Yasaman Ghasempour

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Website: https://ee.princeton.edu/people/yasaman-ghasempour

Phone: 609-258-4682

Research interests: Design and experimental analysis of architectures, protocols, and applications for next-generation wireless communication; and sensing systems with a focus on millimeter-wave and terahertz networks, Internet of Things, robotic wireless networks, and wireless security.

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Research

  • Computing and Network Systems

  • Robotics

  • Security and Privacy

Affiliations

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    Electrical and Computer Engineering

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