Arzhang Shahbazi


Mr. Arzhang Shahbazi studied his BSc in Electrical Engineering with majors in Telecommunication at Shiraz Azad University. He received his Masters from Shiraz university in 2018. He dedicated his Master thesis to Molecular Communications systems. In doing so, he introduced a novel approach for decoding and precoding, which resulted to one journal and two conference papers. Through his years in Shiraz University, he was a teacher assistant for multiple courses. His research interests include different areas of wireless communications and molecular communications. Since July 2019, he joined CNRS Paris and CentraleSupelec University (Paris-Saclay) as a Marie-Curie early stage researcher for the European ITN Project PAINLESS. His Ph.D. research work focuses on design and optimization of terrestrial and aerial ultra-dense small-cell base stations.


Research updates – Period 1

ESR-5 has developed an analytical framework for estimating the coverage probability of UAV-assisted networks, which accounts for the line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight propagation conditions of the network links. Based on the proposed analytical framework, ESR-5 was able to identify the impact of the density of base stations, the height of blockages, the density of blockages, and other parameters on the optimal deployment height of the UAVs. In order to verify the proposed analytical approach, ESR-5 has developed a numerical simulator that does not account for some simplifying modeling assumptions that are necessary to develop a tractable analytical framework. The results obtained through analysis and simulations are shown to match quite well with each other.



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