I obtained my PhD in May 2022 from the University of Arizona in Electrical and Computer Engineering. My research is in urban computing to solve societal scale problems such as mobility & urban transportation and microgrid through model-based design, and simulation that can be seamlessly deployed in the real-world. I have also worked on problems in quantum information theory to optimize receiver design for improving channel capacity and bit-error rate.

Previously, I have taught Software Engineering (Spring 2021), and have mentored and co-taught Programming-II C++, ROS, and CAT Vehicle Research Experience for Undergraduates (CAT Vehicle REU, Summer 2016 - Summer 2020).