Researcher named to Tech Review’s 2016 “Under 35” list

Dinesh Bharadia honored for telecommunications spin-off. 





Photo: Varun Nagaraja
Dinesh Bharadia honored for telecommunications spin-off. Photo: Varun Nagaraja

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CSAIL researcher Dinesh Bharadia was just named by MIT Technology Review to their annual list of the top innovators under the age of 35, joining the likes of Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, and major leaders from Apple, PayPal and other tech companies.

Dinesh, a principal scientist in professor Dina Katabi’s lab, studies networks and wireless communication. As a PhD at Stanford he commercialized his research at Kumu Networks, which allows radios to simultaneously transmit and receive signals at the same frequency channel. An analogy to this would be, allowing humans to shout at the top of their lungs while simultaneously listening to weak whispers. This technology makes it possible to double the efficiency of the current spectrum.

This year’s honorees will be featured online at www.technologyreview.com starting today, and in the September/October print magazine, which hits newsstands worldwide on August 29. They will appear in person at the upcoming EmTech MIT conference October 18–20 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.