Mandresy Ivan Ny Hanitra
Ivan received in 2013 a bachelor degree in Physics and Chemistry from Grenoble Institute of Technology. He currently holds a master degree in Micro and Nanotechnologies for Integrated Systems, a joint degree between Politecnico di Torino, Grenoble Institute of Technology 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
Fields of expertise
Electrochemical sensors, Analog circuit design, Embedded systems, System modelling, Data mining algorithms, Semiconductor physics, Microtechnology
M. I. Ny Hanitra; L. Lobello; F. Stradolini; A. Tuoheti; F. Criscuolo et al. : A Flexible Front-End for Wearable Electrochemical Sensing. 2018-08-20. 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA), Rome, Italy, June 11-13, 2018. DOI : 10.1109/MeMeA.2018.8438787.