Hi, I am Akshay Gadre, Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Washington
The goal of my research is to empower the low-power IoT sensors deployed on earth and space by enabling better connectivity, sensing capability and scalability. My projects develop novel wireless physical layer solutions and phase-synchronization architectures for city-wide low-power wide area network infrastructure to improve the range, battery life and throughput of these power-starved IoT clients, further enabling important applications at scale such as forest fire detection and real-time satellite monitoring.
I joined as Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Washington in Fall 2022!
I am looking for hardworking and persevering Ph.D students to join me in solving real world problems using wireless solutions!
Research | Publications | Experience
- Recent News:
- Paper "MiLTOn: Sensing Product Integrity without Opening the Box using Non-Invasive Acoustic Vibrometry" accepted at IPSN 2022
- Awarded ACM SIGBED-SIGSOFT Frank Anger Memorial Award 2021
- Paper "OwLL: Accurate LoRa Localization using the TV Whitespaces" accepted at IPSN 2021
- Created inter-university O.W.L. Reading Group. DM for Slack link!
- Paper "Full Duplex Radios: Are we there yet?" accepted at HotNets 2020
- Awarded CyLab Presidential Fellowship 2020-21 for work on IoT Security and Privacy.
- Spent Summer 2020 working at Azure Global Research with Deepak Vasisht and Ranveer Chandra
- Paper "Quick (and Dirty) Aggregate Queries for Low-Power WANs" wins Best Paper Award at IPSN 2020