Naveen Verma

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Director of the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Director of the Program in Entrepreneurship

Website: http://ee.princeton.edu/people/faculty/naveen-verma

Office: E-Quad, B226

Phone: 609-258-1424

Research interests: Analog and digital integrated circuits with an emphasis on developing system platforms for emerging applications, especially where considerable computation and instrumentation is required but energy is severely constrained. Important examples include implantable and wearable biomedical systems and remote sensing and processing network nodes.

News

  • Verma posing in his lab with technical equipment.

    The next AI frontier? Expanding hardware by making it more compact.

  • An advanced chip taped out surrounded by a gold square surrounded by a large array of gold pins.

    Built for AI, this chip moves beyond transistors for huge computational gains

  • Inch by inch, this machine is leading soft robotics to a more energy efficient future

  • Researcher wearing goggles operates a laser surrounded by lab equipment

    Turning breakthroughs into lasting solutions

  • event organizers talk in dynamic business conversation with projector screen in background

    Tech leaders convene to discuss the future of wireless communication

  • gold pins on the underside of an advanced chip

    EnCharge AI reimagines computing to meet needs of cutting-edge AI

Affiliations

  • Professor writes on white board while talking with grad student.

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Faculty member, seated at end of row of colleagues, leads panel discussion.

    Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

  • Researchers, dressed in white suits, work in "clean room" lab under yellow light.

    Princeton Materials Institute

  • Experimental technology setup with gold-plated devices, wires and a microscope.

    NextG

  • Map of bay with design flood protection measures.

    Metropolis Initiative

  • A small drone flies down a corridor while avoiding obstacles

    Robotics