and welcome to my personal website! I am a Ph.D. candidate broadly interested in systems, computer networks, and on-device machine learning. In my Ph.D. thesis, I design AI-driven networking communication protocols (with the emphasis on Wi-Fi protocols) that are faster, more robust to network conditions, and can intelligently converge fast to unseen network conditions and environments. My research focuses on a) Designing AI-driven MAC protocols in Wi-Fi networks, b) Building resource-constrained edge-based sensing systems that enable efficient execution on the edge-device to save network bandwidth, support real-time tasks while preserving users' data privacy in the context of video analytics, and c) Designing cross-layer protocols in the MAC layer while taking into account the Application layer requirements (e.g., VR-Aware MU-MIMO optimization). To do so, I bring interdisciplinary approaches such as Super-Resolution (SR) and transcoding to improve the Quality of Experience (QoE) of the end-users over enterprise Wi-Fi. For more information on my previous please visit Projects
page. Ongoing projects are temporarily removed due to anonymity requirements.
Currently, I'm working with Dr.
Tamer Nadeem at Mobile
Systems & Intelligent Communication (MuSIC) Lab. Prior to my PhD program, I worked as research assistant in
LIG lab under the supervision of Prof.
Franck Rousseau and Columbia University under the supervision of Prof. Gil Zussman.
Fun facts: I have an identical twin! Her name is Haniyeh and she does research in (human) languages. We are polyglots, and we communicate together using 6 languages depending on the mood!