Titel: Self-Organizing Networks (SON)
Autoren/Herausgeber: Juan Ramiro, Khalid Hamied (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage
Dr. Juan Ramiro is currently the Corporate MarketingDirector of Optimi, where he has held several technical andmanagerial positions since the company was founded in 2003. He hasten years of experience in the wireless industry, mostly focused onRAN performance simulation and optimization. Before joining Optimi,he worked for Telefónica I+D, and then he carried out R&Dactivities about smart antenna systems and radio resourcemanagement for UMTS/HSDPA at Aalborg University, Denmark, in closeco-operation with Nokia Networks. He is co-author of oneinternational patent, several international patent applications,ten conference papers, two journal papers and contributions toanother two books. Dr. Ramiro earned a Master's degree inTelecommunications Engineering from University of Málaga(Spain), with awards to the best student record and the best masterthesis; a Ph.D. degree in Wireless Communications (Electrical andElectronic Engineering) from Aalborg University (Denmark); and anExecutive MBA degree from Instituto Internacional San Telmo(Spain).
Dr. Khalid Hamied is the founder and Chief TechnologyOfficer of Optimi, a leading supplier of advanced planning andoptimization solutions for GSM, UMTS and LTE wireless networks. Hereceived a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the GeorgiaInstitute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, in 1994. His Ph.D.thesis was on Advanced Radio Link Design and Radio Receiver Designfor Mobile Communications. In 1994, he joined the CellularInfrastructure Group of Motorola where he worked on high-speed datafor third generation CDMA systems. In August 1997, he joined MobileSystems International as a Principal Engineer where he developedsoftware planning solutions for CDMA networks. From 1999 to 2001,he was a Senior Staff Engineer in the Wireless Access andApplications Group, Motorola Labs, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Dr.Hamied has twelve refereed papers and two patents. His researchinterests include coding, modulation and mobile wirelesssystems.