Our Current Research Focuses on Three Areas

Ocean IoT

Including batteryless subsea IoT, underwater-to-air communications, and localization/robotic navigation, our technologies enable new applications in climate and ecological monitoring, aquaculture, energy, and robotic navigation.

Wireless Health

Including wireless micro-implants and wireless/contactless physiological sensing, our innovations pave the way for long-term monitoring cardiovascular and gastrointestinal monitoring, as well as novel drug delivery.

Robotics & RFID

Including micro-location for robotics and supply chain applications, our research focuses on enabling robotics to perform novel tasks that have not been feasible before and optimize supply chain micro-logistics.

Student Spotlight

Osvy Rodriguez, a UROP in the Signal Kinetics group, recounts his journey to MIT and how he began working with Signal Kinetics group head Fadel Adib on underwater-to-air communication technology that paves the way for wireless IoT sensors. Osvy recently won the 2021 Outstanding UROP Award.

@MIT_SK_Lab

We're looking to hire a research scientist/engineer/postdoc focused on designing & building underwater acoustic transducers/sonars

Joint project with @WHOI to scale underwater backscatter to real-world deployments

Help us spread the word!

https://www.media.mit.edu/posts/postdoc-underwater-acoustic-systems/

“Right now, you can think of this as a Roomba on steroids, but in the near term, this could have a lot of applications.”

@fadeladib, Jameel Clinic PI and @MITEECS Professor is using machine learning to build the robots of the future. https://bit.ly/3zPjpdx

2021 in review in MIT Signal Kinetics Lab! Can you tell the difference between research and fun? 🙂

Clip made by @Tara_Boroushaki

Contact Us

75 Amherst St, E14-474
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
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