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Research Staff

 

Dr. Hyung Woo Choi is a Research Associate of Electrical Engineering division, University of Cambridge. He completed his Ph.D. degree in the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering at Arizona State University. This was followed by postdoctoral fellowship at the Renewable Energy Center and the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Nevada. His current research interests include (i) Fiber-based wearable devices, (ii) 3D printing of functional nanomaterials, and (iii) energy conversion and storage devices.

 

Dr. Hanbin Ma graduated from Jilin University 2008, Bachelor of Electronic Information Science and Technology, then joined Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bio, Chinese Academy of Science as a research assistant from 2008 to 2009. He obtained MSc of Nanotechnology in University College London. In 2014, he received his Ph.D degree from the Cambridge University and won a postdoctoral fellowship from the Isaac Newton Trust. His research interests are in electronic based biosensor design, circuits simulation and design, and device fabrications.

Xiang Cheng received his bachelor degree in electronic engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2013. During the degree, he did his final year project for AMOLED pixel circuit design and simulation under supervision of Prof. Xiaojun Guo. He then joined Prof Arokia Nathan's group working towards a Ph.D degree at the University of Cambridge. He is currently a research assistant/associate at Department of Engineering, Univeristy of Cambridge. His research focuses on TFT device modelling and TFT based circuit & system designs.

Dr. Constantinos Tsangarides holds a BSc(Hons-2012) degree in Physics from the University of Leeds. Then, he followed further studies in the University of Cambridge where he obtained an MRes(2013) degree in Photonics System Development while being a member of the CDT-IPES (Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems). Continuing his studies in Cambridge by being granted the EPSRC research scholarship, he recently received his Ph.D degree under the supervision of Prof. Arokia Nathan. Currently, he is a research associate in the HGL group working on flexible/stretchable electronics as well as energy harvesting for hand-held applications.