Aditya is an undergraduate student at Caltech majoring in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science interested in low-power, small-scale integrated circuits, and biomedical systems. As a freshman, I started working with Caltech’s racing team as the I/O board lead to construct a fully electric racecar from scratch for the annual Formula SAE racing competition in Lincoln, Nebraska. Later, when I joined the MICS lab, I decided to take part in the ATOMS smart pill project. I have since been involved with designing and powering the external coils that generate large magnetic field gradients and in turn localize an ingestible microchip. In the summer of 2018, I interned at Iris Technology, optimizing a cryocooler controller that enhances image quality for the Europa mission. This summer, I interned at Intuitive Surgical in new product development, designing the hardware for the next-generation DaVinci surgical robotic systems. After Caltech, I plan to pursue a graduate degree in electrical engineering with a specialization in biomedical technologies.