Dr Shuja Ansari
- Research Associate (Systems Power & Energy)
Shuja Ansari (IEEE M'15-SM’20, IET M'15) received the M.Sc. degree (distinction) in Telecommunications Engineering in 2015, and the Ph.D. degree in Engineering in 2019 from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), UK. He is currently a Post Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Glasgow (UofG) and Wave-1 Urban 5G use case implementation lead at Glasgow 5G Testbed funded by the Scotland 5G Centre of the Scottish Government.
His research interests include wireless communications, intelligent transport systems, terrestrial/airborne mobile networks, healthcare and cloud networking technologies.
Updated publication list can be found at Google Scholar.
- An intelligent non-invasive real-time elderly activity recognition system for next generation healthcare (£29k (FEC), Co-I, EPSRC-IAA, 2020) (£12k, Co-I, GKFE, 2020)
- Location tracking system for autonomous monitoring of bulks of cereal grain - (£13k (FEC), Co-I, EPSRC-IAA, 2020) (£5.5k, Co-I, GKFE, 2020)
- RFID-enabled location tracking system for autonomous monitoring of bulks of cereal grain - (£26k (FEC), Co-I, EPSRC-IAA, 2021)
Dr Ansari is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electonics Engineering (IEEE), acting as a IEEE student branch counselor for the University of Glasgow IEEE Student Branch.
As a 5G use case implementation lead of the Wave-1 Urban Innovation project with the Scotland 5G Centre, Dr Ansari is actively involved in a number of industrial collaborations, assisting companies in utilising 5G for their emerging applications, business growth, product development and uptake of new digital technologies.
With his experience on the planning, installation and commissioning of the campus wide 5G testbed, he also volunteers as a consultant/advisor for numerous 5G projects across Scotland.