Dr Roya Haratian
- 01202 965307
- rharatian at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Lecturer (Academic) in Electronics
- Poole House P313, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Roya Haratian is currently Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Electronics at Department of Design and Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, Bournemouth University. She was awarded a PhD in Electronics Engineering from Queen Mary University of London, QMUL, in 2014. Her PhD thesis was about flexibility of on-body sensing systems using machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches. She also worked as an Associate Lecturer at QMUL and a Research Associate at Bristol Robotics Lab, working in the field of on-body sensing systems for emotion prediction through processing of bio-signals with application in Human-robot Interaction. Prior to joining QMUL, she had three years experience of teaching and research in field of Electronics and Communication Systems Engineering. Her research interests also include resource allocation such as power control in wireless sensor networks.
- Haratian, R., Timotijevic, T. and Phillips, C., 2016. Reducing power and increasing accuracy of on-body sensing in motion capture application. IET SIGNAL PROCESSING, 10 (2), 133-139.
- Haratian, R., Twycross-Lewis, R., Timotijevic, T. and Phillips, C., 2014. Toward Flexibility in Sensor Placement for Motion Capture Systems: A Signal Processing Approach. IEEE SENSORS JOURNAL, 14 (3), 701-709.
- Haratian, R., Phillips, C. and Timotijevic, T., 2012. A PCA-based technique for compensating the effect of sensor position changes in motion data. 126-131.
- Haratian, R., Phillips, C. and Timotijevic, T., 2012. A data-driven functional PCA filter for compensating the effect of sensor position changes in motion data.
- Haratian, R., Rasti, M. and Sharafat, A.R., 2009. Evaluation of cellular distributed power control algorithms in wireless ad hoc networks.
- Haratian, R. and Sharafat, A.R., 2009. Better QoS and less power in wireless ad hoc networks by distributed power control using power and SINR-based pricing functions.