I'm a Ph.D. student in computer engineering with the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) at Virginia Tech, working with Prof. Luiz DaSilva and Prof. Jacek Kibilda

My research lies in the intersection of wireless communication, network reliability, and network intelligence. During my Ph.D., I've mostly worked on planning and designing mobile networks for ultra-reliable communication to support emerging applications such as ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) services. More recently, I've also worked on the security side of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS)-aided communication and virtualized RAN resiliency. 

My technical expertise includes applied machine learning, data analysis, risk analysis, extreme value theory, and stochastic geometry.