He began his work with the WNS lab immediately after joining the direct admit Ph.D. program at TTU. His first summer as a graduate student was spent at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Sensors Directorate where he worked for the then Electronic Warfare Branch.
His dissertation work is titled “Sensing Across Large-Scale Cognitive Radio Networks: Data Processing, Algorithm, and Testbed.” Most recently he is working closely with his colleagues in the WNS lab on wireless tomography using software defined radio systems such as the Universal Software Radio Peripheral. He also helps to mentor undergraduate students currently involved in a Research Experience for Undergraduates program sponsored by the lab. His research interests include signal processing, cognitive radar, and device-free localization.