Anosh was born in Mumbai, India in 1988. He completed his B.E degree in Electronics and Telecommunications at Fr.C.R.I.T, Navi Mumbai in 2010 where he took an avid interest in analog design. Being a musician himself, he came to Georgia Tech in 2010 to join the Music Technology program for his M.S. so he could combine his hobby with his academics. During his masters program, he was part of many projects such as "Massmobile" -which is a mobile app used for audience participation in live stage shows, "Dip" - an instrument for novices to play with water and make music through those motions and his M.S project dealt with creating a universal guitar pickup which could simulate any guitar pickup. He joined the IMEMS program in Spring 2013 and primarily works on temperature compensation of silicon bulk acoustic resonators and thermal resonators. His other interests are music, sports, food and more food.
B.S, Electronics and Telecommunications - Fr.C.R.I.T, Navi Mumbai, India, 2010
M.S, Music Technology - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2012
Temperature compensation of silicon resonators High frequency thermal resonators
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