Drones I am on the faculty job market this year!
Here you can find my Academic CV, Research Statement and Teaching Statement.

I am a PhD candidate at MIT in LIDS, advised by Prof. Eytan Modiano. My research aims to enable future communication networks to support time-sensitive and safety-critical applications such as Internet-of-Things, Industry 4.0 and Intelligent Transportation Systems. Towards this goal I use rigorous theory to develop network control algorithms, and platforms such as Software Defined Radios (SDRs) and Raspberry Pi's to validate them in the wild. My current research centers on scheduling algorithms for wireless networks and leverages both theory and practice.

Here you can find additional information: Publications, Teaching, and Service.

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Igor Kadota



MIT, office: 32-D671
77 Massachusetts Ave,
Cambridge, MA 02139

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