In my research I am investigating how machine learning and big data analytics can drive the development of intelligent communication networks. I believe the advent of high throughput, ultra-low latency applications such as autonomous vehicle communications and virtual reality will make autonomous, self-adaptive networks paramount to enabling any scalable deployments of 5G services at sustainable costs. The upcoming era of 5G networks is therefore an exciting opportunity to conduct research that lies at the intersection of ubiquitous connectivity, intelligence, and distributed systems.

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My current research focus is on:

5G/6G Communications and Networking

  • Radio Resource Management (RRM) for Low Latency Communications

  • AI-Driven Wireless Networks

  • UAV, Non-Terrestrial Communications

  • Disruptive 6G Architectures & Protocols

 

Immersive & Multi-Sensory Communications

  • Traffic Modeling and Characterization of 6G Applications

  • Predictive RRM & Cross-Layer Designs

  • Communication-Compute-Control Co-Design

  • Testbed Prototyping & Development of Multi-Sensory Communications

 

Robust Intelligence for Future Networks

  • Interpretable, Scalable AI for Networks

  • Robust Reinforcement Learning Algorithms

  • Multi-Agent and Federated Learning

  • Low-Overhead Online Learning

I am looking for talented and motivated students to join my research group. My research spans both theoretical and applied fronts of communication networks and is driven (in part) from the current challenges of commercial wireless networks. If you are interested in joining my group, contact me via email after ensuring that you meet the UCalgary admission requirements for local and international students.