Short Bio

I am currently an Assistant Professor at Computer Science and Software Engineering Department of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Before joining Rose-Hulman, I obtained my Ph.D. in 2018 from Department of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Notre Dame under the supervision of Prof. Aaron Striegel.

Research Interest

My research interests broadly focus on wireless networking and mobile computing, including WiFi/Cellular performance improvement, network measurement, and security applications. My research experience traverses multiple network layers, from the software-defined radio (SDR) at the PHY layer to packet permutation at the Transport layer.

I also participate in smartphone-driven interdisciplinary research that aims at exploring network effects from a sociological perspective, e.g., NetSense and NetHealth project.

In addition to wireless networking, I’m also interested in exploring machine learning applications in robotics, e.g., model-based reinforcement learning, data-driven control and so on.