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Sam Emaminejad, PostDoc 2016

Electrical Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Javey

BIOGRAPHY
Professor Sam Emaminejad is an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineering department at UCLA. Sam received his BASc (2009) and MS/PhD (2011/2014) degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo and Stanford University, respectively. He pursued his PhD thesis at Stanford Genome Technology Center where he developed low-cost and portable biosensing and bioelectronics platforms. Furthermore, as a joint-postdoctoral scholar at UC Berkeley and Stanford School of Medicine, Sam exploited flexible electronics technology to create non-invasive wearable sensors and systems for physiological monitoring and diagnostic applications. Sam has previously worked as an ASIC and Analog Designer in semiconductor companies such as Analog Devices.


 

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