I am a co-founder at Neuralink.
My interests generally lie in the topics that intersect electrical engineering, applied physics, and neuroscience. Particularly, I enjoy exploring the realms of brain-machine interfaces, low-power integrated circuit design, and next-generation wireless circuits and systems for communication. For my PhD thesis work as an NSFGRFP Fellow in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, I developed a wireless and scalable ultrasonic backscatter system for powering and communicating with implanted bioelectronics called "neural dust." I was co-advised by Prof. Elad Alon and Prof. Michel Maharbiz.