I am currently a fourth-year Ph.D. Electrical Engineering graduate student at Princeton University, having completed my undergraduate studies in Electrical and Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge, UK. My research involves an interdisciplinary collaboration, designing and analyzing hybrid systems that leverage the strengths of conventional, high-performance integrated CMOS circuits with large-area thin-film electronics on flexible substrates based on amorphous silicon. I work on various systems for diverse applications ranging from energy harvesting to power-efficient, scalable sensor networks. Thanks to an IBM PhD Fellowship in 2012-2013, I was fortunate to spend a semester at IBM TJ Watson Research centre where I worked on heterojunction solar cells. Currently I am the Andlinger Center Maeder Fellow in Energy and the Environment, and a Graduate Teaching Fellow in the Princeton McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. Beyond the lab, I love music and am actively involved in the campus music performance and musical theatre community!