I am a fourth year graduate student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
at Rice University. My advisor is Dr. Behnaam Aazhang. My research falls within the intersection
of cooperative wireless communications and information theory.
Interested parties are invited to download my CV.
My research background has spanned education, image processing, and wireless communications.
Research assistant in the Center for Multimedia Communications at Rice, from Fall 2007.
Visiting research scholar at the Center for Wireless Communications, University of Oulu, Finland, during the Summer 2008. I performed research on the impact of utilizing network state information in making routing decisions.
Student researcher in Summer 2006 for the U.S.-H.K. NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing through the Colorado School of Mines and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Our group focused on high-resolution and super-resolution image reconstruction using wavelet algorithms with Dr. Raymond Chan.
Undergraduate research assistant assisting Rozy Brar, graduate student in Science and Mathematics Education at UC Berkeley, in her research on middle school students' understanding of rational numbers using physical or pictorial representations.
Course & Teaching Assistantships
ELEC 533: Random Processes and Applications - Spring 2009, Fall 2010 - Course Assistant
ELEC 430: Digital Communications - Spring 2010, Spring 2011 - Teaching Assistant
ELEC 241: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering - Fall 2009 - Head Teaching Assistant
ELEC 241: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering - Fall 2008 - Course Assistant