Research

Since June 2017, I've been working in Professor Arbabian's lab.

Ultrasound Phased Array for Wirelessly Powering Implanatable Devices

My first project was building an phased array ultrasound controller. This project involved circuit design, FPGA programming, embedded C (on a Xilinx Zynq SoC), and a python interface for computer control. The system was designed for focusing ultrasonic power on millimeter-sized implantable devices. A system description and measurement results are available in the paper below.

M. L. Wang, T. C. Chang, T. Teisberg, M. J. Weber, J. Charthad and A. Arbabian, "Closed-loop ultrasonic power and communication with multiple miniaturized active implantable medical devices," 2017 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), Washington, DC, 2017, pp. 1-4.

Automotive Radar Signal Processing

My current project is exploring signal processing algorithms for improving the perception systems of self-driving cars and other mobile robotic platforms.

Publication in review. This section will be updated later.