I was a Postdoctoral Researcher at NYU Wireless and I am now a Postdoctoral Research associate with H. Vincent Poor at Princeton. My research has focused on wireless networks, optimization algorithms, and providing better services to users. With this in mind I have recently begun working on enabling bionically sighted wearable technology. I started at Princeton on October 2018 and my new website is here.
I am grateful for the support my research has received from the National Science Foundation, Huawei Technologies Co., Texas Instruments, and Renesas. Additionally, thanks to NVIDIA for their gracious hardware donation.
05/18 – IEEE TWC paper on wireless service provision within average delay got accepted for publication.
04/18 – IEEE TWC paper on cross-tier mmWave scheduling got accepted for publication.
04/18 – Invited to attend University of Notre Dame’s “Future Faculty Workshop” hosted by the College of Engineering.
03/18 – Chaired the “Scheduling & Optimization” session at CISS in Princeteon.
03/18 – Invited to give two talks at Tec de Monterrey (ITESM).
02/18 – Visited NUS.
01/18 – Participated in GEM-ASEE Doctoral Engineering Research Showcase.
11/17 – Invited to participate in Huawei’s Global MBB Forum in London.
10/17 – Chaired the “Fundamentals of mmWave Communications” session at IEEE Asilomar Conference.
08/17 – Received an NVIDIA GPU through their awesome grant program.
07/17 – SafePredict is uploaded to arXiv.
04/17 – Participated in the Academic Career Workshops hosted by CMDiT.