Latest News & Updates:
Yuyi Wei successfully had his PhD defense on August 3, 2020 as the 19th PhD graduate from our lab. Congratulations!
We are in the news: THESE NEW SENSORS CAN DETECT CORONAVIRUS PARTICLES ON YOUR BREATH, INSTANTLY. https://news.northeastern.edu/2020/07/17/could-this-new-gas-sensor-help-researchers-test-regularly-for-the-coronavirus-in-the-air/
Novel magnetostrictive materials and radically new RF nanoelectromechanical system (NEMS) magnetoelectric sensors and antennas
Integrated nanoscale magnetic and magnetoelectric sensors with picoTesla sensitivity at DC and low frequencies
Novel ultra-sensitive highly specific gas sensors for biomarker volatile organic compounds for early screening of different diseases
Integrated RF and microwave magnetic and magnetoelectric microdevices
Multifunctional materials based miniaturized antennas, filters, magnetic field sensors, inductors, etc.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Here is the list of openings in our group:
- Graduate research assistants with background on solid state physics, RF/microwave engineering, RF materials and devices, etc.
- Undergraduate research assistants.
- Position for visiting professors, faculty on sabbatical leave, etc.
- Post doctoral scientists with background on RF/microwave materials and device design, RFIC and MMIC design, etc.
Please send your resume (and transcripts, if convenient) if you have the interest, also feel free to drop by to my office at Dana 417 for a chat.