About me :

I'm currently a Masters student at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). 
I graduated from Isfahan University of Technology (IUT) with a B.Sc. degree in Communications Engineering in March 2016. I was a research assistant at Game Theory and Mechanism Design Research Group (GTMD), supervised by Dr. Mohammad Hossein Manshaei. I was an active volunteer at IEEE IUT Student Branch, where we won the IEEE Iran Section’s Best Student Branch Award and were awarded by IEEE Region 8 Director, Prof. Martin Bastiaans. I served as the Vice-Chair from April 2014 to April 2015.

My main research interests are in the field of Mechanism Design and Optimization for Multi-agent Systems. I have been working on the application of game theoretic frameworks to communication networks and systems—and in particular, the next generation of mobile networks . But I'm also interested in economic aspects of communication as well. While at present, I'm more focused on theoretical aspects of my research, I have always maintained a dichotomy of Practical and Theoretical. As such, I have experience as an FPGA designer and have worked on designing high-performance network devices, among other hardware projects.

When I'm not focusing on a research problem or implanting a hardware design, I usually read, listen or watch in a foreign language. 

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Educations :

Masters in Communication Systems , School of Computer and Communication Sciences, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering – Communications , Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Iran

Research Interests :

 Multi-agent Systems and Game Theory
 Optimization and Machine Learning
 Privacy and Security
 Economics of communication networks
- Fairness (in scheduling, resource allocation, etc)
- Auctions and pricing
 Wireless communications
- 5G cellular networks