University of VictoriaMaster of Computer ScienceThesis: Opportunistic routing in intermittently connected wireless mobile social networks
Sharif University of TechnologyBachelor of Computer Engineering
Research AssistantSept. 2008 – Aug. 2010 University of Victoria
- Conducted research and wrote M.Sc. thesis on the problem of Routing in Mobile Social Networks.
- Worked on a testbed of Nokia Internet tablets, and studied the performance of Bluetooth and WiFi connections and their coexistence. This work was presented in the Nokia University Relations Forum in Summer 2009.
Research AssistantMay 2008 – July 2008 Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics (IPM) Tehran, IranImplemented topology control protocol, mobility trace analyzer and trace-based mobility model packages for the “Xmulator” network simulator implemented in C#.
- ICC’10, WCNC’10, INFOCOM’10, CCNC’10
- MASCOTS’09, GLOBECOM’09, ICC’09
- Opportunistic Routing in Intermittently Connected Wireless Mobile Social Networks A. Khosravi, , Master’s Thesis, University of Victoria, 2012.
- Exploring Personal Interest in Intermittently Connected Wireless Mobile Social Networks A. Khosravi, J. Pan, In Proc. of Wireless Consumer Communication and Networking Conference CCNC, 2011.
- On the Link Excess Life in Mobile Wireless Networks A. Nayebi, A. Khosravi, H. Sarbazi Azad, In Proc. of International Conference on Computing: Theory and Applications ICCTA, 2007.
- The Impact of Stationary Nodes on the Performance of Wireless Mobile Networks A. Nayebi, A. Khosravi, H. Sarbazi Azad, In Proc. of The Third International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Communications ICWMC, 2007.