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About Edmond Nurellari

Dr. Nurellari received the B.Sc degree in 2010 and the M.Sc degree in 2012, both in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. From September 2010 to February 2013, he served as a Research and Teaching Assistant in the department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Eastern Mediterranean University. In 2013, he was awarded the Leeds International Research Scholarship (LIRS) to pursue his Ph. D. at the School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds, United Kingdom. In 2018, Dr. Nurellari was awarded the Carter Prize for the best Ph. D. thesis, titled "Distributed Detection and Estimation in Wireless Sensor Networks: Resource Allocations, Fusion Rules, and Network Security", in the School in the year 2017-18. Since April 2017, Dr. Nurellari has been a faculty member with the School of Engineering at the University of Lincoln, United Kingdom, where he is currently a Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering/Robotics. His research interests includes drone based communication systems, wireless power transfer, distributed signal processing, signal processing on graphs, resource allocations, distributed decisions and network security analysis in wireless sensor networks by employing tools from graph theory and game theory. He has served as an Invited Reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Signal and Information Processing over Networks, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, IEEE Communication Letter, Springers Wireless Networks Journal, Springers Digital Signal Processing Journal, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics and IEEE Flagship conferences.

Department Responsibilities

Module Leader for Internet of Things and Smart Electronics (ELE3006M) Module Leader for Communication Systems (ELE3001M). Module Leader for Power Generation and Transmission (ELE3007M). Personal Tutor

Subject Specialism

Distributed Signal Processing, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), Resource Allocations, Network Security Analysis, Signal Processing on Graphs, Bio-Inspired Signal Processing, Wireless Communications, IoT.

Qualifications

  • Ph. D. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Signal Processing for Communications) — The University of Leeds, 2017
  • MSc in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Telecommunications) — Eastern Mediterranean University, 2012
  • BSc in Electrical & Electronic Engineering — Eastern Mediterranean University, 2010
  • High School Technical Diploma (5 years) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering — Harry Fultz Institute, 2006

Awards

  • Carter Prize for the best Ph. D. thesis in the School in the year 2017-18 — School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds, UK,
  • Leeds International Research Scholarship- LIRS (To purchase PhD degree) — The University of Leeds, UK,
  • Certificate of Appreciation (Contributing to department ABET accreditation) — Head of School- Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus,
  • Research and Teaching Assistant (Full time) — Eastern Mediterranean University. Cyprus,
  • Full TRNC Scholarship (To purchase MSc degree at EMU) — Northern Cyprus government and Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus,
  • 8 High Honour Certificates for "outstanding academic results" — Eastern Mediterranean University- Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering. Cyprus,

Orcid ID

0000-0002-3359-1244

Research Interests

  • Internet of Things

  • Wireless Communication Networks

  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

  • Wireless Power Transfer

  • Embedded Systems Design

  • Resource Allocation

  • Machine-to-Machine Communications

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Research Projects

  • Innovative Drone Assisted Farming Solutions — awarded £65000 by Higher Education Innovation Funding HEIF in 2018
  • Development & Optimisation of Fresh Produce Supply Chain and Storage Systems - India [Co-I] — awarded £1200000 by Newton Bhabha in 2018
  • Feasibility Assessment of Developing a Smart Tracker Ball for Assistive Technologies — awarded £5000 by European Regional Development Programme in 2018
  • Smart Agriculture Field Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Networks and IoT Enabled — awarded £26300 by BBSRC in 2017
  • Feasibility Assessment of Developing a Horse Locator/Monitoring Device — awarded £5000 by European Regional Development Programme in 2017
  • Distributed Detection and Estimation in Wireless Sensor Networks: Resource Allocation, Fusion Rules, and Network Security [PI] — awarded £78600 by University of Leeds in 2013

Research in the Lincoln Repository


Module Responsibilities

  • Module Leader - Internet of Things and Smart Electronics — 2018 to Present
  • Module Leader - Power Generation and Transmission (ELE3007M) — 2017 to Present
  • Module Leader - Communication Systems (ELE3001M) — 2017 to Present

Professional Affiliations