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Principal Investigator

    

  Matthew Johnston

  Assistant Professor
  School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CoRIS) Institute

  Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
  M.S. Electrical Engineering, Columbia University
  B.S. Electrical Engineering, California Institute of Technology

   

Prior to joining Oregon State in 2014, Dr. Johnston was founder of Bialanx, developing a portable platform for label-free sensing applications; this effort was awarded an NSF SBIR grant in 2013 to support biosensor development for radiation biodosimetry. He was previously a graduate student and postdoc with the Bioelectronic Systems Lab at Columbia University, where his research focused on monolithic integration of piezoelectric materials and devices with CMOS integrated circuit substrates. In 2012, Dr. Johnston worked as an associate for a New York City venture capital firm investing in early-stage life sciences companies, with a focus on technology assessment for medical devices.

Dr. Johnston was co-founder and Manager of Research at Helixis, a Caltech-based spinout developing instrumentation for real-time PCR, from 2007 until its acquisition by Illumina in 2010. He is also a co-founder of Chimera Instruments, which designs high-speed electrophysiology amplifiers for biophysics research applicatons. He has previously held positions with with Cavium Networks and the Aerospace Corporation. His current research interests include CMOS-integrated bioelectronic platforms, point-of-care chemical and biological sensors, and low-power distributed sensing applications.



Ph.D. Students

      

Soumya Bose

M.Tech. Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering
   Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India

B.Eng. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
   Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, India

boseso@oregonstate.edu


      

Kyle Clocker

M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering
   Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

B.S. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
   University of North Texas, Denton, TX

clockerk@oregonstate.edu


      

Jinyong Kim

M.S. Electrical Engineering
B.S. Electrical Engineering
   University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea

kimjinyo@oregonstate.edu




      

Hyunkyu Ouh

M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering
   Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

B.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
   Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea

ouhh@oregonstate.edu


      

Azmeen Rahman

M.Sc. Engineering Science
   Jesus College, The University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

B.Eng. (Honours) Electronic and Electrical Engineering
   Brunell University, Uxbridge, UK

rahmans@oregonstate.edu
Co-advised with Patrick Chiang (VLSI Research Group)


      

Shaan Sengupta

M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering
   University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

B.Eng. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
   Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, India

sengupts@oregonstate.edu | Personal Website


      

Boyu Shen

B.S. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
   University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China

shenboy@oregonstate.edu





      

Callen Votzke

B.A. Engineering Sciences
B.E. Engineering Sciences
   Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

votzkec@oregonstate.edu

Co-advised with Yiğit Mengüç (mLab, Robotics)



M.S. Students

      

Jacob Dawes

B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering
   Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

dawesj@oregonstate.edu


      

Jason Matthews

Ph.D. Physics
   University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
B.S. Physics
   Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR

matthjas@oregonstate.edu
Co-advised with Arun Natarjan (HSIC)


Undergraduate Students

Kendrea Beers, Physics & Electrical and Computer Engineering

Brian Cross, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Karen Harper, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Richard Smith, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Chris Snyder, Electrical and Computer Engineering


SIM Lab Graduate Alumni

Kyle Clocker, M.S., June 2018
"CMOS-integrated single-element thermal flow sensors"
Next stop: Ph.D. Student, SIM Lab, Oregon State University

McKay Lindsay, M.S., September 2017
"Co-planar integration of silicon integrated circuits and microfluidic networks for biosensor applications"
Next stop: Design Engineer, Garmin AT, Salem, OR


SIM Lab Undergraduate Alumni

Megan Co, Honors B.S., Mechanical Engineering, June 2018
Next stop: Ph.D. Student, Ohio State University

Kevin Bishop, Honors B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, June 2018
Next stop: Harvard-MIT Summer Institute at MGH

Hayden Bialek, Honors B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, June 2018

Jacob Dawes, B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, December 2017
Next stop: M.S. Student, SIM Lab, Oregon State University

Tanner Fiez, B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, June 2016
Next stop: M.S./Ph.D. Student, University of Washington