Cockrell Family Endowed Chair in Engineering, Department of ECE, Wireless Networking and Communications Group
My research is on the theory and development of wireless communication systems. We use mathematical tools and machine learning techniques to model, analyze, optimize and create new wireless communication architectures and techniques.
In addition to doing basic research, we work closely with leading R&D groups in industry to develop these ideas and to transition the results to practice. Our work is currently supported by Samsung, AT&T, Crown Castle, Huawei, and Nokia, as well as the National Science Foundation and WNCG.