I am an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at George Mason University. Before joining Mason, I was a postdoc at University of California, Davis where I worked with Dr. Prasant Mohapatra. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from North Carolina State University in 2012 where I was supervised by Dr. Rudra Dutta. I received the UC Davis award for excellence in postdoctoral research for 2015.


The focus of my research is to make wireless networks and mobile systems more efficient, accessible, robust and truly pervasive. I am currently interested in the following topics -
  • Next-generation wireless networks, especially 60 GHz millimeter wave networks, visible light communications
  • RF sensing, mobile/wearable sensing for applications like healthcare and mobile interaction, drone sensing and networking
  • Cyber-physical systems, smart indoor spaces, Internet-of-Things and low-power networking

Office: ENGR 5318
Phone: (703) 993-6232

I will be teaching CS 655: Wireless and Mobile Computing in Fall 2023. Please find the updated course structure in the syllabus here.