Rahman Doost-Mohammady

2049 Duncan Hall · Rice University, Houston TX ·

I am a research engineer in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Rice University. I am the lead engineer on the RENEW project, a NSF-funded platform for advanced wireless research (PAWR). I work with Ashutosh Sabhrawal and Lin Zhong who lead the project. Prior to that, I worked on ArgosNet, an NSF CRI-funded project for building a multi-cell massive MIMO network across Rice Campus.

Previously, I completed my PhD in Computer Engineering from Northeastern University. My advisor was Kaushik Chowdhury. During my PhD, I did summer internships at Microsoft Research Cambridge and Qualcomm New England. I received my M.Sc. in Embedded Systems from Delft University of Technology and B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from Sharif University of Technology.

Recent Publications

  • C. Shepard, R. Doost-Mohammady, R.E. Guerra, and L. Zhong. "ArgosNet: A Multi-Cell Many-Antenna MU-MIMO Platform," in Proc. IEEE Asilomar Conf. on Signals, Systems, and Computers, November 2017.

  • C. Shepard, R. Doost-Mohammady, R. E. Guerra, and L. Zhong. "ArgosV3: An Efficient Many-Antenna Platform," Extended Abstract for demonstration in Proc. ACM Int. Conf. Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom), October 2017.

  • To see the full list of my publications, see my Google Scholar page.

    Teaching

  • Digital Communication Design, ELEC433, Rice University, Co-instructed with Clay Shepard.
  • Wireless Networking: Design and Simulation, EECE4638, Northeastern University.
  • Interests

    My research interest spans areas of wireless communications and software-defined radio systems. I am particularly interested in system building and proof-of-concept development for next-generation broadband wireless networks. I contribute to multiple open-source projects, including OpenAirInterface and Ziria.

    Outside the domain of work, I take interest in a variety of subjects and activities including, but not limited to, classical music and photography.