Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering
The overarching objective of my group is to utilize our expertise at the intersection of nanostructured materials development, microfluidics, and device engineering to overcome challenges in the evolution of miniaturized devices relevant to microelectronics and life sciences.
Grad Group Affiliations
- Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Group
- Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
- Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Graduate Group
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Group
- Biophysics Graduate Group
- Designated Emphasis in Biotechnology Program
- Designated Emphasis in Biophotonics Program
Specialties / Focus
Research details can be accessed here.
- EEC 245 Micro- and Nano-technology in Life Sciences, Spring
- EEC 249 Nanofabrication, Winter
- EEC 146 Integrated Circuits Fabrication, Fall
Course details can be accessed here.
Honors and Awards
- BMES Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Young Innovator Award
- National Science Foundation CAREER Award
- National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium Attendee
- Fund for Medical Discovery Fellowship Award, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Biomedical Engineering Society
- Material Science Society
- American Chemical Society
- 2007 PhD Electrical Engineering University of Virginia
- 2004 MS Electrical Engineering University of Virginia
- 2002 BS Electrical Engineering Virginia Tech
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