I am an assistant professor in the department of computing science. My research focuses on the design and implementation of intelligent networked systems using network theory, control theory, optimization, and machine learning. I address systems challenges in different domains, from sensor networks and IoT to smart buildings and energy systems.
Prospective students: I am looking for motivated students with a strong quantitative background to work with me on various research projects in the areas of IoT, Cyber-Physical Systems, and Energy Informatics. If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies at UofA, check out this page before you submit an application. You must have a degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering (if you took core CS courses). Additionally, PhD applicants are expected to have at least one paper in top workshops, conferences, or journals. If you decide to send me an email, please attach your CV, and state why you would like to work with me and what projects you might be interested in. Include the word "serious" in the subject line to indicate that you have read this note.