Assistant Professor, Department of Cyber Security Engineering
George Mason University, Fairfax
Building: Research Hall
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Dr. Shah directs NextG Wireless Lab@Mason and focuses on the experimental research of next-generation wireless networks and cybersecurity, particularly, 5G/6G cellular networks, Open radio access network (O-RAN), AI/ML, spectrum sharing, and wireless testbed prototyping.
He has been PI/Co-PI on more than a dozen of federal, state, and industry-sponsored research projects, including, NSF, DoD, ARL, CCI, and AT&T labs. He is a Co-PI on the NSF community research infrastructure project “Open Artificial Intelligence Cellular (OAIC): Prototyping Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Control and Testing Systems for Cellular Communications Research”, which develops an extended O-RAN framework, AI controllers, and AI testing framework for experimental 6G radio access networks (RAN) research. He has served as a co-chair of the ACM workshop on AI, Blockchain for Smart Cities with 6G, co-located with ACM MobiCom 2021, and TPC member of several ACM and IEEE conferences.
- PhD, Computer Science, University of Kentucky, 2019
- BTech, Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, 2013
- 5G/Next-G Cellular Networks
- Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) Architecture
- AI/ML for Wireless
- Wireless Cybersecurity
- Age of Information (AoI) and Low-latency Wireless Communications
- mmWave Communications and Beamforming
- Dynamic Spectrum Sharing
- UAV Communications and Networking