Currently, I am
working on provisioning and allocation of virtual base
stations in the Cloud Radio
Access Network (C-RAN).
- Statistical Signal Processing, Image
- Cellular Network, Cloud Radio Access
- Information Hiding
- Abolfazl Hajisami, Nasrollah Hosseini, “Application of ICA in
Watermarking”, Published in INTECH, December 2011.
- Abolfazl Hajisami, Shahrokh Ghaemmaghami, “Robust
Image Watermarking using Independent Component
Analysis,” Published in the Third International
Symposium on Information Processing, October
- Abolfazl Hajisami, Alireza Rahmati, Massoud
Babaie-Zadeh, “Watermarking Based on Independent
Component Analysis in Spatial Domain,” Published
in the 13th International Conference on
Computer Modeling and Simulation, March 2011.
- Mehdi Moshfegh,
Abolfazl Hajisami, “Optimized Decision Feedback
Equalizer and Comparison with MLSE Algorithm for
GSM Channel,” Published in the 13th International
Conference on Computer Modeling and
Simulation, March 2011.
- "Application of Blind Source
Separation in Information Hiding", September
- "Designing and implementation of a
driver for 2 phase Switched Reluctance Motors",
- Member of Professional Associations
COURSE WORK [top]
Theory of Communication, Stochastic Processes,
Multimedia Signal Processing, Digital Signal
Processing, Blind Source Separation, Numerical
Optimization, Information Hiding, Data Networks,
Convex Optimization, Information Theory, Coding
Theory, Neural Networks.
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