Aono's past fellowship (2012-2013) was through the Michigan Space Grant Consortium.
Kenji's current research interests are in low-power CMOS, analog computing, and biologically inspired circuity. He was a Technical Aide and Research Assistant at the Adaptive Integrated Microsystems Laboratory (AIMLAB). He is currently conducting research at AIMLAB as a Graduate Fellow for NSF.
Kenji Aono graduated with a B.S. in computer engineering and electrical engineering from Michigan State University (MSU) in 2011. He completed work on a M.S. in electrical engineering from MSU in 2013, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at said institution. More details on the electrical and computer engineering program at MSU are available here.