My team's current research on wireless and sensor technologies focuses on four main areas:
My past research includes:
Research Staff:Ahmed Allam (Postdoc)
Administrative: Aimee Schroeder (Senior Administrative Assistant)
Alumni (PhDs and postdocs): Mohamed Radwan Abdelhamid (PhD → Apple, co-advised w/ Anantha Chandrakasan), Reza Ghaffarivardavagh (Postdoc → Apple), Yunfei Ma (Postdoc → Alibaba), Aline Eid (Postdoc → Assistant Professor at University of Michigan, Ann-Arbor), Unsoo Ha (Postdoc → Apple)
I believe in open and accessible education, and make my teaching material available to the public.
Subsea Backscatter (PAB, U2B, UBL, VAB) was covered by: The Economist, IEEE Spectrum TechCrunch, World Economic Forum, BBC, National Geographic, dezeen, EE Times, PCMag, ExtremeTech, All About Circuits, MIT News [Front Page], and others.
Robotic RF-Visual Perception & Manipulation (RF-Grasp, RFusion) was covered by: The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Mashable, Engadget, MIT News [Front Page], RFID Journal, CACM, World Economic Forum, BBC, Daily Mail, Interesting Engineering, and others.
RFID Micro-sensing (RFind, RFly, TurboTrack, RFIQ) was covered by: MIT News [Front Page], RFID Journal, BBC, IEEE Spectrum, Engadget, CBS This Morning, The Engineer, The Verge, Inverse, Geek, Digital Trends, TechCrunch, New Atlas, MIT News, ZDNet, Tech Xplore, Assembly Magazine, and others.
Wireless Sensing of Vitals & Emotions (Vital-Radio, EQ-Radio) was covered by: New Scientist, CBS, Scientific American, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Business Insider, Fast Company, Engadget, NOVA|PBS, Le Figaro, Discovery News, Wired, Daily Mail, Engadget, Medgadget, Gizmodo, and others.
Seeing Through Walls (Wi-Vi, WiTrack, RF-Capture) was covered by: The Washington Post, BBC, NBC News, FOX News, The Guardian, Boston Globe, Popular Science, Discovery News, Slashdot, Slate, Technology Review, Fast Company, Wired, Engadget, Bloomberg TV, Daily Mail, Hacker News , Business Insider, Huffington Post, Popular Mechanics, and others.
Finally, one of the cool highlights of my research is an entire episode in The Big Bang Theory about our emotion detection device.