Ajay Singhvi

EE PhD Student at Stanford University
Member of the Arbabian Lab

I’m a PhD student in the Electrical Engineering Department at Stanford University, where I am advised by Professor Amin Arbabian.

My research interests broadly lie in the design of integrated circuit systems and algorithms for intelligent sensing and communication applications. Currently, my research is geared towards the development of multi-modal imaging systems for high-throughput airborne sensing of underground and underwater environments by leveraging the unique advantages of both acoustics and electromagnetics.

Previously, I worked with Professor Peter Beerel at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, building low power asynchronous circuits and systems. Before that, I received a BE degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from BITS Pilani, India.

I was a recipient of the L. K. Maheshwari Best Graduating Student Award from BITS Pilani in 2014, the Analog Devices Outstanding Student Designer Award in 2020 and the 2022 James F. Gibbons Outstanding Student Teaching Award while at Stanford.

My twin brother, Arjun, also graduated with a PhD in Computer Science in 2021 - check out his website here!