Wei-Tung Chen

Research Assistant
  • Signal Kinetics

I am an EECS PhD student at the Signal Kinetics Group, working on battery-free localization research, e.g. RFID localization and underwater localization. I received my bachelor’s and Master's degree at MIT, and my research interests focus on IOT, AI, and robotics. During my undergrad years, I worked on research about autonomous excavators at MIT d'Arbeloff Lab.

I loves doing hands-on work that can bring my ideas to solve real-world challenges. I spent most of my extracurricular time engaging in various projects, developing novel solutions, and deploying them to the field. This led me to found Nexuni, Co., a startup dedicated to developing automation solutions for F&B and facilities management.

Research Interests

Localization, IOT, Robotics, Machine Learning

B.S. 2021  MIT
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

M.Eng. 2023  MIT
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science