I spent two intense preparation years in fundamental chemistry, math and physics after which I was admitted in INP Toulouse, ENSEEIHT where I received a graduate degree and M.S degree in electrical and signal processing engineering, majoring in radio frequency electronics, in 2012 and 2014, respectively. I received the M.Sc. in electrical and computer engineering (E.C.E.) from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, in 2014 where I am now working towards my Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering, in the ATHENA group led by Professor Manos Tentzeris.
My research interest lies at the interface between radio frequency engineering and material science, in the form of flexible electronics fabrication technologies and nanotechnologies. Recently, I have been working towards the use of carbon nanomaterial-based inkjet-printed RF sensing components for low cost ubiquitous gas sensing applications. My work covers the entire development process, from the development of inkjet inks, improvement of fabrication methods on flexible substrates, environmental testing and high frequency material and component characterization and modeling to the design, simulation and fabrication of the RF system embedding the sensor.