Alex Omid-Zohoor

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BSEE, Stanford University, 2010
MSEE, Stanford University, 2011 
Admitted to Ph.D. Candidacy: 2011-2012

Always-On Image Sensor for Computer Vision

Low-power image sensor with mixed-signal preprocessing for computer vision applications.

Biosensor Readout Design in Organic Electronics

Organic electronics are an emerging technology which provides mechanical flexibility, chemical specificity, and low-cost large-area coverage. The term organic electronics includes carbon-based molecules, which can be used to make organic conductors, organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs), and organic LEDs (OLEDs). Because OTFTs can be manufactured near room temperature, organic ICs can be made on flexible plastic substrates that could not withstand the high processing temperatures used for silicon ICs. The recent development of low-voltage p-channel and n-channel OTFTs enables novel applications, such as using the chemical specificity of OTFTs for biosensing.

In 2010, Wei Xiong demonstrated the first organic ADC at ISSCC. We are currently working on an IC design that integrates OTFT biosensors and an organic slope ADC on the same substrate.

Email: alexoz AT stanford DOT edu

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