I am a graduate student at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). I am currently in my second year of working towards the Ph.D. degree in EECS. I received the Master of Science (S.M.) degree in EECS from MIT in 2012 and the Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree with honors in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur in the year 2010.

My advisor at MIT is Prof. Anantha Chandrakasan. Our research group is part of the Microsystems Technology Labrotaories (MTL) at MIT, and works on a whole range of circuits-related topics, ranging from complex digital systems fully implemented on hardware to low-power sensors and radios for wireless sensor nodes and energy harvesting circuits. My research interests are in the field of wireless power delivery to electronic devices and sensors across multiple power levels.

I interned at Texas Instruments' (TI) Kilby Labs in Santa Clara, CA during the summer of 2014 and at Dallas, TX during the summer of 2012. I was also an intern at the Corporate R&D Division of Qualcomm in San Diego, CA during the summer of 2009. I worked at the Advanced VLSI Design Lab at IIT Kharagpur for my undergraduate thesis under the guidance of Prof. Pradip Mandal.