Ijaz Haider Naqvi received his B.Sc. Electrical Engg. from University of Engineering and Technology Lahore (2003), Masters in Radio Communications degree from SUPELEC Paris (2006) and Ph.D. degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from IETR-INSA Rennes, France (2009). He has been a recipient of prestigious ministerial scholarship of French Ministry of Research to pursue his PhD and HEC overseas scholarship for his Masters. He has got several years of research experience in the wireless communications and wireless sensor networks. His current research focuses on ultra wideband communications, system level aspects in wireless sensor networks and RF optimization and network management issues in wireless mobile networks. He has published several refereed papers in international journals and peer reviewed international conferences.

Title Publication Author Year
Nonparametric Model-Based Online Junction Temperature and State-of-Health Estimation for Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors IEEE Access 2021
Crosstalk in modern software defined radio for the implementation of frequency modulated continuous wave radar IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation 2021
Early detection of anomalous degradation behavior in lithium-ion batteries Journal of Energy Storage 2020
An analytical model for the CC-CV charge of Li-ion batteries with application to degradation analysis Journal of Energy Storage 2020
Online Degradation State Assessment Methodology for Multi-Mode Failures of Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor IEEE Access 2020
A Robust Approach for Mitigation of Noise Jamming in Linear Array Systems IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology 2019
Interference management in dense inband D2D network using spectral clustering & dynamic resource allocation Wireless Networks 2019
Dynamic symbol allocation for spectral and energy efficient millimetre wave multi-antenna systems Electronics Letters 2019
Accurate Localization Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks in the Presence of Cross Technology Interference Communications in Computer and Information Science 2019
Graph Signal Processing-Based Network Health Estimation for Next Generation Wireless Systems IEEE Communications Letters 2019
Synchronization of long-range, widely-separated MIMO radar network using GSM protocol Proceedings International Radar Symposium 2018
Hybrid Phased-MIMO Radar: A Novel Approach with Optimal Performance under Electronic Countermeasures IEEE Communications Letters 2018
A WSN for Monitoring and Event Reporting in Underground Mine Environments IEEE Systems Journal 2018
MIMO radars with orthogonal waveforms: A novel approach for enhanced performance under swerling targets IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2018
Sub-nyquist rate UWB indoor positioning using power delay profile and time of arrival estimates IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2018
Massive MIMO with quasi orthogonal pilots: A flexible solution for TDD systems IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2018
Non-GPS positioning systems: A survey ACM Computing Surveys 2017
PILoT: A precise IMU based localization technique for smart phone users IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2016
EveTrack: An event localization and tracking scheme for WSNs in dynamic environments IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, WCNC 2016
Composite event detection and identification for WSNs using General Hebbian Algorithm IEEE International Conference on Communications 2015
One-class support vector machines: analysis of outlier detection for wireless sensor networks in harsh environments Artificial Intelligence Review 2015
Methodologies in power systems fault detection and diagnosis Energy Systems 2015
Characteristics and classification of outlier detection techniques for wireless sensor networks in harsh environments: a survey Artificial Intelligence Review 2015
Distributed event identification for WSNs in non-stationary environments 2015 IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2015 2015
SHARF: A single beacon hybrid acoustic and RF indoor localization scheme Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST 2015