I am an experimental computer scientist and I build systems as a way to validate research hypotheses. I care about how computing and information technologies can serve people untethered, or Mobile Computing. My research is concerned with both mobile network infrastructures and devices. Lately I am interested in pushing the limits of software systems by embracing analog hardware, formal methods, and new systems programming languages. I have also developed an interest in the control system of quantum computers, which is surprisingly similar to the massive MIMO systems we have worked on.
☆Postdoc, graduate and undergraduate research opportunities available in a broad range of experimental topics. Many of the opportunities are collaborative with colleagues from the NSF AI Institute and Yale Quantum Institute.
Theseus, an operating system written in Rust to explore OS structure and state management, is open-source here.
If you are interested in using our Argos massive MIMO systems, they are commericially available from Skylark Wireless, a starup co-founded by my former Ph.D. student Clay Shepard. They will also be available soon as part of the NSF-funded Platform for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program.
We have recently released a complete software realization of massive MIMO baseband here.
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