Mandresy Ivan Ny Hanitra
Domaines de compétences
- Analog circuits design, Embedded systems design
- Optimization algorithms, Software development
- Semiconductor physics, Microtechnology
Ivan received in 2013 a bachelor degree in Physics and Chemistry from Grenoble Institute of Technology (France), after two years of intensive training at Lycée Pierre de Fermat (France). He currently holds a master degree in Micro and Nanotechnologies for Integrated Systems, a joint degree between Politecnico di Torino (Italy), Grenoble Institute of Technology (France) and EPFL. During this international training, he acquired knowledge in Semiconductor physics and technology, Microtechnology (cleanroom practice), Microelectronics (analog/digital circuit design), Nanoelectronics (state-of-the art of emerging electron devices), Micro-Nano systems modelling, VLSI design and testing, Embedded systems and Optoelectronics. He pursued his master thesis at EPFL, at Electronics Laboratory (EPFL-STI-IEL-GR-KA), developing low-power systems for photoplethysmographic-based heart rate monitoring.
Ivan joined the Integrated Systems Laboratory (EPFL-IC-IINFCOM-LSI), in October 2016, where he designed and realized multi-sensing platforms for electrochemical sensing.
Ivan's research work is centred in the co-design and development of electronic interfaces for electrochemical sensors. A particular emphasis is laid on efficient data processing tools within a multi-sensing paradigm. The research is aiming at wearable and lab-on-a-chip applications, for physical status monitoring and/or advanced healthcare diagnosis.
- EE-320 (Bachelor EL): IC Design I
- EE-517 (Master EL): Bio-Nano-Chip Design
- EE-105 (Undergraduate MX): Sciences et technologies de l'électricité