Publications

Doctoral Dissertation

Secondary Spectrum Markets: from “Naked” Spectrum to Virtualized Commodities

Journal Papers

Analytical Modelling of Localized Spectrum Sharing in Mobile Networks

Under Review for the IEEE Wireless Communications Letters

Ostrom amongst the Machines: Blockchain as a Knowledge Commons

Under Review for Cosmos + Taxis – Studies in Emergent Order and Organization

Market-driven Stochastic Resource AllocationFramework for Wireless Network Virtualization

Forthcoming – Accepted for publication in the IEEE Systems Journal

Co-authored with Martin Weiss from the School of Computing and Information at Pitt; Shubhajeet Chatterjee, Mohammad Abdel-Rahman and Allen MacKenzie from Virginia Tech, and Luiz DaSilva from CONNECT – Trinity College Dublin.

Improving Liquidity in Secondary Spectrum Markets: Virtualizing Spectrum for Fungibility

Published in IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking

Wireless Network Virtualization: Opportunities for Sharing in the 3.5GHz Band – extended version

Published in EAI Endorsed Transactions on Wireless Communications.

Conference Papers

Assessing the Sharing Potential in the 3.5 GHz band: An Analytical Approach

Co-authored with Jacek Kibilda, Martin Weiss and Luiz DaSilva. Jacek and Luiz are with CONNECT, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Future Networks and Communications (Trinity College Dublin). Accepted for presentation at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, September 2019

Technology Adoption in Spectrum Sharing: Estimating the Impact on Incumbents in the 3.5GHz Band

Co-authored with Martin Weiss, Seongmin Kim and Prashant Krishnamurthy. Accepted for presentation at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, September 2019

Is Blockchain the next step in the Evolution Chain of [Market] Intermediaries?

Co-authored with Pedro Bustamante, Martin Weiss, Michael Madison, Prashant Krishnamurthy, Timofiy Mylovanov and Herminio Bodon. Accepted for presentation at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, September 2019

A Collaborative Enforcement Mechanism for Spectrum Sharing Using Blockchain and Smart Contracts: An application for the 1695-1710MHz band

Co-authored with Pedro Bustamante (1st author), Martin Weiss, Taieb Znati, Debarun Das, and Stephanie Rose. Accepted for presentation at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, September 2019

Crowdsourced Misuse Detection in Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Wireless Networks

I was a co-author in this paper with Debarun Das, Dr. Taieb Znati, Dr. Martin Weiss, Pedro Bustamante and Stephanie Rose.

Agent-based Modeling Approach for Developing Enforcement Mechanisms in Spectrum Sharing Scenarios: An Application for the 1695 – 1710 MHz Band

I was a co-author in this paper with Pedro Bustamante, Dr. Martin Weiss, Dr. Taieb Znati, Dr. Jerry Park, Debarun Das and Stephanie Rose.

Spectrum Valuation: Implications for Sharing and Secondary Markets

Co-authored with Dr. Martin Weiss, Dr. Bill Lehr and Dr. Giulia McHenry. It was presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC 46) in September 2017.

Matching Markets for Spectrum Sharing

This work was co-authored with Dr. Martin Weiss, Dr. Giulia McHenry and Dr. Linda Doyle. It was presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC45) in September 2017.

How can Polycentric Governance of Spectrum Work?

An extended and revised version of this paper was presented at the 2017 IEEE Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN 17) in Baltimore, MD in March 2017.

How can Polycentric Governance of Spectrum Work?

I was a co-author of this paper with Dr. Martin Weiss and Dr. Prashant Krishnamurthy. It was presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC 44) in October 2016.

Wireless Network Virtualization: Opportunities for Spectrum Sharing in the 3.5 GHz Band 

Written in collaboration with my advisor, Dr. Martin Weiss. This paper was presented at the CROWNCOM 2016 conference in Grenoble, France.

Wireless Network Virtualization as an enabler of Spectrum Sharing

This paper was presented at the Pacific Telecommunications Council conference in January 2016. I received the O.S. Braunstein Student Prize Award for this publication.

Socio-Technical considerations for Spectrum Access System (SAS) design

I was a co-author in this paper with Dr. Martin Weiss, Dr. William Lehr and Dr. Amelia Acker. It was presented at the 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN).

Dimensions of Cooperative Sharing: Rights and Enforcement

Written with Dr. Lui Cui and Dr. Martin Weiss. Presented at the 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN).

Trading wireless capacity through spectrum virtualization using LTE-A

Written in collaboration with Dr. Liu Cui and Dr. Martin Weiss. This paper was presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC 42) in September 2014

How do limitations in spectrum fungibility impact spectrum trading?

Written in collaboration with my advisor, Dr. Martin Weiss and presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC 41) in September 2013.

Book Chapters

Polycentric Governance for Spectrum Sharing

Co-authored with Martin Weiss. To appear in Frequencies: International Spectrum Policy. Editors: Gregory Taylor and Catherine Middleton.

Posters

Wireless Network Virtualization: Opportunities for Spectrum Sharing in the 3.5 GHz Band

Presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC 43) in September 2015.

Opinion Articles

“Spectrum Sharing a way to keep Philly on cutting edge”, published by The Philadelphia Inquirer on February 10th, 2017.