Head of School of Engineering;
Current International Activities:
President, The Australian Council of Engineering Deans
GEDC Member, President Australian Council of Engineering Deans, Inc.
National / Regional / Global Interests:
Engineering design for sustainable development, Engineering Education,
Academic Leadership Experience:
Head, School of Engineering; Leader of the Center for Communications Engineering Research at ECU,
Full Professor of Engineering, Editor in Chief, the Australian Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Areas of Research:
Reliability and quality of service in communication systems and networks, smart energy systems, and environmental
Selected Published Articles and Works:
- Ramraj, R., Ahmad, I., Habibi, D., (2011), Multi-Access Environments in Next Generation Networks. Wireless Multi-Access Environments and Quality of Service Provisioning: Solutions and Applications, 1-17, USA, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-0017-1.
- Habibi, D., Phung, Q., (2011), Graph Theory for Survivability Design in Communication Networks. New Frontiers in Graph Theory, 3p., Croatia.
- Ahmad, I., Habibi,D., (2009), Quality of Service in WiMax. WiMAX Network Planning and Optimization, 2-18, United States.
- Shukla, S., Habibi, D., (2011), Dynamic Passive pressure from c-? soil backfills. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 31 (5-6), 845-848, 2011, DOI: 10.1016/j.soildyn.2011.01.009.
- Ahmad, I., Habibi, D., (2011), Improving quality of Service in WiMAX communication at vehicular speeds: a new call admission control solution. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, NA (NA), NA, DOI: DOI: 10.1002/wcm.1111.
- Ahmad, I., Kamruzzaman, J., Habibi, D., (2008), Rerouting in advance for preempted IR calls in QoS-enabled networks. Computer Communications, 31 (17), 3922-3928.
Awards and Accomplishments:
Engineers Australia, Fellow
ITEE College of Engineers Australia, Board Member
Electrical College of Engineers Australia, Board Member
Australian Research Council, Reviewer
B. Eng. Honors (Bachelor of Engineering Honours), University of Tasmania - 1990,
Ph.D., University of Tasmania, 1995.