2014 Fall

Introduction to Intelligent Transportation Systems MTAT.08.040

Distributed Systems Seminar MTAT.08.024

Systems Modelling MTAT.03.083

2013 Fall

Distributed Systems Seminar MTAT.08.024



My primary research interests are related to: 

  1. Intelligent Transporation Systems
  2. Internet of Vehicles (IoV)
  3. Location Based Services
  4. Data Mining
  5. Big Data Analytics
  6. Tracking and Localization
  7. Real Time Systems

Current Research

The research topics conducted are related to: 

  1. Mobility Prediction and Mining
  2. Localization in Mobile Network 
  3. Travel Time Estimation and Prediction 
  4. Semantic Profiling
  5. Internet of Vehicles and Location Based Services Intergation
  6. Map-Matching
  7. Mining Spatio-temporal data


PhD Theses Under Supervision 

Phd Student: Artjom Lind
Topic: Friend-to-friend Computing - A Friendly Framework for Ubiquitous and Distirbuted System
Year: 2016 - ....

Phd Student: Elis Kõivumägi 
Topic: Algorithms for mobile positioning data processing
Year: 2017 - ....



  • Elis Koivumägi, Mati Vait, Amnir Hadachi, Georg Singer, Eero Vainikko, "Real Time Movement Labeling of Mobile Event Data", in Journal of Location Based Services (Taylor & Francis Editors), pp. 1–22, Apr. 2015.  [ Article][ Presentation]
  • Amnir Hadachi, Stephane Mousset, Abdelaziz Bensrhair, “Approach To Estimate Travel Time Using Sparsely Sampled GPS Data in Urban Networks.” the IEE Electronics Letters Journal 2013. [ Article]

International Conferences and Workshops:

  • Artjom, Lind; Amnir, Hadachi; Oleg Batrashev,“A new approach for mobile positioning using the CDR data of cellular networks”, The 5th IEEE international Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems, Napoli, Italy, June, 2017. [ Article]
  • Joonas, Lõmps; Amnir, Hadachi, “The Impact of Morphological Processing and Feature Selection on Handwriting Recognition Accuracy”, The 4th international Conference on Multimedia, Scientific Information and Visualization for Information Systems and Metrics, Sevilla, Spain, January, 2017. *Best Research*[ Article]
  • Batrashev, Oleg; Hadachi, Amnir; Lind, Artjom; Vainikko, Eero, “Mobility Episode Detection from CDR’s Data using Switching Kalman Filter”, The 4th ACM SIGSPATIAL international Workshop on Mobile Geographic Information Systems, Seattle, Washington, USA, November, 2015. [ Article]
  • Hadachi, Amnir; Batrashev, Oleg; Lind, Artjom; Singer, Georg; Vainikko, Eero. “Cell phone subscribers mobility prediction using enhanced Markov Chain algorithm”, in the IEEE Proceedings: Intelligent Vehicles Symposium IV14, Dearborn, Michigan, USA; June 8-11, pp: 1049 – 1054, 2014. [ Article]
  • Amnir Hadachi, Stephane Mousset, Christele Lecomte and Abdelaziz Bensrhair,” Travel Time Estimation Using Cooperative Probes Vehicles”, in The 6th International Symposium on signal, Image, Video and Communications, Valenciennes, France on July 4-6, pp: 1078- 1083, 2012. [ Article][ Presentation]
  • Amnir Hadachi, Stéphane Mousset, Abdelaziz Bensrhair, “Practical Testing Application of Travel Time Estimation Using Applied Monte Carlo Method and Adaptive Estimation from Probes”, in the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium IV12, Alcalá de Henares, Spain, June 3-7, 2012. [ Article]
  • Amnir Hadachi, Christele Lecomte, Stephane Mousset and Abdelaziz Bensrhair,"An Application of the Sequential Monte Carlo to Increase the Accuracy of Travel Time Estimation in Urban Areas", in the 14th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Washington, DC, USA. October 5-7, 2011. [ Article]


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Insitute of Computer Science,
University of Tartu,
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