Aug 2006 – Now, Associate Teaching Professor, Management of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, Australia
July 2002 – January 2006
Associate Professor, Keio University, Yokohama, Japan
September 2002 – August 2006
Technical Advisor, IPMobile Inc., Tokyo, Japan
May 1996 – May 2000
Research and Development Management and Consulting, Nippon Ericsson, Tokyo and Yokosuka, Japan, and Ericsson Radio Systems AB, Stockholm, Sweden
April 1994 – April 1996
Research and Development Engineer, Hitachi Central Research Laboratory, Kokubunji, Japan
Jan. 1988 – Sep. 1990
Research and Development Engineer, Telstra, Sydney, Australia
Tokyo Prefecture Patent Award, 2006, for “Transmission Control method and Apparatus for Mobile Communications System,” Filed in Japan, also patented in the US: patent number 6,546,260
WBS Student Paper Award, for the outstanding technical paper titled: "Evaluation of Asymmetric TDD Systems Employing AMC and HARQ by Considering MCS Selection Errors", IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences.
CDMA communications (3G), multimedia streaming, and quality management and control leading to more than 60 patent applications, 20 of which have been granted in the US so far.
Contributed to the development of, and participated in international discussions pertaining to, the standardization of third generation (3G) mobile communications systems.
Research into broadband wireless telecommunications, including m-commerce, leading to the publication of a book.
Associate Professor, Keio University 2002-2006
Associate Teaching Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, Australia, 2006-
Volunteer education activities in Yokohama, Japan 1997-2006.
R. Esmailzadeh and M. Nakagawa, “TDD CDMA for Wireless Communications”, Artech House Publishers, October 2002.
R. Esmailzadeh, “Broadband Wireless Communications Business: Costs and Benefits of New Technologies”, John Wiley Publishers, March 2006
PhD, Electrical Engineering, Keio University