Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)
Honors and Awards: TI Analog University Relations Program Scholarship - 2009
Research Expertise: CMOS VLSI | System Optimization | MOOCs
Tania's research interests include optimizing systems and integrating use-models in system design to inform circuit design and improve efficiency, performance, and mobility. Within this broad interest, her interest is focused on medical electronics and long-term biometric monitoring devices to address the need for more accurate and user-friendly devices. Better system and circuit design techniques including compressive sensing (CS) and adiabatic charging has the potential to smartly sample a biometric signal. Tania is also interested in investigating the effect of massive open online courses (MOOCs) can have on engineering education. The potential impact of an online classroom has yet to be fully explored and can redefine education at institutions around the world.
PhD - Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - 2012
S.M. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - 2008
BS - Electrical and Computer Engineering - Cornell University - 2005