Master of Science in Information Technology Engineering
Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran (9.23.2006 – 9.14.2009)
Thesis Subject: “Quality of Services Key Parameters in E-health Applications regarding to Telecommunication Infrastructure Capabilities of Iran”
The objective of this study is to introduce an efficient Quality of Service (QoS) method regarding to telecommunication network capabilities of Iran for telemedicine data transmission. This study tries to impose a QoS solution to deliver telemedicine data to health centers and desired destinations efficiently. There should be minimum thresholds for parameters of QoS like bandwidth and latency for assuring the accuracy of the results of E-health applications. Here, the impact of QoS key parameters to successful implementation of E-health applications will be studied. The goal is to create scenery for decision-making and E-health applicability. A four level ordinal scaling method will be employed to show the importance degree of each field of QoS in E-health as low, moderate, high and very high importance. The E-health proposal scenario regarding to telecommunication infrastructure of Iran is simulated and tested by NS2 (Network Simulator Ver.2).
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran (9.23.2001 – 5.04.2006)
- Data Structure and Algorithms, Software Engineering, Internet Engineering, Undergraduate Projects Guide (Payamenoor University – Shahriyar Branch – 2014) (Guidance of BSc students final projects)
- Data Structure and Algorithms, Computer Network, IT Project Management, Undergraduate Projects Guide (Faculty of Engineering – Payamenoor University – Shemiranat Branch – 2011)(Guidance of BSc students final projects)
- Advance Programming, Computer Fundamentals (Faculty of Engineering – Shahid Rajaei Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran – 2010-2011)
- Security+, Network+, CCNA, ISMS Fundamentals, CISSP, ICDL, Network Simulator (NS2)(Private Training Centers of Shiraz and Tehran, Iran)
- Mirhadi, P., Loghavi, S., Zarandi, P., Tatebykov, S., “A Cluster-based Topology Management technique for handling node failure in routing protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs)”, Proceedings of the 2th Conference on Transactions on Sensor Networks, Yerevan, Armenia, 2014, pp. 12-19.
- Mirhadi, P., Mansoori, L., Abbasi, F., Ghahramani, S., “Improving AODV and DSR via packet-related video streaming in VANETs”, VANET ’14 Proceedings of the 12th ACM international workshop on Vehicular ad hoc networks, Bodrum, Turkey, Pages 75-76.
- Mirhadi, P., Zandinia, S., Goodarzipour, A. Salimi, S., Goodarzipour, H. “IP2P K-means: An Efficient Algorithm to Data Clustering on Sensor Networks”, Management Science Letter, 3 (2013) 967–972. doi:10.5267/j.msl.2013.01.021. (Index in ISC, SCOPUS, DOAJ) http://www.growingscience.com/msl/Vol3/msl_2013_21.pdf
- Mirhadi, P., Goodarzipour, A., Goodarzipour, H., “DIDAS: Distributed Intrusion Detection Autonomous System”, 11th Iranian Conference on Intelligent Systems (ICIS2013), February 27-28, 2013.
- Mirhadi, P., “A Solution for Scheduling Problem in Battlefield Mobile Adhoc Networks Using a Multi Agent System”, 6th National Conference of Iran’s Scientific Society on Command, Control, Communications, Computers & Intelligence, Shahid Baheshti University, Tehran, Iran, Nov. 2012.
- Mirhadi, P., Hakak, A., Pooladi, M., Nematshahi, K., “A new Key Management model for SCADA systems”, 6th National Conference of Iran’s Scientific Society on Command, Control, Communications, Computers & Intelligence, Nov. 2012.
- Mirhadi, P., “A New Model of Network Security based on CBQ according to DoS Attacks on Cyberwar”, 5th National Conference Iran’s Scientific Society of Command, Control, Communications, Computers & Intelligence, Tehran University, Iran, December 2011.
- Salehi, L., Mirhadi, P., “E-health Applications Implementation Considerations”. International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) Proceedings, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, vol. 21, pp. 858-861, 2008.
- Mirhadi, P., (2010), “Discrete Mathematics”, Arshad Publications, Tehran, Iran (Book in Farsi)
- Mirhadi, P., Khalaj, R., Basafa, M., (2010), “Security+”, ISIRAN Publication, Tehran, Iran (Book in Farsi)
Mirhadi, P., “A Service Discovery Middleware for Mobile Adhoc Networks”, Armed Forces Elite Foundation, Tehran, Iran, 2011. Research Project as part of Military Service.
- In MANETs, nodes that are selected to maintain directory in directory‐based SDPs (Service Discovery Protocols), need more battery power and require more memory and processing power than other nodes which are not directory nodes. In this research project a novel directory based SDP has been proposed that regards energy and memory constraints and selects most proper nodes as directory agent nodes. Also, by saving reverse track of service advertisement and discovery messages accelerates joining of service requester and provider nodes of a specific service.
Mirhadi, P., “A Solution for increase in efficiency of Attack Graph Solution in IDS Systems based on Quantum-inspired Evolutionary Algorithms”, Armed Forces Elite Foundation, 2011. Research Project as part of Military Service.
- Evolutionary algorithms (EAs) are principally a stochastic search and optimization approach based on evolutionary characteristics of natural beings. Evolutionary algorithms are more efficient than classic optimization approaches to solve discontinuous, non-differentiable and with various optimized points. Evolutionary algorithms are powerful in global optimization but they lack from appropriate and efficient local search. They also suffer from premature convergence. Usage of quantum computation to increase efficiency of evolutionary algorithms caused emergence of Quantum-inspired Evolutionary Algorithms (QEAs). The goal of this research project is to overcome the mentioned problems and increase the efficiency of Quantum-inspired Evolutionary Algorithms to solve combinational optimization problems and analyze of minimizing network attack graph. The results of this research are representing in three QEAs entitled MSQIEA, NQEA and CQEA. The bold contributions of the research are: increase of measurement times, a new method of Q-bits update and crossover operand introduction.
Mirhadi, P., “A New Model of Network Security Base on CBQ According to DoS Attacks on Cyberwar”, Armed Forces Elite Foundation, 2011. Research Project as part of Military Service.
- Denial of Service attacks are presenting an increasing threat to the global inter-networking infrastructure. These attacks pose a significant threat to the Internet today especially if they are distributed, i.e., launched simultaneously at a large number of systems. In this research project, a new method of network defense is introduced to defeat denial of services (DoS) attacks. This method take advantage of class based queuing (CBQ) capabilities. Efficiency of this method is measured in a scenario simulation via NS2 (Network Simulator Ver.2). NS2 is an open source network simulator which has great features to simulate networks and analysis results. With CBQ functionalities, stricter flow control is possible. This method is suitable for networks that are target of DoS attacks. The results of simulation show that DoS traffic would drop shortly after they triggered.
- “Smartcard Security”, 2nd Seminar on Information Era, Faculty of Computer and Electrical Science, University of Tabriz, November 11 – 12, 2010, Tabriz, Iran.
- “Network and Application Security Fundamentals”, 11th Iran Telecom Fair, November 13-15, 2010, Tehran, Iran.
- “Business-to-Business E-commerce, Case Study: Mondus.com an e-marketplace for small and medium size enterprises”, Tarbiat Modares University, December 21-23 2007, Tehran, Iran.
TOEFL iBT: 106 (R:29 – L:28 – S:24 – W:25)]
GRE Scores [Verbal Reasoning: 153 , Quantitative Reasoning: 167 , Analytical Writing: 4.5]