Aresh Dadlani, EEE, NU, Kazakhstan

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Aresh Dadlani, Ph.D., IEEE Member
Assistant Professor
Phone (Office): +7 (7172) 70 91 16
Email: aresh.dadlani [at] nu [dot] edu [dot] kz
Office: Block 3, Room 3.502
CV (Updated on: April 30, 2017)

Work Experience:
 
  • Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, Department of EEE, Kazakhstan (Sep. 2017 - Present)
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  • Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Integrated Access Systems, GIST, Korea (Sep. 2015 - Jul. 2017)
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  • Research Assistant, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, CSNL, GIST, Korea (Sep. 2010 - Aug. 2015)
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  • Research Assistant, School of Computer Science, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM), Iran (Jan. 2008 - Jun. 2010)

  • Education:
     
  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, GIST, Korea, Aug. 2015
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  • M.Sc. in Computer Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran, Mar. 2010
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  • B.Sc. in Computer Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran, Jul. 2007

  • Selected Publications


    Note 1: The materials presented below are for academic use only. Copyright and all rights therein are retained by the authors or by the respective copyright holders.
     
    Note 2: Complete list of publications and names of some co-authors can be found on Google Scholar.

     
     
    Ph.D. Dissertation:
  • Modeling and Refinement of Spreading Processes over Complex Networks   [PDF] [PPT]
    School of EECS, GIST, Aug. 2015.
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    Ongoing Papers:
  • Profit-aware Online Vehicle-to-Grid Decentralized Scheduling under Multiple Charging Stations   
    A. Mehrabi, A. Dadlani, S. Moon, K. Kim
    Under review, Dec. 2016.
  • Performance Analysis of an Unreliable M/G/1 Retrial Queue with Two-way Communication   
    M.S. Kumar, A. Dadlani, K. Kim
    Under review, May 2017.
  • Analytical Modeling of a Multi-lane Roadway Mobility Management Scheme between Hotspots   
    A. Dadlani, J. Ben-Othman, M.S. Kumar, K. Kim
    In preparation, Jan. 2017.
  • Resiliency Analysis of an Isolated Micro-grid Smart Controller with Service Priorities   
    A. Dadlani, M.S. Kumar, K. Kim
    In preparation, Jan. 2017.
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    Journal Papers:
  • Mean-field Dynamics of Inter-switching Memes Competing over Multiplex Social Networks   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Dadlani, M.S. Kumar, M.G. Maddi, K. Kim
    IEEE Communications Letters, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 967-970, May 2017.
  • System Dynamics of a Refined Epidemic Model for Infection Propagation over Complex Networks   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Dadlani, M.S. Kumar, S. Murugan, K. Kim
    IEEE Systems Journal, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 1316-1325, Dec. 2016.
  • Stability and Immunization Analysis of a Malware Spread Model over Scale-free Networks   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Dadlani, M.S. Kumar, K. Kim, K. Sohraby
    IEEE Communications Letters, vol. 18, no. 11, pp. 1907-1910, Nov. 2014.
  • Multicast Scheduling and Resource Allocation Algorithms for OFDMA-based Systems: a Survey   [PDF] [DOI]
    R.O. Afolabi, A. Dadlani, K. Kim
    IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 240-254, Mar. 2013.
  • Adaptive Generalized Minimum Variance Congestion Controller for Dynamic TCP/AQM Networks   [PDF] [DOI]
    R. Barzamini, M. Shafiee, A. Dadlani
    Computer Communications, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 170-178, Jan. 2012.
  • Performance Analysis of Optical Packet-switched Meshes: Metrics and Modeling   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Kianrad, A. Khonsari, N. Yazdani, A. Dadlani
    CSI Journal of Computer Science and Engineering, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 25-32, Jun. 2010.
  • On Modeling Optical Burst Switching Networks with Fiber Delay Lines: a Novel Approach   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Rajabi, A. Khonsari, A. Dadlani
    Computer Communications, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 240-249, Feb. 2010.
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    Selected Conference Papers:
  • Revenue Maximization of Multi-class Charging Stations with Opportunistic Charger Sharing   [PDF] [DOI]
    K. Ahn, A. Dadlani, K. Kim, W. Saad
    IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), Accepted, May 2018.
  • Transient Analysis of a Resource-limited Recovery Policy for Epidemics: a Retrial Queueing Approach   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Dadlani, M.S. Kumar, K. Kim, F.D. Sahneh
    IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, pp. 187-192, Sep. 2016.
  • Overlay Secondary Spectrum Sharing with Independent Re-attempts in Cognitive Radios   [PDF] [DOI]
    M.S. Kumar, A. Dadlani, K. Kim, R.O. Afolabi
    IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, pp. 178-180, Sep. 2016.
  • An Optimal Packet Aggregation Scheme in Delay-constrained IEEE 802.11n WLANs   [PDF] [DOI]
    P. Teymoori, A. Dadlani, K. Sohraby, K. Kim
    IEEE Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCom), pp. 1-4, Sep. 2012.
  • Improved Algorithms for Leader Election in Distributed Systems   [PDF] [DOI]
    M.R. Effatparvar, N. Yazdani, M. Effatparvar, A. Dadlani, A. Khonsari
    IEEE Computer Engineering and Technology (ICCET), pp. 6-10, Apr. 2010.
  • QoS Behavior of Optical Burst Switching under Multimedia Traffic: an Analytical Approach   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Dadlani, A. Khonsari, M. Aghajani, A. Rajabi
    IEEE Performance Computing and Communications Conference (IPCCC), pp. 335-342, Dec. 2008.
  • A Novel Approach in Modeling an Optical Network Based on Queuing with Customer Impatience   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Rajabi, A. Dadlani, A. Khonsari, M. Aghajani
    IEEE Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN), pp. 1-6, Aug. 2008.
  • A New Paradigm for Prioritizing Multiple Class Services in Optical Burst Switched Networks   [PDF] [DOI]
    A. Dadlani, A. Rajabi, A. Khonsari
    Springer Conference on Computational Science and Applications (ICCSA), pp. 920-935, Jun. 2008.
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    Technical Reports and Posters:
  • Deterministic Models in Epidemiology: from Modeling to Implementation   [PDF] [CODE]
    A. Dadlani, R.O. Afolabi, H. Jung, K. Sohraby, K. Kim
    Technical Report, CSNL, EECS, Mar. 2013.
  • Towards Fairness Improvement in Wireless Sensor Networks Using a Simple Adaptive Learning Algorithm   [PDF]
    E. Valavi, A. Shali, A. Dadlani, A. Khonsari
    ACM SIGMETRICS/Performance Workshop, Jun. 2009.
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    Research Interests

    My current research primarily focuses on unraveling the dynamics of various large-scale networked systems (such as societal and wired/wireless communication networks) by adopting various analytical tools ranging from modern queueing theory and control theory to optimization and algorithmic approximations. My current research topics are briefly highlighted below.
     
     
     Spreading Processes over Layered Networks:


     
    Ranging from malware propagation on the digital landscape to "word-of-mouth" influence in social networking platforms, modeling stochastic epidemic models and their determinsitic approximations at micro and marcoscopic levels have been the subject of serious scientific inquiry in recent years. Some research directions include:
    • Epidemic thresholds for amended models over various networks classes.
    • Phase transitions in inter-switching memes over multiplex networks.
    • Resource-constrained recovery policies for heterogeneous infection rates.
     Spectrum Occupancy in Multi-channel Cognitive Radio:


     
    Proliferation of wireless services in recent years has stimulated the need for improved spectrum management policies to exploit the abundant spectrum holes in existing licensed bands. Cognitive radio (CR) has emerged as a potential technology allowing unlicensed or secondary users (SUs) to temporarily access idle licensed bands exclusive to primary users (PUs). The degree of flexibility in spectrum sharing between PUs and SUs is profoundly influenced by:
    • Orderly re-attempts of SUs in multi-channel CR networks.
    • Dynamic spectrum access under SU service differentiation.
     Energy Management and Scheduling in Smart Grids:


     
    Fluctuations in electricity tariffs induced by the sporadic nature of demand loads on power grids has initiated immense efforts to find optimal scheduling solutions for charging/discharging plug-in electric vehicles. Comprehending the demand-service energy flow in smart grids would help predict better load profiles and manage energy more efficiently. We therefore, are interested in:
    • Reliability analysis of central grid controller with service priorities.
    • Profit maximization in spatially distributed V2G scheduling.

    Teaching Experience

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    University of Applied Science and Technology (Sharif Branch), Iran.
     
    Courses: Operating Systems, TCP/IP Networking
     
    Semesters: Spring 2009 - Spring 2010

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    University of Tehran, Iran. (with Prof. Ahmad Khonsari)
     
    Course: Introduction to Computer Networks
     
    Semesters: Spring 2009, Fall 2009

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    University of Tehran, Iran. (with Prof. Fattaneh Taghiyareh)
     
    Course: Introduction to Algorithm Designing
     
    Semesters: Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Spring 2009

    Academic Activities

    Journal Peer Reviewer

    • IEEE Wireless Communications Letters: 2017
    • IEEE Communications Letters: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
    • IEEE Systems Journal: 2014, 2015
    • Elsevier Computer Communications: 2013, 2014, 2015

    Conference Peer Reviewer

    • HUSO: 2017
    • IEEE Sarnoff Symposium: 2016, 2017
    • ICC3: 2013, 2015
    • IEEE ICC: 2014

    Miscellaneous

     
    1. Interactive network visualization tools , by Dr. Daniel B. Larremore
     
     
     
     
    5. Ph.D. comic strips, by Dr. Jorge Cham