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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.

Acknowledgement
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.

News

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.

My CV.
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Email.