Fatemeh Norouzian is an Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham.
Her main research interests include various aspects of radar and remote sensing: automotive radar technologies at system and subsystem level, signal processing, material characterisation, mm-waves and sub-THz short-range sensing, electromagnetic (EM) theory, modelling and characterisation of signal propagation through diverse media and in general, electrical, electronic and digital systems design.
In her track record, she closely cooperates with key UK industrial partners like, Jaguar Land Rover PLC, Horiba MIRA Ltd, Rolls-Royce PLC and government organisation Innovate UK. Fatemeh established an internationally wide reputation as an expert in sub-THz sensing and channel characterisation with application in automotive radar, aerospace, etc. She is actively expanding her research by liaising and collaborating with academia and industries.
She has published several journal and conference papers as well as writing a book chapter on “Effect of weather on THz automotive radars”. In the last 5 years, she was invited and gave 17 talks in 7 countries, including seminars, workshops and international conferences, which attracted significant interest from the international research community. She also chaired sessions in international conferences, and she is a regular reviewer for IEEE and IET journals and international radar conferences.