Adarsh Ravi received the B.E. degree in electronics and communication engineering from PES Institute of Technology, India (now, PES University), M.S.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University, USA, and M.S. degree in electrical and computer engineering from Cornell University, USA. He is currently a PhD candidate in the school of electrical and computer engineering at Cornell University working in the SonicMEMS laboratory. His areas of research include MEMS, ultrasonic transducers, acousto-optics and acousto-fluidics. Prior to joining the MS/PhD degree at Cornell, he was a Product Development Engineer in the RF acoustic wave filters group at Qorvo Inc., USA. He has completed research-based internships at Apple Inc., Invensense Inc. (now, TDK-Invensense), and GE Global Research Center. He was a recipient of the “Prathiba Puraskar” award from the Karnataka State Secondary School Teacher’s Association in 2006, and the Cornell ECE H. Christen Fellowship in 2016. He was also a finalist for the Best Student Paper award at the IEEE International Ultrasonic Symposium in 2019.