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Mitra Nasri

Former function:Post-Doc
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*Educations*

· 2013 to 2014: visiting student at Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.

· 2009 to 2015: Ph.D. in Software Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

o Ph.D. Thesis: “Analyzing and Improving Quality of Service of Real-Time Embedded Systems in Dynamic Environments,”

· 2006-2008: M.S. in Software Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.

o M.S. Thesis: “Load Balancing Distributed Web Crawlers Based on Web Structure,”

· 2001-2005: B.S. in Computer Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.

o B.S. Thesis: “Market Mechanism on Designing Agents for E-Commerce,”

· 2000-2001: Grade Twelve Degree: Exceptional Talents High School (Nodet), Esfahan, Iran.

· 1997-2000: High School Diploma: Exceptional Talents High School (Nodet), Esfahan, Iran.

 

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*Honors*

· 2016: Won Alexander von Humboldt fellowship for post-doctoral research in Germany.

· 2015: Obtained Ph.D. with "Excellent" grade from the University of Tehran.

· 2013: Won German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship for 6 months research stay in Germany.

· 2012: Ranked 1st in Cumulative GPA among all Ph.D. candidates of software engineering Ph.D. program at the University of Tehran (GPA 19.37 out of 20).

· 2009: Ranked 1st in the entrance exam for Ph.D. program in software engineering at the University of Tehran.

· 2007: Ranked 1st in Cumulative GPA among all computer engineering M.S. students at Iran University of Science and Technology (GPA 18.81 out of 20).

· 2006: Selected as a talented student by Iran University of Science and Technology for M.S. support (without entrance exam).

· 2005: Ranked 2nd in Cumulative GPA among all computer engineering B.S. students at Iran University of Science and Technology (GPA 17.57 out of 20).

· 2004: Ranked 2nd in computer programming contest held at northern universities of Iran.

· 2000: Selected as one of the best programmers in first programmers congress of NODET students in Kerman, Iran.

· 1997: Qualified in “National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents (NODET)” entrance examination.

 

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*Community Activities and Conferences*

Member of the program committee (PC) of the following conferences:

• Workshop on Mixed Criticality Applications (WMC), 2015

• Junior Workshop of Real-Time Networks and Systems conference (JRWRTC), 2015

• Junior Workshop of Real-Time Networks and Systems conference (JRWRTC), 2014

• Junior Workshop of Real-Time Networks and Systems conference (JRWRTC), 2013

Reviewer for the following journals and conferences

• Real-Time Systems Journal (RTS)

• Journal of Systems Architecture (JSA)

• Journal of Scheduling (JS)

• Information Processing Letters (IPL)

• Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2014, 2015)

• Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS 2014, 2015, 2016)

• Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications (RTAS 2015, 2016)

• International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS 2014, 2015)

• Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA 2015)

 

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*Master Students* (who I supervise)

· Zai Zhang: Improving schedulability of CAN networks through implementing a distributed non-work-conserving scheduling algorithm based on rate monotonic

· Gokul Vasan L. Jayachandrababu: Project 1: implementing O(1) slot-shifting scheduling algorithm in real-time operating systems. Project 2: Investigating the effect of different dynamic memory assignment algorithms (malloc) on the performance of soft real-time systems.

· Sinduja Selvan: Improving the schedulability of AFDX networks through shaping the load in the end systems

 

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*Research Interests*

· Real-Time Systems

· Schedulability analysis (uniprocessor and multiprocessor systems)

· Designing scheduling algorithms

· Developing tools for system design

· Control systems (improving quality of service through scheduling-based solutions for reducing I/O delays and jitters, etc.)

 

· Algorithm design

· Approximation algorithms

· Optimization

· Computational complexity analysis

 

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*Teaching Assistantships*

· Real-Time Systems 1, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany (Spring 2015)

· Real-Time Systems 2, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany (Spring 2014)

· Advanced Algorithms Design, University of Tehran, Iran (Fall 2011)

· Advanced Computer Networks Designing, University of Tehran, Iran (Fall 2010)

· Technical and Scientific Presentation, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Spring 2005)

· Theory of Machine and Languages, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Fall 2004)

· Object Oriented Programming in C++, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Fall 2004)

· Structured Programming in Pascal, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Spring 2004)

· Object Oriented Programming in C++, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Spring 2004)

· Object Oriented Programming in C++, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Fall 2003)

· Structured Programming in Pascal, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran (Spring 2003)

Activities and Societies

· IEEE student member from 2009 to 2014.

· Member of Society of Professors against Plagiarism in Iran since 2010.

 

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*Publications*

 

Peer Reviewed Journals

1. Nasri, M., Kargahi, M. (2014): Precautious-RM: a predictable non-preemptive scheduling algorithm for harmonic tasks, Real-Time Systems Journal, Springer, vol. 50, no. 4, pp. 548-584.

2. Nasri, M., Kargahi, M., Mohaqeqi, M. (2012): Scheduling of accuracy-constrained real-time systems in dynamic environments, IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, IEEE Computer Society, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 61-64.

Conference Papers:

1. Nasri, M., Fohler, G. (2016): Non-work-conserving non-preemptive scheduling: motivations, challenges, and potential solutions, to appear in Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), July 2016.

2. Nasri, M., Nelissen, G., Fohler, G. (2016): A new approach for limited preemptive scheduling in systems with preemption overhead, to appear in Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), July 2016.

3. Nasri, M., Fohler, G. (2015): Non-work-conserving scheduling of non-preemptive hard real-time tasks based on fixed priorities, to appear in the proceedings of Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS), ACM, pp. 309-318.

4. Nasri, M., Fohler, G. (2015): An efficient method for assigning harmonic periods to hard real-time tasks with period ranges, in the proceedings of Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 149-159.

5. Nasri, M., Fohler, G. (2015): Some results in rate monotonic scheduling with priority promotion, in the proceedings of Work-in-Progress of the Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (WiP-ECRTS), pp. 5-8.

6. Nasri, M., Fohler, G. (2015): Open problems on non-preemptive scheduling of mixed-criticality real-time systems, in the proceedings International Real-Time Scheduling Open Problems Seminar (RTSOPS), pp. 17-18.

7. Nasri, M., Baruah, S., Fohler, G., Kargahi, M. (2014): On the optimality of EDF and RM for non-preemptive real-time harmonic tasks, in the proceedings of Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS), ACM, pp. 331-340.

8. Nasri, M., Fohler, G., Kargahi, M. (2014): A framework to construct customized harmonic periods for real-time systems, in the proceedings of Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 211-220.

9. Nasri, M., Fohler, G., Moti, N. (2014): Guaranteeing schedulability of splittable hard real-time tasks for non-preemptible devices, in the proceedings of Work-in-Progress of the Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (WiP-ECRTS), pp. 1-5.

10. Nasri, M., Kargahi, M. (2012): A method for improving delay-sensitive accuracy in real-time embedded systems, in the proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 378-387.

11. Nasri, M., Sharifi, M. (2009): Load balancing using consistent hashing: a real challenge for large scale distributed Web crawlers, in the proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Advance Information Networking and Applications (WAINA), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 715-720.

12. Nasri, M., Shariati, S., Abdolahi Azgomi, M. (2008): Performance modeling of a distributed Web crawler using stochastic activity networks, in the proceedings of Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS), Springer-Verlag, pp. 535-542.

13. Nasri, M., Shariati, S., Sharifi, M. (2008): Availability and accuracy of distributed Web crawlers: a model-based evaluation, in the proceedings of UKSIM European Symposium on Computer Modeling and Simulation (EMS), IEEE Computer Society, pp. 453-458.

14. Zamanifar, A., Nasri, M., Soryani, M. (2008): A hybrid technique for reducing leakage energy with improving performance, in the proceedings of International CSI Computer Conference (CSICC), pp. 453-458 [in Persian].

15. Nasri, M., Sharifi, M., Nasri, V. (2007): FarsCom: a computer algorithm for detection of Farsi compound words, in the proceedings of Iranian Conference on Linguistics (ICL), vol. 2, pp. 546-558 [in Persian].

16. Nasri, M., Sharifi, M., Nasri, V. (2007): FarsVer: a computer algorithm for Farsi verb stemming, in the proceedings of Iranian Conference on Linguistics (ICL), vol. 2, pp. 531-545 [in Persian].

17. Nasri, M., Minaei-Bidgoli, B. (2007): A Persian search engine to overcome Farsi calligraphy challenges, in the proceedings of Iranian Conference on Linguistics (ICL), vol. 2, pp. 619-631 [in Persian].

18. Nasri, M., Abdollahi Azgomi, M., Ahmadzade, H. (2007): Market mechanism on designing agents for E-Commerce, International CSI Computer Conference (CSICC) [in Persian].

 

Monograph

1. Kashefi, O., Nasri, M., Kanani, K. (2010): Automatic spell checking in Persian language, Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology (SCICT), Tehran, Iran.

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