I design and develop wireless systems and technologies that can see through walls, track human motion, and monitor human vital signs by relying purely on wireless signal reflections. I am currently a PhD student in Prof. Dina Katabi's Lab at CSAIL. I received my Bachelors from AUB in 2011 and my Masters from MIT in 2013.
In Fall 2016, I am starting as an Assistant Professor at the MIT Media Lab. I am looking for postdocs and graduate students to join my research group. Graduate students are encouraged to apply through the Media Lab admissions website. Postdocs can email me directly.
Entrepreneurial: Invited to The First-Ever White House Demo Day (2015), MIT 100K Business Plan Competition: Finalist, Audience Choice Award, and AARP Prize (2015).
Fellowships: Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship (2014-2016), MIT Irwin and Joan Jacobs Presidential Fellowship (2011-2012), AUB Merit Scholarship (2007-2011).
Institutional (MIT): CSAIL Amazing Research Highlights Competition: First Place (2015), MIT ASO SciTech Graduate Student Award (2015), 50 Ways that MIT has transformed Computer Science (X-ray Vision), William A. Martin Award for Best Master's Thesis in Computer Science at MIT (2013).
Institutional (AUB): Highest cumulative GPA in the digitally-recorded history of AUB (2011), AUB Distinguished Graduate Award (2011), Rank 1 every semester at AUB (2007-2011), AUB Dean’s Honor List and High Distinction (2007-2011).