Assistant Professor, MIT
Signal Kinetics Research Group
Pincipal Investigator, MIT Media
My research group explores and develops new technologies and
algorithms for wireless sensing and communication, with a focus on autonomous
systems and digital health.
Our research draws on tools from computer networks, signal
processing, machine learning, and hardware design.
Before joining MIT as an Assistant Professor, I received my Masters (2013) and PhD
(2016) in Computer Science from MIT and my Bachelors (2011) from AUB.
My research was named as one of the 50 ways MIT has transformed
computer science over the past 50 years. I am also honored with the TR35
under 35 award and Forbes
30 under 30.
Internship Openings: We have few openings for summer research interns. You can find more information
on how to apply