I am the CTO of Jeeva Wireless where we are revolutionizing wireless communication by enabling connectivity at a fraction of the cost, size and power of existing approaches. Jeeva's battery-free wireless technology will unleash the true potential of ubiquitous connectivity embedded in everyday objects and power billions of Internet connected devices in the near future.
I earned my M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington, Seattle where I was a member of the Sensor Systems Lab. I received my B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from IIT Guwahati. I also completed Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate (TEC) program from Foster Business school, UW. From April 2016-17, I was a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Washington, where I worked with Josh Smith and Shyam Gollakota. I was an RFIC intern at Intel Labs, Hillsboro for a period of 6 months.
In my research, I develop system and integrated circuits solutions for power harvesting, low power communication, wireless power transfer and low power sensing and computation. Leveraging these techniques, I have developed battery-free and power efficient implantable, wearable and Internet of Things devices which include the first battery-free cellphone, Wi-Fi powered camera and Wi-Fi connected contact lens among many others.