ISSN: 2165- 7866
Muhammad Ali Imran
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Centre for Communication Systems Research
University of Surrey, UK
Dr Muhammad Ali Imran (M’03) received his M.Sc. (Distinction) and Ph.D. degrees from Imperial College London, UK, in 2002 and 2007, respectively.
He secured first rank in his BSc and a distinction in his MSc degree along with an award of excellence conferred by the President of Pakistan, in
recognition of his academic achievements. He is currently a lecturer in the Centre for Communication Systems Research (CCSR) at the University
of Surrey, UK. He has been actively involved in European Commission funded research projects ROCKET and EARTH, Mobile VCE funded project
on fundamental capacity limits and EPSRC-UK funded project India-UK ATC. For EARTH project he coordinated CCSR research theme. For IU-ATC
project he lead the research theme on self organising networks. He is the principal investigator of EPSRC-UK funded multidisciplinary REDUCE project aiming at using ICT to reduce energy consumption of users. He is also involved in several industry funded projects on the design of spectrum and energy efficient link and system level solutions for wireless communications.
His main research interests include the analysis and modelling of the physical layer, optimisation for the energy efficient wireless communication networks and the evaluation of the fundamental capacity limits of wireless netwo