I am a postdoctoral scholar in the Platform Lab at Stanford University, advised by Prof. Sachin Katti. My research focuses on networked systems problems at the intersection of mobile sensing, edge computing, networking, and machine learning.

Previously, I received my Ph.D. from Networked Systems Lab at University of Southern California, advised by Prof. Ramesh Govindan. During my Ph.D., I was also privileged with close collaboration with Prof. Konstantinos Psounis, and Prof. Marco Gruteser. My dissertation, titled “Networked Cooperative Perception: Towards Robust and Efficient Autonomous Driving”, presents systems and algorithms that enable cooperative perception among networked vehicles and infrastructure sensors that can substantially augment perception and driving capabilities.

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Recent News:

  • Sep 2021: Teaching Stanford EE292D: ML on Embedded Systems with Prof. Katti, Prof. Asgar and Pete Warden for Fall 2021
  • Aug 2021: Organizing a tutorial on 3D sensing at IEEE SmartComp'21
  • May 2021: Awarded USC ECE Outstanding Research Assistant Award
  • Mar 2021: "Virtually" moved to Stanford