I am a Research Engineer at the Center for Multimedia Communication (CMC) in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at Rice University. I lead hardware and software development on several projects under the CMC umbrella.
My recent focus has been the Scalable Health Initiative. The project's overarching goal is to combine innovation in mobile technology and sensory devices to expand the reach of basic healthcare. I co-lead the technical side of this project, determining which mobile-integrated devices to build, how, and their deployment strategies.
In the past, my primary experience at the CMC has been in hardware development for the commercially available Wireless Open-Access Research Platform (WARP), and its associated software projects. WARP is a platform for researchers to test wireless algorithms, and has been adopted by over 100 universities and companies around the world.
More information on my hardware designs for both these initiatives is available here.