My full name is Mohammad Salar Arbabi. People who know me call me Salar. I am currently a PhD. fellow at Department of Informatics at University of Oslo. I research within SMARTMED research project and am exploring how to exploit blockchain technology and Smart Contracts to enhance the healthcare sector.
Researcher in SMARTMED project
Thesis: Incentivized and Decentralized Delivery Network of IoT Updates Based on Ethereum Smart Contracts and Blockchain Technology
Project: Cloud-Assisted IoT-Based Social Door to Boost Student-Professor Interaction
Authors: Mohammad Salar Arbabi, Chhagan Lal, Narasimha Raghavan Veeraragavan, Dusica Marijan, Jan F. Nygård, and Roman Vitenberg
Authors: Mohammad Salar Arbabi and Mehdi Shajari
Authors: Ali Asghar Nazari Shirehjini, Abdulsalam Yassine, Shervin Shirmohammadi, Mohammad Salar Arbabi and Ramtin Rassoli
Authors: Hamed Tahmooresi, Abbas Heydarnoori, Jafar Habibi, Ramtin Rasooli and Mohammad Salar Arbabi
Based on GPA, in M.Sc. students of Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology of AmirKabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) with CGPA of 19.73/20.
Among 30,000 students in the annual National University Entrance Exam (a.k.a ”Konkoor-Arshad”) and got admission to AmirKabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic). Tehran Polytechnic is one of the top schools in the region and one of the top 400 leading schools around the globe and has elevated to the status of Center of Excellence in computer engineering and information technology over the years.
Among 500,000 students in the annual National University Entrance Exam (a.k.a ”Konkoor-Karshenasi”) and got admission to Sharif University of Technology (SUT) which is the university of choice for the top ranking students attending the nationwide universities entrance exam
The first Ethereum and Smart Contract workshop to be held in Iran. The workshop was held at FINTECH Research Center and aimed to teach Blockchain and Ethereum technology principals and Solidity Turing-complete contract-oriented programming language.
You are most welcome to contact me to discuss an interesting idea!
Room 4450, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Ole Johan Dahls hus, Gaustadallen 23 B, N-0373, Oslo, Norway