I lead the Princeton Advanced Wireless Systems lab in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University, and I am Associated Faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.


My research interests are in all aspects of wireless networked systems, from the basic architecture of the wireless physical layer to high-level applications. The two main strands of work I have pursued in the past involve bringing phased array signal processing indoors and improving the capacity of wireless networks in a world with many billions of wireless devices, most of which transmit in wireless spectrum that is unplanned by any central authority. Current research efforts include:

Please refer to my bio, headshot, cv, and visit the Princeton Advanced Wireless Systems (PAWS) group website.


I am seeking graduate students and postdoctoral research associates with an interest in working on challenging open problems in wireless networks and systems to join the PAWS team. If you are interested, you must apply and be admitted to the graduate program at Princeton University. Because of the volume of mail I receive I regret that I'm not always able to reply to personal inquiries.