FARSHID FARHAT ‘s Resume

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Contact Information
Name: Farshid Farhat Gender: Male
Date of Birth: Sep, 10th, 1982 Office Phone: +982166165980
Email: farhat AT ee sharif edu Homepage: http://ee.sharif.edu/~farhat
Education
 MSC, Electrical Engineering, Communications, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2007, GPA: 17.7/20.
 BSC, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2005, GPA: 17/20.
Awards
 Developing Simulator for MANET environment to implement some routing protocols, Booked as an invention, 2010.
 Ranked Top %1 in the Nationwide University of Iran Entrance Exam for M.SC., 2005.
 Ranked Top %1 in the Nationwide University of Iran Entrance Exam for B.SC., 2000.
Research Interests
 Game-theoretic Approach in Networking
 Information Theoretic Approach in Signal Processing
 Wireless Mobile Distributed Networks
 Multipath Routing Ad hoc/Sensor Protocols
 3G/4G Communication Networks
Publications
 D. Z. Tootaghaj, F. Farhat, M. R. Pakravan, M. R. Aref, "Risk of Attack Coefficient Effect on Availability of Ad-hoc Networks," Accepted in IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2011) RSW, 2011.
 D. Z. Tootaghaj, F. Farhat, M. R. Pakravan, M. R. Aref, "Game-Theoretic Approach to Mitigate Packet Dropping in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks," Accepted in IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2011) RSW, 2011.
 F. Farhat, M. R. Pakravan, M. Salmasizadeh, M. R. Aref, "Locally Multi-path Adaptive Routing Protocol Resilient to Selfishness and Wormholes", ISPEC, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2010, Volume 6047/2010, 187-200, 2010.
 F. Farhat, S. Salimi, A. Salahi, "An Extended Authentication and Key Agreement Protocol of UMTS", ISPEC, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 5451/2009, 230-244, 2009.
 F. Farhat, "Analysis of Spread Spectrum System based on Variable Differential Frequency Hopping", ISCISC 2009 in Persian.
 F. Farhat, "Information-theoretic Analysis of Symmetric Bidirectional Wiretap Channel", ISCISC 2009 in Persian.
Work Experiences
 Member of Education & Research Institute for Information and Communication Technology (ERICT), As a Researcher, 2008.
 Member of Electronics Research Center (ERC), Sharif University of Technology, Supervised by Prof. Ghaemmaghami, Since 2007.
 Sessions Manager of ISSL, E.E. Dep. of Sharif University of Technology, Supervised by Prof. M. R. Aref, Since 2005.
 Head of Student Branch of ISC (SBiSC), Directing Some Workshops and Seminars, Since 2007.
 Teaching Assistantships for 9 Different Graduate Courses, Since 2005.
Teaching Assistantship
 Mathematics of Cryptology, Dr. Eghlidos, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Spring 2009.
 Network Security, Dr. Salmasizadeh, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2008.
 Advanced Cryptography, Dr. Salmasizadeh, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2008.
 Spread Spectrum Communications, Prof. Aref, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2008.
 Data Communication Networks, Dr. Pakravan, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2008.
 Cryptology Mathematics*2, Dr. Mohajeri, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2006 and Fall 2008.
 Cryptography Fundamentals*2, Prof. Aref, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2006 and Fall 2008.
 Internet Programming, Dr. Vosoughi Vahdat, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2004.
 Advanced C++ Programming, Dr. Vosoughi Vahdat, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2004.
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Selected Graduate Courses
 Game Theory, Dr. Fatemi, Graduate School of Management and Economics, as volunteer, Fall 2009.
 Information Hiding, Dr. Ghaemmaghami, Department of Electrical Engineering, as volunteer, Fall 2008.
 Information Theory, Prof. Aref, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2008.
 Spread Spectrum Communications, Prof. Aref, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2008.
 Wireless Communications, Dr. Khaladj, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2008.
 Advanced Communication Networks, Dr. Pakravan, Department of Electrical Engineering, as volunteer, Spring 2008.
 Measure Theory and Advanced Analysis, Dr. Fanaee, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Spring 2008.
 Numerical Optimization, Dr. Babaeezadeh, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2007.
 Estimation Theory, Prof. Aref, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2007.
 Graph Theory, Prof. Mahmoudian, Department of Electrical Engineering, as volunteer, Spring 2007.
 Coding Theory, Prof. Nasiri, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2006.
 M.Sc. Seminar on Cryptology, Prof. Eghlidos, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2006.
 Complexity Theory, Prof. Daneshgar, Department of Electrical Engineering, as volunteer, Fall 2006.
 Advanced Cryptography, Dr. Salmasizadeh, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2006.
 Network Security, Dr. Salmasizadeh, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2006.
 Cryptography Fundamentals, Prof. Aref, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2005.
 Data Communication Networks, Dr. Pakravan, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2004.
 Discrete-Time Signal Processing, Prof. Tebyani, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2004.
 Internet Programming, Dr. Vosoughi Vahdat, Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2003.
 Advanced C++ Programming, Dr. Vosoughi Vahdat, Department of Electrical Engineering, Spring 2003.
 Business Dynamics, Prof. Mashayekhi, Graduate School of Management and Economics, Spring 2003.
Research Experiences and Projects
 M.Sc. Thesis: Security Improvement of Ad-hoc Network Routing Protocols, Under Supervision of Prof. M. R. Aref, 2005-2007.
 B.Sc. Thesis: Implementing Data Link Layer Algorithms in Wireless Optical CDMA Network Simulator, Under Supervision of Dr. M. R. Pakravan, 2004-2005.
 EigenValues-based Steganalysis (EVS), 2010.
 Multi-Dimensional Correlated Steganalysis (MDCS), 2010.
 Designing Game-Theoretic Network Simulator (GTNS), Since 2009.
 Analysis of 3G/4G Cellular Communications Authentication Protocol, 2008.
 Fault Attack Analysis on E0, 2007.
 QoS-based Protocol Analysis in Ad-hoc Networks, 2007.
 Designing Wireless Mobile Ad-hoc Network Simulator (WMANETSEC), 2007.
 Analysis of 3G, WiFi, WiMax, and Bluetooth Systems Authentication, Since 2006.
 PGP Protocol Analysis, 2006.
 Designing Optical CDMA Network Simulator (OCNS), 2005.
 Implementing Behavioral Analog Topology Synthesizer (BATS), 2003.
Computer Skills
 OPERATING SYSTEM: Linux (UBUNTU), MAC OS X, Windows.
 PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE: Visual C++, Java, Delphi (Pascal), Visual Basic.
 WEB DESIGN: Html Editors, SharePoint, JavaScript, ASP, PHP, XML, VS.NET.
 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: MATLAB, Orcad, Protel, PSPICE, KEIL..
 NETWORKING: NS, OPNET, QUALNET, OMNET, TCL..
References
 Prof. Mohammad Reza Aref, Supervisor, aref AT sharif.edu, phone no. +982166165935.
 Associate Prof. Shahrokh Ghaemmaghami, Supervisor, ghaemmag AT sharif.edu, phone no. +982166164901.
 Associate Prof. Mohammad Reza Pakravan, Supervisor, pakravan AT sharif.edu, phone no. +982166165922.
 Associate Prof. Taraneh Eghlidos, Instructor and Consultant, teghlidos AT sharif.edu, phone no. +982166164960.

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