About me :

Shirin Salehi, PhD, graduated in Communication Systems from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Iran, working under supervision of Dr. Naghmeh Sadat Moayedian on March, 2018. she received her B.Sc. And M.Sc both in Electrical Engineering-Communications in 2007 and 2011 respectively.

She has joined NaNoNetworking Center in Catalunya (N3CAT) ‚Äčat Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya as a visiting researcher since Feb. 2016. Her research interest is molecular communications with the application in the medical field.

Publications:

  • S. Salehi, S. S. Assaf, R. G. Cid-Fuentes, N. S. Moayedian, J. Solé-Pareta and E. Alarcón, "Optimal Deployment of Multiple Transmitter Drug Delivery System: A Spatial Sampling Theorem Approach", in Proc. of the ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication (NANOCOM), New York, USA, 2016.
  • S. S. Assaf, S. Salehi, R. G. Cid-Fuentes, J. Solé-Pareta and E. Alarcón, "Characterizing the Physical Influence of Neighboring Absorbing Receivers in Molecular Communication," in Proc. of the ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication (NANOCOM), New York, USA, 2016.

 

  • S Salehi, N S Moayedian, S S Assaf, R G Cid-Fuentes, J Sole-Pareta, E Alarcon, "Releasing Rate Optimization in a Single and Multiple Transmitter Drug Delivery System with Limited Resources", Nano Communication Networks (Elsevier), 2017.

 

  • S S Assaf, S Salehi, R G Cid-Fuentes, J Solé-Pareta, E Alarcón, "Characterizing the Physical Influence of Neighboring Absorbing Receivers in Molecular Communication", Nano Communication Networks (Elsevier), 2017.

 

  • S Salehi, N S Moayedian, S Haghjooye Javanmard, E Alaracon, "Lifetime Improvement of a Multiple Transmitter Local Drug Delivery System Based on Diffusive Molecular Communication", accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Nanobiosince, 2018.

Educations :

B.Sc. in EE-Communication Systems (2003-2007)

GPA: 15 out of 20

M.Sc. in EE-Communication Systems (2008-2011)

GPA: 19.01 out of 20

Ph.D. in EE-Communication Systems (2012-Present)

GPA: 17.25 out of 20

 

Research Interests :

1. Molecular Communications: Molecular communications is transmitting and receiving of information molecules in an aqueous environment. It is a multidisciplinary field between nanotechnology, bilology and communications.

2. Wireless Communications

3. Image Processing