Ata Elahi

ElahiaMorrill Hall 107
Phone:  203.392.5819
Email:  elahia1@southernct.edu
Website:http://home.southernct.edu/~elahia1/

Education:

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Mississippi State University
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Mississippi State University
B.A. in Electrical Engineering, Iran College of Technology, Iran

  Spring 2014

Office Hours

Monday  
Tuesday 8:15 am to  9:35 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am to 12:20 pm  4:30 pm to  5:30 pm
Thursday 8:15 am to 9:35 am
Friday  

RESEARCH

Computer Networks, Data Communication, Computer Hardware Design, and  Pipeline Processors 

Publications

Books

Elahi, A , Gschwender,A. " ZigBee Wireless Sensor and Control Network", Prentice Hall, 2009

Elahi & Elahi " Data , Network & Internet Communications Technology", Thomson 2006

Elahi, Ata. Communication Network Technology Delmar/ Thompson Learning, 2001.

                Invited Tutorial Presentations 

ZIGbee  Wireless Sensor and Control Network

 

International Conference on Telecommunications   2014  
http://www.ict-2014.org/

MONAM 2013
http://mon-ami.org/2013/show/tutorials
Global Wireless Summit 2013:
http://gws2013.org/programme/tutorials/
ACM-SAC 2013
http://www.acm.org/conferences/sac/sac2013/tutorials13.htm
DICTAP 2011
http://www.sdiwc.net/fr/tutorials.php
NDT 2010
http://www.dirf.org/ndt2010/tutorial.asp

Presentations

Elahi, A., Fifth Annual CSU Computing Conference "ATM Networks and xDSL", 1999.

Elahi, A.,"Microcomputer Based Wake-up Call System", Twenty Second Annual Conference of Modeling and Simulation, 1991.

Grants

Curriculum Development Grant, 2003.

$31,000.00 matching grant from the National Science Foundation for development of "An Undergraduate Computer Hardware Laboratory", 1987.

$165,000.00 from Department of Higher Education State of Connecticut for development of "Microprocessor and Digital Image Processing", 1988.

$2,700.00 Connecticut State University Grant for "Telephone Set for the Hearing Impaired", 1988.

$ 91,000.00 from Department of Higher Education State of Connecticut for "Development of Computer-aided Design Laboratory", 1990.

$1500.00 from Connecticut State University "Application of Fuzzy Logic on Robotics", 1995.

$1250.00 from Southern Connecticut State University Curriculum Development Grant, "Development of Digital Laboratory", 1995.

Student Work

Performance study of routing protocols for ad hoc networks