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Research Students

 

 

Ming-Yan (Philex) Fan received the M.S degree in the Institute of Electrical Control Engineering from National Chiao Tung University in 2011. Since 2012, he had been with the Biomedical Electronics Translational Research Centre and focused on power management and low-voltage low-power CMOS analogue ICs. Now he is a PhD student in the University of Cambridge doing TFT circuit design under the supervision of Professor Arokia Nathan.

 

 

Chen Jiang received his Bachelor's Degree of Science in Engineering with the award of Excellent Graduate of Shanghai Colleges and Universities from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2014. In his final-year project, he worked on design and fabrication of OTFT-based voltage read-out circuit for pH sensing application. Then, he started his Ph.D. programme in University of Cambridge. His current interests including inkjet printable materials, ink formulation, and printed TFTs.

 

 

Mohamad Hazwan bin Mohd Daut was born and raised in Malaysia. He received his MEng degree (with first class honours) in electrical power from The University of Sheffield in July 2013. His final year project was on the design of bi-directional converter for battery to grid energy storage system. Currently, his research focuses on the modelling and design of small scale low voltage personalised DC microgrid system.

 

 

Yang Su comes from Nanjing, China. He achieved his Bachelor degree in Information Engineering with first class from Southeast University in 2014. He visited Division B, Engineering Department, University of Cambridge from January 2013 to June 2013 as an exchange student. At present, he is a PhD student in Professor Arokia Nathan's Group and his research orientation concerns electrical impedance tomography and biosensors designs.

 

Mojtaba Bagheri  received the B.S. degree from the University of Tehran, Iran and the M.S degree (magna cum laude) in Electronics and Integrated Circuits from the KU Leuven, Belgium. For his Master's thesis he was focusing on designing very-high speed Flash analog-to-digital converters in standard CMOS technology. He worked as an intern at nSilition for one year, where he was involved in designing analog IPs such as bandgap references and high-performance SAR ADCs in advanced CMOS technologies. At present, he is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Professor Arokia Nathan, working on high performance Analog-to-Digital converters for 5G application.

 

 

Guangyu Yao graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University with a bachelor degree in 2014. He is currently an MPhil student and a member of Churchill College, University of Cambridge. His research is focused on all-TFT integrated circuit design, particularly in analog signal conditioning circuits for chemical- and bio-sensors. His research also includes CAD tools for TFT modeling and circuit design.

 

 

 

Chun-Yen Huang received the M.S degree in the Institute of Communication Engineering from National Chiao Tung University with the focus on RFIC design. He is currently pursuing PhD degree at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, under the supervision of Prof. Arokia Nathan. Before arrived Cambridge, he worked as a senior RF engineer in the RF Circuit Design Division, MediaTek Inc. Taiwan. His doctoral research focused on CMOS Biosensor circuit design.

 

Melanie Whitfield graduated with an Electronic and Electrical Engineering bachelors degree from the University of Manchester, and a masters degree in Biomedical Engineering with Medical Physics at Imperial College before joining the UCL-Cambridge Integrated Photonic and Electrical Systems CDT. She joined the Hetero-Genesys Lab in 2017 to follow a PhD degree under the supervision of Prof Arokia Nathan in inductively coupled implantable medical devices. In her spare time, Melanie is president of the Darwin College art society "Drink and Draw".

 

Niels van Fraassen was born and raised in the Netherlands. He was at Peterhouse in Cambridge for his undergraduate degree in Engineering and graduated in 2016 with an MEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Hons Distinction). His fourth year project was on zinc oxynitride thin film transistors. Currently he is part of the Centre of Doctoral Training in Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems between UCL and Cambridge. After having finished the MRes year at UCL, he is now a member of Jesus College and pursuing a PhD within Prof Nathan's group. His current research is focused on all-TFT integrated circuit design and fabrication.

 

Li Ding received his B.S. degree in Electronic Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2014 and dual M.S. degrees in Electronic Engineering from Waseda University (2015) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (2017), respectively. During his M.S. degree, he did his master's project for power device materials and organic TFT device process. Currently, he joined Prof. Arokia Nathan's group as a Ph.D. student in University of Cambridge. His current interests include TFT materials, devices and systems.