Dr Amir Saberi

Amir received the B.Sc. from the University of Tabriz, Iran in 2011, the M.Sc. from the University of Tehran, Iran in 2014, and the PhD from The University of Melbourne, Australia all in Electrical Engineering. Prior to his PhD, he had a 3-year career in industry working on anomaly detection in networked systems.  He is currently a postdoctoral fellow with the School of Engineering at The Australian National University, Australia. He has been the recipient of several awards including the Melbourne Research Scholarship in 2017 and the Student Engagement Grant in 2020 from The University of Melbourne. The main focus of his research includes Networked Control Systems, Information Theory, and Real-time Optimisation. 

  • Networked Control Systems
  • Information Theory
  • Real-time Optimisation. 
  • Awarded the Student Engagement Grant (SEG), by The University of Melbourne, 2020
  • Awarded the Melbourne Research Scholarship (MRS) to pursue PhD at The University of Melbourne, 2017
  • Awarded Travel Grant to attend Summer School at the International Graduate School on Control in Istanbul, Turkey, 2019
  • Awarded Outstanding Student Volunteer Award in recognition of volunteering contribution to IEEE community by IEEE Victorian Section, 2020
  • Ranked 94th, 9th and 7th (top 0.1%) in the nationwide university entrance exam for undergraduate, masters, and PhD degrees respectively, Iran
  • Ranked 2nd among 40 BSc students in Control Engineering, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
  • Finalist in the nationwide Electrical Engineering Olympiad in Iran (ranked 18th)


Phd Student: Yitian Chen

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