Dr Keyvan Ansari joined the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2016 as Lecturer in ICT. Before that he was an Associate Lecturer at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), developing and delivering a wide range of Computer Science and Engineering subjects including Programming, Computer Systems and Networks, Wireless and Mobile Networks Engineering, and Engineering Design.
Keyvan’s PhD was a multidisciplinary scholarly investigation on developing new scientific approaches for the design, development and evaluation of inter-vehicle communications, networking and positioning systems as part of Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems ensuring the safety of both roads and rail networks. He is interested in designing and engineering ubiquitous connected computing platforms by taking a data-centric approach. His current research interests include inter-vehicle communications and routing protocols and positioning techniques, integrated systems for intelligent transport safety applications, requirements engineering and management, as well as cloud computing and multimedia data mining. He has served on the technical program committees for several international conferences and as a reviewer for a number of international journals and magazines.
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- Member, Australian Computer Society (MACS CT)
- Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy, UK (AFHEA)
Selected research publications
Ansari, K., Feng, Y., & Tang, M. (2015). A Runtime Integrity Monitoring Framework for Real-time Relative Positioning Systems Based on GPS and DSRC. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems,16(2), 980-992,doi: 10.1109/TITS.2014.2349011
Ansari, K., Feng, Y., & Singh, J. (2014). Study of a geo-multicast framework for efficient message dissemination at unmanned level crossings. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 8(4), 425-434, doi:10.1049/iet-its.2013.0061
Ansari, K., & Feng, Y. (2013). Design of an Integration Platform for V2X Wireless Communications and Positioning Supporting C-ITS Safety Applications. The Journal of Global Positioning Systems (JoGPS), 12(1), 38-52, doi: 10.5081/jgps.12.1.38
Ansari, K., Wang, C., & Feng, Y. (2013). Exploring dependencies of 5.9 GHz DSRC throughput and reliability on safety applications. In Proceedings of the 10th IEEE VTS Asia Pacific Wireless Communications Symposium (pp. 448–453). Seoul, Korea: Seoul National University
Ansari, K., Wang, C., Wang, L. & Feng, Y. (2013). Vehicle-to-vehicle real-time relative positioning using 5.9 GHz DSRC media. In Proceedings of IEEE 78th Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC2013-Fall. Las Vegas, NEV: The Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
Potential research projects for HDR and honours students
- Integrity monitoring platform for real-time communications/positioning-intensive systems, i.e., connected vehicles
Data distribution services (DDS) for real-time communications-intensive systems, i.e., connected safety critical systems
Location based services (LBS) supported road and rail safety applications