Ms Samiya Shimly

PhD Graduand
Research Area:

Building 801 Synergy, North Science Road, ACT 2601, Australia

Samiya Shimly received her BSc in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) from Military Institute of Science & Technology (MIST), Bangladesh. She is currently a PhD graduand in Engineering at The Australian National University (ANU), in the field of wireless body area networks (WBANs/BANs), in collaboration with Data61, CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation). Her current research overview is to optimize wireless body-centric communications (e.g., body-to-body networks) with predictive decision-making to build intelligent autonomous human-centered networks.

  • Wireless Body Area Networks (BANs)
  • Wireless Body-to-Body Networks (BBNs)
  • Body-centric communications
  • Wearables
  • Human-centered Networks
  • Human Intranets
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Machine learning
  • Channel Modeling and Prediction
  • Cross-layer optimization
  • Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
  • Ad-hoc and Mesh networks
Journal Articles
  • S. M. Shimly, S. Movassaghi and D. B. Smith Cooperative communications for sleep monitoring in wireless body area networks IET Electronics Letters (February, 2016)
  • S. M. Shimly, D. B. Smith, and S. Movassaghi Experimental Analysis of Cross-layer Optimization for Distributed Wireless Body-to-Body Networks IEEE Sensors Journal (August, 2019)
  • S. M. Shimly and D. B. Smith Multi-Objective Markov Decision Process for Adaptive Scheduling in Wireless Body-to-Body Networks (under review) IEEE Internet of Things Journal
  • S. M. Shimly, D. B. Smith, S. Movassaghi, and L. W. Hanlen An Empirical Study of Stationarity and Long-Range Dependence of Real-life Wireless Body-centric Channels (under major revision) IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
Conference Articles
  • everybody working together featured interview by Electronics Letters, IET (Apr, 2016)
  • Towards Smart Wireless Body-centric Networks Joint 7th N^2WOMEN-WICE Workshop (ICC) (May, 2018)
  • Cross-layer optimized routing across multiple wireless body area networks Australian Communications Theory Workshop (AusCTW), (Jan, 2017)

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