Fields of expertise
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Microsystems and Microelectronics program of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, and working there as a researcher in Integrated Circuits Laboratory (IClab), in its Bio/CMOS Interfaces division, as well as an R&D engineer at Senbiosys focused more on analog IC design and investigation of a miniaturized, non-invasive, point-of-care device to in vivo monitor of transcutaneous glucose concentration.
Previously, during my master's studies at Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey between 2017 and 2019, where I was a teaching and research assistant, I turned more toward device level by joining Micro/Nano Devices and Systems lab (SU-MEMS) and specialized in wearable/flexible electronics and their applications in point-of-care devices as well as semiconductor device fabrication. Prior to grad school, I spent almost two years working as an embedded system developer in Nanopardaz, a company dedicated to designing electronic control boards for household appliances, where my responsibly mainly included software development for various embedded systems and design of electronic circuits and multilayer PCBs.
I obtained my bachelor's in electronics at Azad University of Tabriz, Iran between 2012 and 2016 with specializing mostly in embedded systems and system-level circuit design.
M.Sc. in Electronics
Wearable/flexible Electronics SU-MEMS
Sabanci University (Istanbul, Turkey)
Class of 2019
B.Sc. in Electronics
Specialized in Embedded Systems
Azad University of Tabriz (Iran)
Class of 2016
Analysis of Pitot tube Airflow Velocity Sensor Behavior in Blockage Situations
(MS thesis) Graphene textiles towards soft wearable interfaces for electroocular remote control of objects
Graphene Smart Textile-Based Wearable Eye Movement Sensor for Electro-Ocular Control and Interaction with Objects
Wearable and Flexible Textile Electrodes for Biopotential Signal Monitoring: A review
Electrooculography by Wearable Graphene Textiles
Graphene-coated Wearable Textiles for EOG-based Human-Computer Interaction
Wearable Graphene Textile-Enabled EOG Sensing