Jeremy's multidisciplinary research looks at how we can co-design computer hardware and software to enable energy-efficient mobile computing systems that can accurately sense humans and the world that surrounds them. His current research largely focuses on developing novel sensing, communication, and energy management techniques that enable closed-loop sensing systems that optimize our resources, health, and wireless environment. These techniques are broadly applicable but have particular benefit to energy-constrained devices such as wearable health sensors.
Jeremy's current research focuses on energy distribution for battery-less sensors, energy harvesting for self-powered wearable devices, and novel sensor fusion techniques that provide rich data for physiological and behavioral interventions.
- Bachelors - University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Masters - University of Massachusetts Amherst
- PhD - University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Research Appointments
- Disney Research
- HP Labs