Mar 06

Professor Hall elevated IEEE Senior Member

Professor Hall’s IEEE membership was elevated to IEEE Senior Member!

Dec 17

Congratulations, Haowei!

Haowei was awarded an IEEE SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Award. Congratulations, Haowei! Check out some of Haowei’s IC work: SSCL’18, JSSC’18, JSSC’18, CICC’18, ESSCIRC’17, ISSCC’17.

Oct 18

IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Paper

Xiahan’s paper on a magnetoresistive biosensor front-end achieving sub-ppm resolution was accepted to the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC). Congratulations Xiahan!

Jul 23

Professor Hall Promoted!

Professor Hall was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure effective July 1. Congratulations!

Jul 23

Professor Hall Presenting at DARPA ERI

Professor Hall is presenting on our ultralow-power wake-up radio work as part of the N-ZERO program at the DARPA Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI) Summit in San Francisco. Read more about the summit here and the specific program objectives here.

Jun 15

Congratulations, Sandeep!

Sandeep successfully defended his MS thesis on “Magnetic Biosensors for the Detection of Proteases.”

May 17

Congratulations, Dr. Sun!

Alex successfully defended his thesis titled, “Point-of-Care and High-Density Array Electrochemical Biosensors” this afternoon. We celebrated his achievements with a “chip cake”! (If you are unfamiliar with this tradition, check out this video.)

Apr 11

Injectable alcohol biosensor in the news

Our work on an ultralow power injectable alcohol biosensor has been featured in the news. Read more about it at [UCSD, Forbes, Chicago TribuneMSN, 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 TimesFuturism, Independent, UCSD Guardian, Healthcare Analytics News, San Diego Union TribuneGE – 5 Coolest things on Earth this week, MIT Review]. Images taken by David Baillot.

Apr 11

Haowei and Alex present at CICC

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.

Apr 08

Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) Funded

Our proposal with Professors Mercier and Rebeiz to setup a “Near-Zero Power Wireless Internet-of-Things Testing” facility at UCSD was funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR)! Read more about it here, here, and here.

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