Researcher biography

Dr. Ali Zamani is a signal processing and applied electromagnetic researcher at the University of Queensland, where he is designing systems and algorithms for medical imaging applications. Dr. Zamani received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electronics and electrical engineering in 2008 and 2012, respectively. He also holds a PhD from the University of Queensland, Australia. His doctoral studies were in developing algorithms and techniques to process data from microwave medical imaging systems and produce medical images.

Dr. Zamani was the recipient of the Australian Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship in 2014 for his PhD studies. He was also awarded the Maude Walker Scholarship in 2014, the Richard Jago Memorial Prize in 2016, and the Candidate Development Award in 2017, from the University of Queensland for his research achievements in the field of electromagnetic imaging.