Category Archive: Research

Nov 13

Wireless Wake-up Radio Work in the News

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!

Nov 01

Edwin’s work accepted at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference

Edwin’s work titled “A Current Measurement Front-end with 160dB Dynamic Range and 7 ppm INL” was accepted for presentation at the prestigious IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, California. Congratulations, Edwin!

Oct 30

Professor Hall gives invited talk at IEEE Sensors

Professor Hall gave an invited talk on “A GMR-Based Magnetic Flow Cytometer Using Matched Filtering” in Glasglow, Scotland. Read more about the paper here.

Sep 14

IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference Talks

Alex’s work titled “A 64×64 High-Density Redox Amplified Coulostatic Discharge-Based Biosensor Array in 180nm CMOS” and Haowei’s work on a “A 400 MHz 4.5 nW -63.8 dBm Sensitivity Wake-Up Receiver Employing an Active Pseudo-Balun Envelope Detector” were presented at the IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC) in Leuven, Belgium. Read more about these here and here.

Aug 10

NIH Grant for Opioid Sensor

The BioEE group along with Qualcomm Institute’s CARI Therapeutics were awarded an NIH grant to work on an opioid sensor. Read more about it here.

Aug 01

Qualcomm Fellowship

Xiahan and the BioEE group were awarded a Qualcomm Fellow-Mentor-Advisor (FMA) Fellowship to work on an giant magnetoresistive bionsensor array for high sensitivity, point-of-care detection. Congratulations Xiahan!

Jul 15

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference Paper

Tom and Haowei’s work on the “Development of a Smartphone-Based Pulse Oximeter with Adaptive SNR/Power Balancing” was presented at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC) in Jeju Island, South Korea. Read more about it here.

May 26

Smartphone-based pH sensor for at-home monitoring of cystic fibrosis

Alex’s work on a “Smartphone-based pH Sensor for at Home Monitoring of Pulmonary Exacerbations in Cystic Fibrosis” was published in Sensors. Watch a video of the device in action here or read more about the work here.

Apr 05

Research Presented at UCSD Institute of Public Health Conference

Alex and Venky’s research on smartphone-based HCV diagnostics was presented at the Institute of Public Health (IPH) conference. Read more about this work here.

Feb 24

Somok wins best paper award!

Somok’s work was presented and won Best Poster Award at the Technology Showcase during the 2017 UCSD graduate recruitment event. Congratulations, Somok!

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