I am an Acting Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and a Postdoctoral Researcher at Microsoft Research. I received my PhD at the University of Washington in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in 2022. I was advised by Professor Joshua Smith and a member of the Sensor Systems Lab. My research is focused around wireless technology such as battery-free sensing, low-cost low-power communication and IoT systems. I am very passionate about using technology to help solve the many environmental issues we face as a world today. My first step towards this was in 2015 when I joined Microsoft’s FarmBeats team to work on developing an end-to-end IoT system to enable data-driven agriculture solutions, which is used by farmers worldwide and an ongoing effort.