Wireless Networks and Embedded Systems Laboratory
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
140 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115.
Neil Dave is a Masters student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northeastern University. He is currently responsible for the system level design of devices in each of his respective research interests to facilitate the rapid development of energy-constrained embedded systems for the Wireless Networks and Embedded Systems Laboratory under the guidance of Professor Tommaso Melodia. His primary research interests are in ultrasonic intra-body sensor networks, biomedical devices and underwater communications. He received a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern in 2016 and has worked as a contractor and hardware consultant for multiple start-ups in the Boston area prior to beginning his graduate studies.
Ultrasonic Intra-body Sensor Networks
Ultrasonic Power Transmission & Energy Harvesting
Visible Light Networking
R. Guida, E. Demirors, N. Dave, J. Rodowicz and T. Melodia, "Acoustically Powered Battery-less Internet of Underwater Things Platform," in Proc. of. IEEE Underwater Communications Conf. and Workshop (UComms), Lerici, Italy, August 2018. [pdf] [bibtex]
E. Demirors, J. Shi, A. Duong, N. Dave, R. Guida, B. Herrera, F. Pop, G. Chen, C. Casella, S. Tadayon, M. Rinaldi, S. Basagni, M. Stojanovic and T. Melodia, "Project SEANet: Toward a Programmable Internet of Underwater Things," in Proc. of. IEEE Underwater Communications Conf. and Workshop (UComms), Lerici, Italy, August 2018. [pdf] [bibtex]