My research focuses on designing, implementing, and testing new sensing systems using sensors and devices that are already present in the environment. This approach allows us to add various functionalities to our daily-use devices without making any hardware modifications. I use my expertise in mobile computing, sensing, signal processing, and machine learning to solve problems in various domains, including health sensing, technologies for global development, and novel interactions. Many times solutions in such domains need to be used and evaluated by the end user in their daily lives. Therefore, I collaborate closely with medical professionals, bio-engineers, and designers to develop end-to-end solutions that can be immediately used and evaluated outside the lab environment.