RESEARCH INTERESTS • Wireless Communications Data Standards; WLAN, WPAN, IoT standardization • LTE and Wi-Fi convergence; LTE-U for LTE economies of scale, unlicensed band utilization and improved spectral efficiency; LTE Advanced (LAA) Carrier Aggregation • Quality of Service mechanisms for wireless and cellular 3G/4G/5G systems • Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), virtual network segregation for QoS and security purposes • Internet of Things (IoT, IPSO Alliance), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) • Satellite Communications for augmentation of mobile wireless network coverage • Professional membership in the IEEE, Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS), Internet Society (ISOC), ACM and AIAA.
Mobile communications networks, software defined radio, 3D wireless communications, RF engineering
CYBR 6200 - Advanced Wireless Lab
Provides a comprehensive, hands-on set of laboratory exercises for the teaching and demonstration of key technical skills required to understand, build, test, and analyze both analog and digital wireless communications concepts. In conjunction with lecture-based content to provide a solid foundation in digital communication theory, SDR-based laboratory exercises enable the synthesis of several fundamental concepts utilizing the latest, modern communications systems technologies. Recommended prerequisites: CYBR 5210 and CYBR 5220.
TLEN 5700 - Research Methods
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
Develop basic concepts and methods for pursuing quantitative and qualitative research. Students will develop a research proposal that will be completed in TLEN 5710 or as a Master's Thesis. Writing skills test required.