|I am currently a PhD candidate in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at Northwestern University. I am a member of the Commuincation and Networking Lab under the supervision of Professor Dongning Guo.
Before attending Northwestern University I recevied my B.S. in EE at the Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2013. My research interests include applied probability, future generation cellular networks, localization, and wireless full duplex communications. Outside of academia I am a proud Chicagoan, avid sports fan, enjoy running and golfing, and appreciate many types of music.
- "Performance Analysis of Full Duplex in Cellular Systems," R. Keating, R. Ratasuk, and A. Ghosh,
Submitted to VTC Spring 2016. Nanjing, China.
- "Feasibility of Full Duplex Communications for LEO Satellite
," E. Grayver, R. Keating, A. Parower,
In Proceedings of the IEEE Aerospace Conference 2015, March 2015, Big Sky, Montana.
| In the summer of 2013 I worked for the RF group at Nokia Networks (formerly Nokia Siemens Networks) in Arlington Heights, IL doing testing of power amplifiers for what would
become the FlexiZone Micro project. During the summer of 2014 I worked for the Digital Communications group at The Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, CA on an internal research project studying the feasability of full duplex communications
for LEO satellites. In the summer of 2015 I worked for the Radio Systems Research group at Nokia Networks again in Arlington Heights, this time working on a
cellular system analysis of full duplex communications.