Professor, Electrical Engineering
Co-Director, Wireless Institute; Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
275C Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering
Areas of Interest
My research and teaching interests center on wireless communications system engineering, including fundamental limits and tradeoffs from information theory, practical algorithms from coding and signal processing, and prototyping as well as experimental validation with software-defined radios. Technologies build upon models for novel network architectures and transceiver hardware, and are realized within the physical, medium-access control, and link layers of traditional protocol stacks. My group collaborates with other faculty in the Wireless Institute as well as our many industry partners.
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2002
M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997
B.S., Washington University, 1995