Date registered: January 15, 2013
Our work on an ultralow power injectable alcohol biosensor has been featured in the news. Read more about it at [UCSD, Forbes, Chicago Tribune, MSN, Xinhua, New Atlas, ZD Net, Asharq al-Awsat, MedIndia CNBC News, ee News, WebMD, Digital Trends, Smithsonian Magazine, Yahoo Finance, True Theory, Sovereign Health, The Times, Futurism, Independent, UCSD Guardian, Healthcare Analytics News, San Diego Union Tribune, GE – 5 Coolest things on Earth this week, MIT Review]. Images taken by David Baillot.
Alex presented his work at the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC) on “A 16×20 Electrochemical CMOS Biosensor Array with In-Pixel Averaging Using Polar Modulation.” Read more about it here.
Haowei also presented his work on a “A Sub-1 µW Multiparameter Injectable BioMote for Continuous Alcohol Monitoring.” Read more about it here.
Edwin successfully defended his thesis titled, “Ultra-Low Noise Current Measurement Front-Ends for Biological Applications” this afternoon. We celebrated his achievements with a “chip cake”! (If you are unfamiliar with this tradition, check out this video.) Edwin will join Apple starting next month.
Congratulations to Edwin for receiving the Analog Devices outstanding student designer award! This award is presented by Analog Devices annually for excellence in analog, mixed-signal, or digital IC design, or system-level IC architectures, as well as excellence in class work, project, or thesis work and the potential for outstanding industrial contribution. The award will be presented at the 2018 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC).
Edwin and Alex’s work titled “A 16×20 Electrochemical CMOS Biosensor Array with In-Pixel Averaging Using Polar Modulation” and Haowei, Xiahan, and Rajesh’s work on a “A Sub-1 µW Multiparameter Injectable BioMote for Continuous Alcohol Monitoring” were both accepted for oral presentation at the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC)! Congratulations!
Haowei and Somok presented their work at the Western Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association (WECEDHA) hosted at UCSD.
Our DARPA funded work on an ultra-low power wireless wake-up radio was featured on C4ISRNET (a publication covering emerging issues and trends in global military transformation and network centric warfare technologies). Read more about it here. Congratulations, Haowei!