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
|Craighead, Harold G.
Charles W. Lake, Jr., Professor of Engineering
|Applied and Engineering Physics||205 Clark Hall
|Erickson, David Carl
Sibley College Professor of Mechanical Engineering
|Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering||369 Upson Hall
|Kan, Edwin Chihchuan
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Room 325 Phillips Hall
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||314 Bloomberg Building, Cornell Tech
Robert M. Scharf 1977 Professor of Engineering
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Room 120 Phillips Hall
|Molnar, Alyosha Christopher
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Room 423 Phillips Hall
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Room 428D Phillips Hall
|Spencer, Michael G.
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Room 418 Phillips Hall
Charles N. Mellowes Professor of Engineering
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Room 410 Phillips Hall