Research Areas

Our research interests are primarily focused on bringing novel electronic platforms to applications in chemistry, biology, and medicine. This work has spanned a variety of interdisciplinary fields, including CMOS integrated circuits, embedded systems, microfabrication, immunochemistry, and chemical sensing. Previous and ongoing research interests include:

Light and Dark - HDR Optical Sensors and CMOS-Integrated SPADs

Electronics without Batteries - Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting

Stretchable Electronics - 3D-Printed Wires for Deformable Circuits

Lab-on-CMOS - Microfluidics over IC Sensors

Accessible Bio-instrumentation

Label-free Sensing - Monolithic FBAR-CMOS Resonators

Radiation Detection and Dosimetry

Novel Structures and Thermal Control in Microfluidics