Dr Ihsan Lami joins Department
Tuesday 28 September 2010
Dr Lami has recently joined our team. With over 25 years experience in both industry and academia, he has been involved in the research, development and leadership of many successful chip designs for mobile phone and consumer applications. He has a profound knowledge of wireless technologies such as WCDMA/3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. His innovative outlook and focused approach has resulted in many creative products while working for Unisys, Fujitsu, CSR and Tag-McLaren.
Ihsan is passionate about people and success, especially students’ future readiness to serve the new era of challenges and technology. He is interested in curriculum development and in designing a new generation of innovative and flexible academic programmes that answer the needs of students and employers in the 21st century. He was a founding member and contributor to the national Computer-based-learning program (e-learning) for devising new delivery and learning methods, resulting in methodology and material used by a diversity of students and courses. He has supervised many PhD and MEng projects as well as teaching BEng and HND students at the Universities of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Oxford, Oxford Brookes and now Buckingham. He has proposed, developed and delivered modules that were tailored in conjunction with the computer and microelectronics industry.
His current research focus is on the “Hybridisation of GNSS and wireless technologies for LBS and Security” (currently a team of 3 PhD students), and on “Security and localisation techniques for Wireless Mesh Networks connectivity and communication integrity” (another team of 3 PhD students). Ihsan is also establishing a research team in Cloud Computing (currently 1 student).
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