I model and design communication systems. I have mostly studied molecular communication, and I am generally interested in the modeling and control of biological communication systems. The Research pages include summaries of my contributions and current research topics. The Publications page has my updated list of papers (with links), and the Software page has an overview of the simulator that I have been developing.
For something completely different, I have a blog at ramblingacademic.com for discussing some practical aspects of day-to-day research.
- Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, Canada (2015)
- M.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from UBC (2011)
- B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering from Memorial University (MUN) in St. John’s, Canada (2009)
Recent Related Work Experience
- 2016–2018 – Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada
- Supported by a Postdoctoral Fellowship (2016-2018) from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
- 2009–2015 – Research Assistant in Electrical and Computer Engineering at UBC
- Researched Molecular Communication and Cooperative Spectrum Sensing
- Finalist in UBC 2014 3-Minute-Thesis Competition (see Youtube video)
- 2010–2015 Teaching in Electrical and Computer Engineering at UBC
- Co-instructor for 3rd year Electrical Engineering design course (2015)
- Teaching Assistant for courses in design, circuits, and programming
- 2013 – Visiting Scientist at the Institute for Digital Communication at Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen, Germany.
- Supervised a Masters thesis and a Bachelor thesis
Current Professional Memberships
- Member of the IEEE