Areas of Research Interest:
Channel Coding and Medium Access Control for Distributed Wireless Systems
Fountain Communication for Multimedia Broadcasting
Dynamic Routing and Network Coding
Compressive Sensing
Opportunistic Spectrum Access, Cognitive Communication

A Short Video of Research Introduction

Active Projects:
Distributed Wireless Networking with An Enhanced Physical-Link Layer Interface, Supported by The National Science Foundation (CNS Award 1618960)

Past Projects:
Theoretical Foundation of Distributed Wireless Channel Access, Supported by The National Science Foundation (CCF Award 1420608)
Fountain Coding Theory for Content Sharing and Multimedia Broacasting in Overlay Networks, Supported by The National Science Foundation (CCF Award 1016985)
Knowledge Enhanced Compressive Measurement for Radar Applications, Supported by The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA Award N66001-11-C-4023)
Systematic Optimization in Wireless Multicasting, Supported by The National Science Foundation (CCF Award 0728826)

Foundations of Energy Efficient Wireless Multimedia Broadcasting, Supported by The National Science Foundation (CNS Award 1116134)


Ph.D. Students:
Faeze Heydaryan, heydaryanfaezeh(a)gmail.com

M.S. Student:

Former Ph.D. Student:
Yanru Tang (2018), with Samsung

Zheng Wang (2011), with Seagate


Former M.S. Students:
Anwarul Azim
Aditya Mittal
Carla Wan
Tiegang Zhao
Xiaoyin Qi
Selvanarayan Gopalan
Chaitanya Khairnar

Tushar Jagtap