My research interests are in networked, wireless, and computer systems with a recent focus on optical wireless, spectrum sharing, device-to-device systems, network architectures and economics, and network management. My older work, with occasional current activity, has included wireless routing, multicast, peer-to-peer and overlays, and network science. I direct Networking and Wireless Systems Lab (NWSL) at UCF. Our work spans both theoretical and experimental aspects of computer and networked systems research. I am a strong believer in inter-disciplinary research and much of my projects have been collaborative with experts from fields other than networking like economics, math, management/policy sciences, and physics. Here is a list of some of our recent projects:

Some of the earlier projects include the followings: