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Biosensors and Biomedical Devices

Broad interdisciplinary research efforts on biosensors and biomedical devices are conducted under the Graduate Field of Electrical Engineering, especially for the electronic interface to the biological world and the living system.  Technical approaches include nanobio interface, microfluidics, electro-optofludics, electrochemistry and bio-MEMS.  The National Center of Cornell Nanofabrication Facilities (CNF), Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR) and Nanobiotechnology Center (NBTC) provide top-of-the-line research facilities in addition to many individual faculty labs.

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
hgc1.jpg Craighead, Harold G.
Charles W. Lake, Jr., Professor of Engineering
Applied and Engineering Physics 205 Clark Hall
607 255-8707
eck5.jpg Kan, Edwin Chihchuan
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 227 Phillips Hall
607 255-3998
al274.jpg Lal, Amit
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 118 Phillips Hall
607 255-9374
ml292.jpg Lipson, Michal
Given Foundation Professor of Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 428 Phillips Hall
607 255-7877
am699.jpg Molnar, Alyosha Christopher
Associate Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 402 Phillips Hall
xs66.jpg Shen, Xiling
Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
mgs22.jpg Spencer, Michael G.
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 418 Phillips Hall
607 257-1721
st222.jpg Tiwari, Sandip
Charles N. Mellowes Professor of Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 410 Phillips Hall
607 254-6254