Richard Przybyla received his PhD in Electrical Engineering in Prof. Bernhard Boser's research group at UC Berkeley. During his research he demonstrated a low-power, mobile-friendly ultrasonic gesture recognition system which fits on a chip. The technology is being commercialized by Chirp Microsystems in Berkeley, which he co-founded. Richard has held R&D positions at Hewlett-Packard and Oregon State University, where he received his BSEE in 2008. In 2012 he was a finalist for the TSMC Outstanding Student Research Award. Richard is interested in circuits and systems which interface to the physical world.