While receiving her PhD in Electrical Engineering, Avish co-founded SkyGig to meet the rising demand of data-intensive wireless applications.
These women have helped instill an entrepreneurial mindset here at the University of Michigan, from students to faculty to speakers and mentors, the CFE is proud to have such a strong female representation in the entrepreneurial landscape.
SkyGig, an innovative startup company focused on improving wireless communication in the world of 5G and beyond, is the inaugural winner of the ECE Innovator Program, launched in 2018. SkyGig is co-founded by ECE alumni Avish Kosari and Armin Jam.
Avish Kosari is a co-founder of SkyGig, a startup company focused on improving wireless communication in the world of 5G and beyond, which won the inaugural ECE Innovator Program that was launched in 2018.
Energy-Efficient Integrated Circuits and Systems to Bridge the Gap between Power and Performance in Wireless Sensor Networks
Eight new graduate students joined the ranks of women celebrated as Barbour Scholars at the University of Michigan over the last century.
Avish Kosari selected as Barbour Scholar for Research in low-power devices for the Internet of Things
Avish Kosari, a graduate student in the Electrical Engineering program, received a Rackham International Student Fellowship to continue her studies as a doctoral student in Prof. David Wentzloff‘s research group.