Invited Talks and Conferences


Wireless Networks for Future Applications: from Networks of Drones to Adaptive Control of Integrated Circuits
  • Northwestern University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2023
  • New York University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2023
  • Virginia Tech, Department of Computer Science, 2023
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering, 2023
Spectrum Sharing via Consumption Models
Rutgers University, WINLAB Research Review, hosted by Prof. Dipankar Raychaudhuri, 2022.

Wireless Networks for Emerging Time-Sensitive Applications: Theory and Systems
  • University of Washington, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2022.
  • Cornell Tech + Cornell University, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2022
  • Columbia University, CS Systems Seminar, 2022
  • Yale University, Department of Electrical Engineering Seminar, 2021
WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation
IEEE ICCCN, 2021.   [Video below]

IEEE ICCCN 2021

Aging Wireless Bandits: Regret Analysis and Order-Optimal Learning Algorithm
WiOpt, 2021.   [Video below]

IEEE WiOpt 2021

Age of Information in Random Access Networks with Stochastic Arrivals
IEEE INFOCOM, 2021.   [Video below]

IEEE INFOCOM 2021

Index Policies: Gittins and Whittle Indices
Carnegie Mellon University, SQUALL Seminar, hosted by Prof. Mor Harchol-Balter, 2020. (Slides)

WiFresh: Age-of-Information from Theory to Implementation

LIDS Student Conference 2020

Age-of-Information in Wireless Networks: Theory and Implementation
MIT, PhD doctoral thesis defense, 2020. (Video and Slides will be posted soon)

Minimizing the Age of Information in Wireless Networks with Stochastic Arrivals
ACM MobiHoc, 2019. (Slides)

Optimizing Age of Information in Wireless Networks with Throughput Constraints
IEEE INFOCOM, 2018. (Slides)

Wireless Communication Networks and Real-time traffic [in Portuguese]
Pesquisadores Universitários Brasileiros em Boston, Special event STEAM, 2018.

Optimizing Age of Information in Wireless Networks with Throughput Constraints
Carnegie Mellon University, SQUALL Seminar, hosted by Prof. Mor Harchol-Balter, 2017. (Slides)

Minimizing Age of Information in Broadcast Wireless Networks
Best Presentation Award at LIDS Student Conference, 2017. (Slides)

Lyapunov Optimization applied to the Age of Information minimization problem
LIDS Tea Talk, 2017. (Chalk Talk)

Index Policies: Gittins and Whittle Indices
Communications and Networking Research Group meeting, 2016. (Slides)

Optimal Scheduling of Real-Time Traffic in Wireless Networks with Delayed Feedback
IEEE Allerton, 2015. (Slides)

Lectures at MIT and Columbia


Full-Duplex Communication: System Design and Implementation
Lecture in the Columbia University course: Seminar in Information and Communication Theories, 2022.

Age of Information: Definition, Analysis, and Applications
Lecture in the Columbia University course: Queueing Networks, 2020. (Slides)

Stochastic Network Utility Maximization
Lecture in the MIT course: Data Communication Networks, 2018. (Slides)

Quantization: Theory and Implementation
Lecture in the MIT course: Communication Systems and Networks, 2017, 2018 and 2019. (Slides)

The Data Link Layer: Automatic Repeat Request Protocols
Lecture in the MIT course: Communication Systems and Networks, 2016, 2017 and 2019. (Slides)


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