Teaching

Fall 2020: EE597 (special topic): Electronic and Electrochemical Biosensors: From Fundamentals to Applications
Department of Electrical Engineering
This is a new graduate course in the EE department. The course offers a multifaceted discussion on electrochemical biosensors and covers fundamental concepts in electrochemistry, charge transfer kinetics, and mass transport to practical aspects in electrochemical biosensing technologies from material engineering and surface chemistry to device/electrode engineering and system integration. Emerging technologies and trends in the biosensor community based on electrochemical transduction for application in in vitro point-of-care diagnostics, continuous health monitoring, implantable devices, and detection/analysis of infectious pathogens will be discussed. 

Spring 2019 & Spring 2020: EE441: Semiconductor Integrated Circuit Technology
Department of Electrical Engineering

An overview of fundamentals of fabrication processes involved in IC technology is provided through class lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions performed at Nanofabrication Lab. at Materials Research Institute (MRI) with the direct supervision of MRI staff. EE 441 is an elective electrical engineering course typically taken by seniors and graduate students from various majors including electrical engineering, materials engineering, engineering science, physics, and chemistry. 

Fall 2017& Fall 2018 & Fall 2019: EE310: Electronic Circuit Design I
Department of Electrical Engineering

In this core undergraduate course (capacity of 250 students), students learn about Properties of fundamental electronic devices (including p-n junction diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistors), analysis of DC, AC small-signal and nonlinear behavior, analog and digital circuit design applications.
PrerequisitesEE 210 or EE 315.

Since Fall 2018: EE 600: Thesis Research
Department of Electrical Engineering

Since Fall 2018: MatSe 600: Thesis Research
Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Since Fall 2018: EE 596: Individual Study
Department of Electrical Engineering

Since Fall 2017: EE 496 and EE494-H: Undergraduate Research Projects
Department of Electrical Engineering

Since Spring 2018: EE 403 (Capstone project)
Department of Electrical Engineering