My research interests are in the areas of mobile and wireless networks with a focus on protocol design, performance evaluation, mmWave protocols and applications, Visible Light communications and Cellular Networks. I am currently working on modeling and evaluation of protocols for medium access in Next-Gen WiFi systems.
I graduated from Sharif University of Technology with a B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering in May 2014, where I focused on Mobile Networking and Wireless Communications. At the same year, I joined Rice university to start my graduate studies.
I was born in Kashan, Isfahan, IRAN in 1992. I attended NODET high school which is a national selective school in Iran developed specifically for the development of exceptionally talented students. My father is a mechanical engineer and my mother has a master of public health. I have one younger sister who is currently a medical student in IRAN.
My husband and I got married in 2015. We met each other when we were undergraduate students at Sharif University together. He is a Ph.D. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at UCLA.
In my spare time, I enjoy swimming and playing volleyball. I also like holding parties and dancing with my friends. I am also a big fan of Persian music and want to start learning Piano soon.