Ph.D. Candidate and Research Assistant
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
I'm currently working on a US Air Force-funded project, called University at Buffalo's Airborne Networking and Communications (UB-ANC), which is a series of open source projects for Multi-Agent Airborne Network applications.
- - ARM Assembly; C; C++; Java; Python; Matlab
- - STL; Qt; CPLEX; ITK; CGAL; GNU Radio; NS-3
- - GNU Toolchain; Git; Eclipse; Xcode; Visual Studio
- - Yocto Linux; FreeRTOS; ARM RTX; TI-RTOS
- - Data Structures; Algorithms; Integer Programming
- UB-ANC Planner: An Energy-Efficient Multi-Agent Coverage Path Planner for Drones
It is an energy-efficient path planner for networks of drones. It models the problem as a variant of multi-Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP), and uses Lin–Kernighan Heuristic (LKH) to solve the problem.
- UB-ANC Emulator: An Emulation Framework for Multi-Agent Drone Networks
It provides an emulation environment to design, implement, and test various applications (missions) involving one or more drones in software, and seamless transition to experimentation.
- UB-ANC: A Flexible Airborne Networking and Communications Testbed
It is an open drone platform which combines quadcopters capable of autonomous flight with sophisticated command and control capabilities and embedded software-defined radios (SDRs), which enable flexible deployment of novel communications and networking protocols.
- CrossFlow: A Cross-layer Architecture for SDR Using SDN Principles
It provides a flexible and modular cross-layer architecture using the principles of SDR and a mechanism for centralized control using the principles of SDN. Through the convergence of SDN and SDR, CrossFlow works towards providing a target independent framework for application development in wireless radio networks.
It is a network monitoring and tracking software to monitor different BTS station (Node B) parameters such as temperature, traffic, and bandwidth usage.
It models and calculates different reflection and transmission coefficients of electromagnetic (EM) waves for different materials.