Before joining DACS, I was the project manager of SaxShirt project in Ambient Intelligence group (AMI) at Saxion University of
I received my PhD degree from Pervasive Systems (PS) group at University of Twente on analysing mobility data. Before coming to the Netherlands, I completed both my Master’s and Bachelor’s studies in computer engineering in Iran.
Find the full list of my publications in google scholar
- Socialprint: deriving a social fingerprint for
locations from mobility data, T. Brugman, M. Baratchi, G. Heijenk, M. van Steen, under review
- Spaceprint: a mobility-based fingerprinting scheme for public
spaces, M. Baratchi, G. Heijenk, M. van Steen, under review
- Wifi tracking of pedestrian behavior, C. Chilipiria, A. Petre, M. Baratchi, C. Dobre, M. van Steen, to appear in the book Smart Sensor Networks: Communication Technologies and Intelligent Applications, Elsevier, 2017[pdf]
- A multi-channel multiple access scheme for wireless sensor networks using frequency offsets - modeling and analysis, S. Morshed, M. Baratchi, G. Heijenk, WiMob'16, New York, USA[pdf]
- Towards reliable multi-Hop broadcast in VANETs: an analytical approach, M.Gholibeigi, M. Baratchi, H. van den Berg, G. Heijenk, VNC'16, Ohio, USA[pdf]
- Towards decisive garments for heat stress risk detection, M. Baratchi, L. Teunissen, P. Ebben, W. Teeuw, J. Laarhuis, M. van Steen, UBICOMP'16, Adjunct, Heidelberg, Germany[pdf]
- An efficient geographical addressing scheme for the Internet, B. Meijerink, M. Baratchi, G. Heijenk, WWIC'16, Thessaloniki, Greece, **Best paper**[pdf]
- Traffic-adaptive duty cycle adaptation in TR-MAC protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks, S. Morshed, M. Baratchi, G. Heijenk, WD'16, Toulouse, France[pdf]
- Lattitude, longitude, and beyond: mining mobile objects' behavior, M. Baratchi, 2015, PhD Thesis, University of Twente[pdf]
- A hierarchical hidden semi-Markov model for modeling mobility data, M. Baratchi, N. Meratnia, P.J.M. Havinga, A.K. Skidmore, A.K.G. Toxopeus, UBICOMP'14, Seattle, USA[pdf]
- Recognition of periodic behavioral patterns from streaming mobility data, M. Baratchi, N. Meratnia, P.J.M. Havinga, MOBIQUITOUS'13, Tokyo, Japan[pdf]
- On the use of mobility data for discovery and description of social ties, M. Baratchi, N. Meratnia, P.J.M. Havinga, ASONAM'13, Niagara falls, Canada[pdf]
- Finding frequently visited paths: dealing with the uncertainty of spatio-temporal mobility data, M. Baratchi, N. Meratnia, P.J.M. Havinga, ISSNIP'13, Melbourne, Australia[pdf]
- Evaluation of incentives for body area network-based healthcare systems, S. Aflaki, N. Meratnia, M. Baratchi, PJM Havinga, ISSNIP'13, Melbourne, Australia[pdf]
- Sensing solutions for collecting spatio-temporal data for wildlife monitoring applications: a review, M. Baratchi, N. Meratnia, P.J.M. Havinga, A.K. Skidmore, A.K.G Toxopeus, Sensors 13 (5)[pdf]
- A distributed verification scheme for encrypted data aggregation in wireless sensor networks, M. Baratchi, K. Jamshidi,CNDS'11, Tehran, Iran[pdf]
It has been a while since my life has started to go on with a fast pace but I have always saved some time for my hobbies. I’m an art and culture lover, I swim, I love traveling to exotic places, and watching good movies from all around the world.
Next to these, I play classical violin for a number of years now. Back home I also had traditional Persian violin training.
You can listen to a Persian violin piece (Pishdaramad Abu Ata by Abolhasan Saba ) here.
The best way to contact me is sending an email to:
m.baratchi [at] utwente [dot] nl
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