I joined the Electrical Engineering Department in The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in Princeton University as an Assistant Professor in February 2013. I received my PhD degree from Caltech in June 2012 under Prof. Ali Hajimiri . I received graduated an Integrated B.Tech and M.Tech in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering in 2007 from Indian Instirtute of Techonology, Kharagpur.
Research Directions: My research interests are broadly on next-generation integrated circuits and system to address various emerging and high-impact applications, including high-frequency and high-speed communications, sensing, imaging, and bio-sensing. I believe, in the next few years a wide range of allied fields such as electrical engineering, applied physics and mathematics, material science, chemistry and biology will grow organically, in a mutually synergetic environment, to transform the landscape for the next-generation cutting-edge technology. Such research topics, which potentially have high positive impact on society and stretch the boundaries between electrical engineering and applied sciences, motivate me. I find such spaces much less explored, and equipped with tools from core disciplines, and with understanding of underlying mathematics and physics, the solutions and methods are often only limited by imagination and creativity. My research approach is to leverage the strengths of concepts and techniques across disciplines and blend them to create novel and high-performance systems with a diverse set of applications from wireless communications to biomedical sensing, imaging, sensing and radar.
Xue Wu received his BS degree in Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University in 2012. During his undergraduate studies, he received the National Scholarship of China in 2009, “Friend of Tsinghua” Scholarship in 2010 and Academic Scholarship of Tsinghua University in 2011. He is a graduate student at Princeton University and joined Prof. Sengupta’s Lab in February 2013. His research interests lie in exploring techniques for realizing innovative silicon-based integrated systems in the mmWave and THz frequency range.
Lingyu Hong received his BS degree in Physics from Peking University in 2012, during which he researched in Nanophotonics and Plamsonics and received Peking University Academic Excellence Reward and various scholarships. He joined Prof. Sengupta’s Lab in May 2013. He is interested in the study, research, and implementation of interdisciplinary knowledge in Photonics, Electronics and others for lab-on-chip systems, specifically for biomedical applications.