Ali Nazmi Özyagci
I am a recent Ph.D. graduate from Communication Systems Department, KTH Royal Institute of Technology. I joined the department in 2008, following my M.Sc. degree in Wireless Systems. In my licentiate studies, I worked on analyzing the performance of selfish channel access as a dynamic spectrum access mechanism in MODYS project funded by VINNOVA. In recent years, my research focus has been analyzing the capacity of 802.11 WLANs when many such networks are deployed in close proximity of each other. I have been involved in teaching a number of course labs including cellular network planning using InfoVista's CellPlanner, and I developed an indoor WLAN received-power measurement lab exercise.