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!
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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.
Congratulations to Sonal for defending her MS Thesis titled “Protease-Based Magnetic Sensor for Rapid Detection of Candidemia” and starting her new job at Roswell Biotechnologies!
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!
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.
Somok’s work was presented and won Best Poster Award at the Technology Showcase during the 2017 UCSD graduate recruitment event. Congratulations, Somok!
Haowei’s work “A 4.5nW Wake-Up Radio with -69dBm Sensitivity” was accepted for presentation and a demo at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, California.
Congratulations to Somok for winning 2nd place in the poster competition at the Center for Wearable Sensor Summit for his work on “A Digitally Assisted Dynamically Reconfigurable Analog Front-End with Data-Dependent Power Reduction for Physiological Sensing Applications!”