Recent Ph.D. graduate from Drexel University.
I am a recent Ph.D. graduate from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Drexel University. In 2009, I earned the B.S./M.S. dual degree from Drexel in Electrical and Computer Engineering. My past internships and research visits include MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Cisco Systems, and the Center for Wireless Communications at the University of Oulu (Finland), covering a variety of practical and theoretical topics in communications, networking, and software.
At Drexel, I am a member of the Modeling and Analysis of Network Laboratory (MANL) under Steven Weber. Some of my research interests include i) the performance analysis of wireless networks with directional antennas in the presence of antenna configuration error using stochastic geometry, ii) the design/deployment of graph-based wireless networks for scheduling algorithm optimality guarantees using random graph theory, and iii) the structural properties of and algorithmic solutions to cellular user association problems posed as network utility optimization programs.
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