Current Research and Scholarly Interests
My group's research covers circuit and system design for (1) biomedical, (2) sensing, and (3) Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
On the biomedical front we explore the design of emerging and hybrid medical imaging modalities and investigate new technologies for wireless implants, including ultrasonic power and data links.
Our work in sensing includes methods to enable next-generation interfaces (e.g., radar system design for human-computer interfaces), as well as methods of remote detection and imaging.
In the IoT area, we work on architectural solutions that enable radically miniaturized sensors for a trillion-sensor (tera-scale) future, including wireless power and wake-up radios. On the other end of the IoT space, we also work on next-generation extremely-high-throughput wireless and wireline “pipelines” that facilitate information flow on the network.