I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the Climate & Ecosystem Sciences Division (CESD), working with Baptiste Dafflon. As an electrical engineer I am developing environmental sensor systems.
I hold a B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree in Engineering Technology, Electronics from KU Leuven (Belgium). In 2017 I received a Ph.D. degree in Engineering Technology at the same university. From 2011 till 2019 I worked at the Dramco (ESAT) research group of KU Leuven. For my research I spent several months at h_da in Darmstadt (Germany) and I also worked as a postdoc at the UC Berkeley Wireless Research Center (California).
My research focuses on the development of sensor systems for monitoring above-ground and subsurface hydrogeophysical properties. I work on low power wireless sensor networks, next generation communication systems, embedded systems, and remote electromagnetic sensing.