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I grew up in Illinois, received my B.A. in Physics from Kalamazoo College, MI, and my M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the MIT/Woods Hole Joint Program in 1992 and 1996. My Ph.D. was done with Prof. Henrik Schmidt and was entitled “An integrated modal approach to surface and volume scattering in ocean waveguides”.

My graduate work is in acoustics and signal processing, and I have additional experience in biomedical signal processing and imaging. From 1996-1999 I was at Cambridge Collaborative, Inc., an acoustics and vibration consultancy, working on projects in high-frequency noise modeling and control. From 1999-2005 I worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory on physics-based methods for adaptive array processing and sonar signal processing. I then moved to the medical device industry and worked at Neurometrix, Inc. from 2005-2011, as a researcher but later also as technical manager.

In February 2011 I joined Tufts University as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

I live in nearby Arlington, MA, with my wife, our two kids, and a cat.