Andrew’s research concerns molecular and nanoscale communication, computational biology, and information theory.
Ebrahim’s research concerns understanding biological sensing/actuating mechanisms and engineering novel micro- and nano-sensors/actuators for various life science applications.
Gerd’s research explores novel ways of fabricating microelectronics such as transistors using additive manufacturing techniques including 3D printing and printed electronics.
Hossein’s research interests lie primarily in the field of design and development of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits that interact with physiological systems.
Sebastian’s research concerns development of mixed-signal microelectronics for computation on signals in communications and biological systems.
Simone’s research spans electron and heat transport in electronic devices, magnetization dynamics and magnetic recording.