About Me


  • I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of New Mexico, USA, a student member of IEEE, the Chair of IEEE Albuquerque Women in Engineering Affinity group, and a member of the PROTON lab, with Prof. E.E.Tsiropoulou as an advisor.
  • My major research field of interest is, and not limited to wireless communication networks, with interests in resource allocation and optimization in heterogeneous wireless networks using game theory, cognitive radio networks, network economics, Internet of Things (IoT), Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transmission (SWIPT). Currently, my focus is on Game theory and Advanced Learning techniques, which can be very powerful tools to understand the user needs to be coupled with their requirements of Quality of Service. My focus has been on applying the developed theoretical models in applications, such as Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT), wireless communications protocols for heliostats fields, and secure communications in smart grid systems.
  • Before joining UNM, I received my Master’s Degree from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh, in July 2021. While obtaining my degree, I worked as a research assistant in Wireless Emerging Technology Lab at the University of Chittagong.
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