I lead the Network Enhanced Technologies Lab (NET Lab) at BYU. I received an NSF CRII award for early career researchers in 2022 for my work on wireless subprotocols. I received the most influential faculty member award in my department in 2021. My main research focuses are mobile networks, Internet of Things, and wireless network management. I am interested in building real systems that enhance and extend wireless networks. I have experience designing, building, and deploying an in-home sensor network architecture for epidemiological studies.
For a complete listing of my research, see my curriculum vitae.