I am a professor of Computer Engineering at the Dept. of ECE and the Dept. of CSE (by courtesy) at Texas A&M University. I received my PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2007), was a postdoctoral associate at Stanford University, and was then an assistant and associate professor at Texas A&M University, where I have been since 2008.
Broadly speaking, my research interests center around networks of different kinds – communication, energy and transportation to name a few. Over the past few years, I have had the good fortune to collaborate with several different research centers specializing in both analytical and empirical approaches.
My focus areas include caching and content distribution, networked markets, multi-agent learning and game theory, wireless networks, reinforcement learning, as well as data collection and analytics. I am also interested in systems design and application development, particularly on the wireless side. I co-direct the LENS Laboratory.
You can find an overview of my recent research here.