Former MIT Microengine Researcher & CoFounder of Edirno
Ravi Khanna is an electrical engineer who has been designing, fabricating and testing semiconductor devices for more than twenty years. He has lead a broad career shepherding nascent technology from research projects into commercially feasible products that have impacted the world. His engineering has touched the development of cell phones, the deployment of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and infrared surveillance for national security.
After graduating from the MassChallege startup accelerator program with an energy harvesting startup, Ravi is now focusing his broad experience to a single point as cofounder of Edirno, a tech-health startup exploring the patient-centric use of the technologies he helped develop.