Hello visitor. Thank you for visiting my webpage. A little bit about me -

I currently work at Qualcomm as a Staff Embedded Software Engineer and am responsible for driving the development and commercialization effort towards cutting edge 5G technology solutions. Prior to this role, I worked on developing embedded 4G solutions.

I am an alumnus of Boston University in my capacity as a doctoral student from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering under the advisorship of Prof. Thomas Little. I worked as a research assistant in the Multimedia Communication Lab, specifically the Smart Lighting Engineering Research Center which is currently known as LESA. I have an MS in biomedical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.

I was awarded the prestigious Dean’s fellowship for two semesters at BU.

My doctoral research interests lie in the field of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) wireless communications and networking. My thesis work is focused on design and optimization of indoor diffuse optical wireless communication systems. The framework generated by this work will enable the design of optimal dual-purpose communication and lighting systems. My other interests lie in engineering devices, applications and tools for ‘smart spaces’ to monitor and improve health and productivity.

Prior to my doctoral pursuit, I worked in the industry for about three years from year 2007 to 2010. I developed embedded software for electric motor drive units at Enova Systems in Torrance, CA. I also developed user interface software and implemented analytical algorithms for DNA profiling machines at Advanced Analytical Technologies in Ames, IA.

I am married to the brilliant and beautiful Anuja Mehta who has achieved her doctorate in molecular biology from Brandeis University.

We are blessed with the ever energetic baby boy - Reyansh.

I am a Manchester United fan.