As a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rowan University, I am passionate about designing domain-specific customized hardware accelerators using Hardware Description Languages. I am currently a Graduate Research and Teaching Fellow, working on projects related to computer hardware architecture, digital design, and VLSI design. I have expertise in VHDL, VERILOG, and Scala, and experience with testing, debugging, simulating, and waveform analysis tools. I also have a strong background in computer architecture, SOC design, and reversible computing, and knowledge of C/C++ programming languages. Additionally, I have secured multiple grants from the National Science Foundation for conducting customer discovery interviews in the domain of scientific computing. I have also published several papers in international journals and received the Young Researcher Award in 2020. I am a team player, a leader, a mentor, and a public speaker, with skills in interviewing, collaborating, and empowering others.