I received my PhD degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA. My research inte-rests are wireless communications, connected vehicles, distributed adaptation techniques, and cooperative communications.
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|December 2nd, 2018
We have received the Excellence Award at the Ford Vehicle Components and Systems Engineering Innovations Competition as the Customer Connectivity Settings (CCS) team. CCS feature works as a firewall to allow the user to enable/disable the data sharing bet-ween the vehicle and the Backend system.
|July 14th, 2018
I am awarded the Certificate of Appreciation to deliver Ford Focus 2018 with a high quality by achieving the milestones on time. Smart mobility was born with the new Focus and many more connectivity innovations are coming soon.
|December 9th, 2016
I presented our paper entitled “Selective Message Relaying for Multi-Hopping Vehicular Networks” and was the Session Chair of Physical Layer Session in IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference 2016. The interaction between attendees and especially the technical panel was very productive.
|August 22nd, 2016
I was an invited panelist in WPI Fellowship and Proposal Preparation Workshop. It was great to interact with students, other panelists, and the Dean of WPI Graduate Studies Prof. Terri Camesano.
|July 26th, 2016
I have defended my PhD dissertation as the advisee of Prof. Alex Wyglinski to my PhD committee members Dr. Mate Boban, Prof. K.C. Kerby-Patel, and Prof. Lifeng Lai. Thank you very much all who came to listen to my presentation!