I am an assistant professor in communication systems department at Eurecom since 2009, where I am exploring ideas stem from both fundemental and experimental system research related to radio access network (RAN) (L1.5/L2/L3) in cellular, adhoc/mesh, and cloud settings with realistic use-cases.
I am also leading the development of the 4G->5G radio access networks of OpenAirInterface wireless technology platform. Current focus is on software defined 5G networks to realize the concept of network slicing. Checkout the code at gitlab.eurecom.fr/oai.Past Experiences
I received my HDR degree (Habilitation) from University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis UNICE in 2015, and the Ph.D. degree in communication systems from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology EPFL in 2003.In terms of professional expereince, I was a research engineer/postdoc at Eurecom from 2003-2005, and a founding member of 3ROAM from 2005-2009, which is a startup company in Sophia-Antipolis, France, pioneering a range of intelligent wireless backhaul routing products for private and public networks.