Dr. Mohsen Maadani

Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

Islamic Azad University

Tehran, Iran


Biography

Education
Feb 2007-Feb 2014:
Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT), Tehran, Iran (Tehran Polytechnic)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Electronics Engineering
 Dissertation Grade: Excellent (18.51-20)
 Comprehensive Exam GPA: 17.25
 GPA: 17.03
 Dissertation: “Improvement of Wireless Industrial Network (Wireless Fieldbus) Analytical Model, form Delay and Reliability Perspective”
 Advisor: Professor Seyed Ahmad Motamedi (President of Tehran Polytechnic)
 Related Courses: Intelligent Wireless Networks, Wireless and Mobile Networks, Advanced Wireless Networks, Industrial Networks (Microprocessor and Computer System Application in Industry), Microprocessors II, Neural Networks
 Course Reports: FPGA Soft Processors, Wireless Networks (WSNs); an Overview, QoS Guarantee of Reliability and Timeliness in WSNs, Neural Network Applications in Wireless Communications, Introduction to Foundation Fieldbus DLL (Data Link Layer)
Sep 2003-Jan 2006:
Sharif University of Technology (SUT), Tehran, Iran
Master of Science (MSc.), Electronics Engineering
 GPA: 16.56
 Thesis: “Design of CMOS TransImpedance (TIA) and Limiting (LA) Amplifiers for High-Speed (10 Gbps) Optical Receivers(Integrated Circuit)
 Advisor: Dr. M. Atarodi, Co-Advisor: A. Tajalli
 Member of SICAS (Sharif Integrated Circuits And Systems) group
 MSc. Seminar: Mixed Signal Design
 Course Reports: An Introduction to FPAA’s (Field Programmable Analog Arrays), Design and simulation of a high speed, high output - swing, low power CMOS Op-Amp (Operational Amplifier).
 Related Courses: Theory and Technology of Semiconductor devices and fabrication, Analysis and design of CMOS Integrated Circuits, Digital (Revision: February 05, 2018)
Electronics, VLSI circuit design, Discrete-time Signal Processing (DSP), Integrated Circuit Applications, Advanced (High - Frequency) Electronic circuit design
Sep 1998-Mar 2003:
Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT), Tehran, Iran (Tehran Polytechnic)
Bachelor of Science (BSc.), Biomedical Engineering
 GPA: 18.24
 Ranked First among 60 students
 Thesis: “Design and Implementation of GSR (Galvanic Skin Response) Biofeedback System”
 Scientific Committee Member of “Tapesh” Student Magazine
 Training 1: Sina Hospital, Tehran, Iran (Medical Equipment Department)
 Training 2: Davinsa Biomedical Co, Tehran, Iran (Producing ECG and Exercise Test Equipments, Representative of some German Medical Equipment companies).
Report: A brief research on Automatic ECG Abnormality Detection, especially “S-T” Segment Analysis.
 Course Reports: An Introduction to Biotechnology, An Introduction to Ultrasonic Medical Imaging
Sep 1998-Sep 2003:
Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT), Tehran, Iran (Tehran Polytechnic)
Bachelor of Science (BSc.), Electronics Engineering
(University Top Student Opportunity to major a second course)
 GPA: 17.66
 Ranked 2nd among 30 students
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Sep 1997-Jun1998:
Motahari College, Tehran, Iran
 GPA: 18.72
Sep 1994-Jun 1997:
Alborz High School, Tehran, Iran
Diploma in Mathematics and Physics
 GPA: 19.05

Research Interest

Major Interests
 Internet of Things
 Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET)
 Smart Grid Communications and Networking
 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) and Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPAN)
 Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
 Physical and Medium Access Control (MAC) layers of wireless networks
 Adaptive/ Cross-layer Quality of Service (QoS) provisioning schemes
 Wireless/Wired Industrial Networks (Wireless Fieldbus)
 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Communication Systems
 Electronic Instrumentation, Circuit and System Design

Scientific Activities

Honors

 Dec 2015: Outstanding Researcher of the year, Faculty of Engineering, Shahre- Qods Branch, Islamic Azad University
 Mar 2003: Ranked 116th among about 10,000 participants in National Graduate Entrance Exam
 Sep 1998-Sep 2003: Ranked Second among 30 students, Electronics Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology
 Sep 1998-Mar 2003: Ranked First among 60 students, Biomedical Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology
 Jul 1998: Ranked 27th among about 100,000 participants in National Undergraduate Entrance Exam
 Sep 1998-Sep 2003: Majoring 2 BSc. Degree Engineering Courses Simultaneously (University Top Students Opportunity), Amirkabir University of Technology

Publications

Book Chapters
 M. Maadani, “The IEEE 802.11 Standard,” In S. A. Motamedi, “Wireless Sensor Networks,” Chapter 4, Amirkabir University of Technology Press, 2015.
 M. Khayeri Dastgerdi, M. Maadani, “Medium Access Control (MAC) Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks” In S. A. Motamedi, “Wireless Sensor Networks,” Chapter 2, Amirkabir University of Technology Press, 2015.
Journal Articles
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, “A Comprehensive DCF Performance Analysis in Noisy Industrial Wireless Networks,” International Journal of Communication Systems, Vol.29, No. 11, Jul. 2016. (ISI, WoS)
 M. Parsa, S. A. Motamedi, H. Safdarkhani, M. Maadani, “Performance Evaluation of Beacon Enabled IEEE 802.15.4 Network with Downlink and Uplink Traffic and Limited Retransmission,” International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing, Vol. 18, No. 3, 2015. (ISI, WoS)
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, “Contention Window Adjustment in IEEE 802.11-Based Industrial Wireless Networks,” International Journal of Electrical, Computer, Energetic, Electronic and Communication Engineering, Vol. 9, No. 11, 2015. (Journal version of a conference paper)
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, “A Simple and Comprehensive Saturation Packet Delay Model for Wireless Industrial Networks,” Wireless Personal Communications, Vol. 77, No. 1, Jul. 2014. (ISI, WoS)
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, H. Safdarkhani, M. Parsa, “Saturated Distributed Coordination Function Markov Model for Noisy Soft-Real-Time Industrial Wireless Networks”, IET Communications, Vol. 8, No. 10, Jul. 2014. (ISI, WoS)
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, “A Simple and Closed-Form Access Delay Model for Reliable IEEE 802.11-BasedWireless Industrial Networks,” Wireless Personal Communications, Vol. 75, No. 4, Aug. 2014. (ISI, WoS)
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, M. Mohammadi Noshari, “A Reliable Routing Protocol for Wireless Vehicular Networks,” Journal of Intelligent Procedures in Electrical Technology (JIPET), Vol. 3, No. 11, Autumn 2012. (ISC)
 M. Maadani, S. A. Motamedi, “EDCA Delay Analysis of Spatial Multiplexing in IEEE 802.11-Based Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks,” International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 3, May 2012.
 N. Deldadeh Arani, M. N. Moghaddasi, K. Forooraghi, M. Maadani, “Introducing a Novel Network Modeling for a Printed Microstrip Slot Element and Parameter Optimization using Genetic Algorithm,” Iranian Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol. 21, Summer 2009. (ISC)

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