Research and Teaching Interests
My research interests are primarily in Experimental Systems. I am interested in Computer systems; Systems software; Operating systems; Distributed, cluster and grid computing; High speed network interconnects, Mobile networks, and Pervasive computing. Most recently, I am looking at wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and their applications to real world problems; Indoor localization, monitoring, and tracking; and Internet of Things (IoT). My current projects are:
- Gait monitoring and analysis thru Body Area Networks
- Integrating WSN to Building Information Models
- Object localization, tracking, and monitoring in built environments
Please note that I am unable to provide any financial support at this time to new graduate students. But there are several University and Faculty wide scholarships that you could apply and I will support you. (check here for the details.) However, none are guaranteed when you are admitted to a graduate program (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) in the department.
In addition to students with CS background, I’m also looking for self-motivated, hard-working candidates with relevant backgrounds to work with me towards degrees in the following programs:
If you are self-funded and would like to do research in one of my current areas, email me your resume, transcripts, and a short statement describing what areas or specific research problems interests you for review. Due to high volume of applications, however, I am unable to respond to each of them individually. If I decide to support your application for admission to any program, I will write back.