I received M.Sc. degree from UMassD (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth), USA, in 2011, and Ph.D degree from INRS University (National Institute of Scientific Research), Montreal, Canada, in 2016. Since my graduation, I have been working in the Laboratory of Information & Decision Systems (LIDS) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as a postdoctoral fellow. My research focus during my PhD was on modeling, analysis, and design of multi-channel cognitive radio networks. Over the years, I have used queueing theory and probabilistic modeling tools to understand the behavior of wireless networks and applied game theory (from the discipline of microeconomic), in order to design spectrum sensing and spectrum allocation mechanisms. My current research focuses on network localization, navigation, filtering, and estimation techniques for multicarrier communications systems (e.g. OFDM) as well as lower power wide area networks (LPWANs).
To serve my community, I acted as a reviewer for numerous journals and conferences, including IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (TWC), IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC), IEEE Communications Letter, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (TVT), IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), IEEE Transactions on Communication (TCOM), and many more.