Gaurav Gupta is the Director of Electrical Engineering at Simplexity. He is passionate about developing technology and innovative products to improve people’s lives. He has successfully led all phases of product development including market needs assessment, technical feasibility, product design, verification, manufacturing and sustaining. He leads engineering teams to transform ideas into tangible solutions that address real-world challenges.
- Cross Functional Team Leadership – Led product development teams to deliver innovative industry leading products.
- Innovation – Invented new technology and methods to create superior products.
- Product Strategy – Developed Technology Roadmap to create better customer experience yet reduced development costs by conducting research, industry partnerships and consolidating across product platforms.
- 15 years of Product Development Excellence – Led development of industry-leading Class II and III devices in regulated environment.
- Surgical Navigation Systems, Active Implantable, Wearable and Handheld Devices
- Product compliance for Safety and EMC/EMI (60601-1, 60601-1-2, 60601-1-11)
- MBA, Wharton School
- Ph D in Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University
- Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communications Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
- “External charger for an implantable medical device for adjusting charging power based on determined position using at least one sense coil”, US-11471692
- “Systems and methods for charging a medical device implanted into a patient”, US-10967192
- “External charger for an implantable medical device for determining position using phase angle or a plurality of parameters as determined from at least one sense coil”, US-10632319
- “Use of a dedicated remote control as an intermediary device to communicate with an implantable medical device”, US-10413738
- “Implantable medical device having electromagnetic interference filter device to reduce pocket tissue heating”, US-9433782
- “Systems and methods for reducing electromagnetic field-induced heating from an implantable pulse generator”, US-9119967
- “Systems and methods for obtaining and using incident field transfer functions of electrical stimulation systems”, US-9052346
- “Implantable electrical stimulation systems with shielded control module and methods for making and using”, US-9008778
- “RF resistant feedthrough assembly and electrical stimulation systems containing the assembly”, US-8954151
- “Neurostimulation lead design with varying RF impedance filars”, US-8880187
Interests / Obsessions
- Mentoring students
- Clean technologies
“If you cling to a certain thought with dynamic will power, it finally assumes a tangible outward form.“
~ Paramahansa Yogananda