Naveed Ahmed Abbasi

Ph.D. Student

Next-generation and Wireless Communications Laboratory

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Koc University

 

Office: ENG-140, College of Engineering, Koc University, Rumelifeneri Yolu,
           Sariyer, Istanbul 34450, Turkey

E-mail: nabbasi13@ku.edu.tr
Phone: +90 (0)212 338 2605

 

Bio

Naveed Ahmed Abbasi did his bachelors with honors in electrical engineering from Air University, Pakistan. After graduation, he worked in a private sector company and developed consumer electronics. He did his Masters from Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, P.R. China, with specialization in Signal and Information Processing and did research work on distributive compression techniques for hyperspectral images. He then taught as a Lecturer at the Avionics Department of Institute of Avionics and Aeronautics, Air University. He also worked with private sector companies during this period as a consultant. He is currently a research assistant at the Next-generation and Wireless Communications Laboratory (NWCL) and pursuing a Ph.D. degree under the supervision of Prof. Ozgur B. Akan at the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey. His current research interests focus on molecular and nanoscale communications, Internet of Things (IoT) and the application of low THz technology in 5G systems.

Research

      • Internet of Things (IoT)
      • Molecular and Nanoscale Communications
      • Bio-cyber Interfaces with Intrabody Nanonetworks
      • Low THz 5G Networks
      • Construction and development of Artificial Neurons

Publications

[Submitted Papers]
  1. E. B. Pehlivanoglu, N. A. Abbasi, O. B. Akan, "Self-Optimization for Capacity in Low Terahertz Band Indoor Wireless Networks," 2017.
  2. N. Khalid, N. A. Abbasi, O. B. Akan, "Statistical Characterization and Analysis of Low-THz Communication Channel for 5G Indoor Internet of Things," 2017.
  3. N. A. Abbasi, B. A. Bilgin, O. B. Akan, "Towards Efficient Synaptic Simulation Design for Nervous NaNoNetwork Simulator (N4Sim)," 2017.
[Journal Papers]
  1. N. A. Abbasi, D. Lafci, O. B. Akan, "Controlled Information Transfer Through An In Vivo Nervous System," Nature Scientific Reports, vol. 8, pp. 2298, February 2018.
  2. N. A. Abbasi, O. B. Akan, "An Information Theoretical Analysis of Molecular Communications in Human Insulin-Glucose System for Internet of Bio-Nano Things," IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, vol. 16, no. 8, pp. 783-791, December 2017.
  3. O. B. Akan, H. Ramezani, T. Khan, N. A. Abbasi, M. Kuscu, "Fundamentals of Molecular Information and Communication Science," Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 105, no. 2, pp. 306-318, February 2017.
  4. N. A. Abbasi, O. B. Akan, "A Queueing-Theoretical Delay Analysis for Intra-body Nervous Nanonetworks," Nano Communication Networks Journal (Elsevier), vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 166-177, December 2015.
[Conference Papers]
  1. N. Khalid, N. A. Abbasi, O. B. Akan, "Capacity and Coverage Analysis for FD-MIMO based THz Band 5G Indoor Internet of Things," to appear in Proc. IEEE PIMRC 2017, Montreal, QC, Canada, October 2017.
  2. N. Khalid, N. A. Abbasi, O. B. Akan, "300 GHz Broadband Transceiver Design for Low-THz Band Wireless Communications in Indoor Internet of Things," in Proc. IEEE iThings, Exeter, UK, June 2017.
  3. N. A. Abbasi, S. N. Fatima, F. Yangyu, "Multiple Description based distributive compression for hyperspectral images," in Proc. of FITME 2010, pp. 352-355.
  4. S. N. Fatima, N. A. Abbasi, "Distributive segmented PCA: A Novel Approach to Hyperspectral Image Compression," in Proc. of 2012 International Conference on Systems and Informatics (ICSAI), pp. 2098-2102.