I have worked actively in wireless communications for well over a decade, with research involving building models to designing algorithms to system solutions to entrepreneurial and industrial implementations. I am partial to the theoretical and conceptual aspects of the problems I work on.
With wireless technology fairly mature, I am also exploring other research directions. A significant focus since 2013 has been on privacy/anonymity preserving technologies -- from databases to BitCoin networking stack to making location-anonymous LTE phone calls. Since 2016, my research focus has focused on natural language processing. A sampling of my current research projects:
Anonymity Preserving Technologies
Machine Learning and NLP
Past: Wireless Communication
I have worked on algorithms for scheduling users in cellular networks, MIMO algorithms, interference management solutions and a variety of topics in wireless communication over a decade and a half of research. I was one of the early designers of Flash-OFDM, the first OFDM based cellular system (at Flarion Technologies) and coauthored a popular book on wireless communication.