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Alyssa Zhou, Ph.D. 2019

Electrical Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Maharbiz/Pister
Research Interests: My research involves engineering devices that work at the interface between cells and electronics. Bacteria cells have natural sensing and motor capabilities which we are integrating with CMOS to create millimeter-scale, programmable cellular-synthetic hybrid robots capable of autonomous motility, sensing, and response in aqueous environments. This project involves enabling two-way electron transfer between an electrode and a cell, and wrapping that technology in a chip.

BIOGRAPHY
Alyssa is a first year graduate student in the MS/PhD program in Electrical Engineering at UC Berkeley. She completed her BS in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California in May, 2014. She is currently studying MEMS and working with Michel Maharbiz and Kris Pister.


Current Active Projects:
BPN718
BPN874
 

     Last Updated: Fri 2016-Dec-02 14:38:21

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