Pedram Johari

Principal Research Scientist,  Electrical and Computer Engineering


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Jun 05, 2024

Best Short Paper Award for Simulating Connected Cars With ColosSUMO

ECE Research Engineer Gabriele Gemmi, Principal Research Scientist Pedram Johari, Assistant Research Professor Michael Polese, and William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia received the Best Short Paper Award for their paper “ColosSUMO: Evaluating Cooperative Driving Applications With Colosseum” at the 2024 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) in Japan.


Jan 23, 2024

Developing AI-Powered Testing for Next-Gen Cellular Networks

ECE Assistant Research Professor Michele Polese is leading a $2 million project awarded by the Wireless Innovation Fund for “AutoRAN: Automated End-to-End Continuous Testing for Open and Disaggregated Cellular Systems.”


Nov 30, 2023

Developing Cutting-Edge Testing Technology for 5G Open RAN

ECE Principal Research Scientist Pedram Johari is leading a $2M project awarded by the Wireless Innovation Fund to develop a digital framework for testing 5G Open RAN systems called “DigiRAN: High-Fidelity Digital Twins for Interoperability, Security and Performance Testing of Open RAN Systems.” DigiRAN is a digital framework that enables diverse, low-cost, and automated testing of three core components for 5G Open RAN: interoperability, performance, and security.

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Aug 17, 2022

Predicting Seizures in Epilepsy Patients

ECE Professor Tommaso Melodia and Principal Research Scientist Pedram Johari, in collaboration with Joseph Neimat from the University of Louisville, Jorge Jimenez from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Doug Pham from Microchip Technology Inc., received a $550K NSF Partnerships for Innovation – Research Partnerships (PFI-RP)  grant for “Smart Seizure Prediction System based on AI-enabled Implantable Sensor Networks.”

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