Sahil Shah is currently a postdoctoral associate in MICS lab at Caltech. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta in 2018. He completed his MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe in 2014. Sahil’s research interests involve designing low-power mixed-signal systems for classification and signal-processing of data generated by sensors and system architecture for embedded classifiers. He is also interested in the applications of mixed-signal circuits to different domains, such as neuromorphic computing, IoT, and wearable computing. Sahil’s publication record includes several high-quality papers in top IEEE journals, and patents. He is a recipient of the prestigious Best Design Award by Analog Devices Inc. and the Marion A. and Henry C. Bourne fellowship from Georgia Institute of Technology.
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