I am an Electrical Engineer and Computer Scientist with a background in Embedded Systems and Wireless Communications. Currently I work as Director of Engineering at Jeeva Wireless where we architect and develop state of the art ultra-low power communications protocols and platforms.
I have a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington, as well as a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelors in Computer Engineering also from the UW. My research interests revolve around ultra-low-power embedded systems and the devices and techniques required to expand their role in the computing world. This includes topics such as low-power sensing, RF power harvesting, battery-free platforms, and ultra-low-power wireless communication.
In my free time, I practice Judo (holding the rank of ikkyū), enthusiastically hike the many beautiful trails of the Pacific Northwest, and voraciously consume Sci-Fi novels. I am an Eagle Scout and Ham Radio operator (KG7NVS).