I am a Research Assistant Professor at the New York University Electrical and Computer Engineering department. I am also a member of NYU Wirelesss. I was employed as a lecturer and a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Michigan in 2017. I received my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Michigan in April 2017. My Ph.D. advisor was Sandeep Pradhan. I also received my M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics in 2016. My research interests are in the general areas of privacy and security, communications, information theory, and signal processing.
01-20-2019: Our paper ‘Tradeoff Between Delay and High SNR Capacity in Quantized MIMO Systems’ was submitted to IEEE ISIT 2019.
01-20-2019: Our paper ‘On the Fundamental Limits of Multi-user Scheduling under Short-term Fairness Constraints’ was submitted to IEEE ISIT 2019.
01-20-2019: Our paper ‘On Multiterminal Communication over MIMO Channels with One-bit ADCs at the Receivers’ was submitted to IEEE ISIT 2019.
01-15-2019: Our paper ‘On the Sub-optimality of Single-Letter Coding over Networks’ which was submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory received a minor revision.
01-11-2019: A second revision of our paper ‘A General Framework for Temporal Fair User Scheduling in NOMA Systems’ was submitted to the Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing.
18-11-2018: A second revision of ‘How to Compute Modulo Prime-Power Sums?’ was submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory’.
06-08-2018: A tutorial on our work ‘Private Information Retrieval: An Information Theoretic Approach’ was presented in the 2018 IEEE East Asian School of Information Theory & Communication (EASITC)