Dr. Anqi Zhang

Year entered group: 2020


Ph.D institution and Major: Harvard University, MA; Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Ph.D. Adviser: Prof. Charles M. Lieber
Research Interests: Flexible and stretchable electronics, Bioelectronics, Brain-machine interfaces
Hobbies: Reading, Science blogging

E-mail: aqzhang at stanford.edu

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Dr. Nathaniel J. Schuster

Year entered group: 2020


Ph.D. Institution and Major: Columbia University, NY; Chemistry
PhD. Advisor: Prof. Colin Nuckolls
Research Interests: New molecular architectures for imparting deformability to semiconductors
Hobbies: History, art, music, video games

Email: njschu at stanford.edu


 

Dr. Aristide Gumyusenge

Year entered group: 2020


Co-Advisor: Prof. Alberto Salleo (MSE)

Ph.D Institution: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Ph.D Advisor: Prof. Jianguo Mei
Research interests: organic-based artificial synapses for neuromorphic computing
Hobbies: Basketball, soccer, beach volleyball

Email: ag47 at stanford.edu

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Dr. Alex Abramson

Year entered group: 2019


Ph.D. Institution and Major: MIT, Cambridge, MA; Chemical Engineering
Advisors: Prof. Robert Langer and Prof. Giovanni Traverso
Research Interests: Ingestible and implantable biomedical devices
Hobbies: Biking, Baking, Playing Foosball

Email: agabram at stanford.edu

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Dr. Min-gu Kim

Year entered group: 2019


Ph.D. institution and Major: Georgia Institute of Technology, GA; Electrical and Computer Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Oliver Brand
Research Interests: Soft electronic materials, device fabrication and characterization, and integrated system for physical, chemical, and biological applications
Hobbies: Travelling, Gardening

E-mail: mingukim at stanford.edu

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Dr. Donglai Zhong

Year entered group: 2019


Ph.D institution: School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, Peking University, China. Advisors: Prof. Lian-Mao Peng and Prof. Zhiyong Zhang
Research Interests: Nano electronics, Flexible and stretchable electronics, medical devices.
Hobbies: Photography, Travelling, Sports

E-mail: dlzhong at stanford.edu

 

Dr. Joanna Nassar

Year entered group: 2019


Advisor: Prof. Barbara Block (Hopkins Marine Station) ;Co-advisor: Prof. Zhenan Bao
Previous Postdoc (2018-2019): California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA. Medical Engineering, Wei Gao Lab.
Ph.D. institution and Major: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Electrical Engineering, Integrated Nanotechnology Laboratory (mmh labs)
Advisor: Prof. Muhammad Mustafa Hussain
Research Interests: Developing flexible and stretchable Internet of Things (IoT) wearables using a CMOS compatible, affordable and scalable manufacturing approach.
Currently working on “Skin-like wearable tags for harsh environment marine applications”.
Hobbies: Drawing, painting, music

E-mail: joannamn at stanford.edu

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Dr. Razieh Khalifehzadeh

Year entered group: 2019

Ph.D. institution and Major: University of Washington, Seattle; Chemical Engineering, Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Buddy Ratner
Research Interests: Wearable and implantable sensors for biomedical applications.
Hobbies: Hiking, Gardening, Camping 

E-mail: rkz at stanford.edu

 

 

 

Dr. Yasser Khan

Year entered group: 2019

Ph.D. institution and Major: University of California, Berkeley; Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Advisor: Prof. Ana Claudia Arias
Research Interests: Wearable and implantable sensors and systems
Hobbies: Travelling, Cricket

E-mail: yasser.khan at stanford.edu

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Dr. Xiwen Gong

Year entered group: 2018

Ph.D. institution and Major: University of Toronto, Canada; Electrical and Computer Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Ted Sargent
Research Interests: Flexible and stretchable electronics
Hobbies: Tennis, swimming, jogging

E-mail: xwgong at stanford.edu

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Dr. Jayoung Kim

Year entered group: 2018

Ph.D institution and Major: UC San Diego, CA; Material Science and Engineering
Adviser: Prof. Joseph Wang
Research Interests: Wearable biosensors for healthcare applications.
Hobbies: traveling, aerial yoga, coffee tasting

E-mail: jayoung.kim at stanford.edu

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Dr. Yuanwen Jiang

Year entered group: 2018

Ph.D institution and Major: The University of Chicago, IL; Physical Chemistry
Advisor: Prof. Bozhi Tian
Research Interests: Flexible and stretchable electronics, bio-interfaces
Hobbies: Sports, traveling

E-mail: yuanwen at stanford.edu

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Dr. Yilei Wu

Year entered group: 2017

Ph.D. Institution, Major: Northwestern University, IL; Chemistry
Advisors: Professor Michael Wasielewski and Professor Sir Fraser Stoddart
Research Interests: Design, synthesis and application of small molecules, oligomers and polymers for organic electronics.
Hobbies: photography, food, watching Netflix, traveling

E-mail: yileiwu at stanford.edu

 

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Dr. Zhitao Zhang

Year entered group: 2017

Ph.D. Institution and Major: Fudan University, China; Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics
Advisor: Prof. Huisheng Peng
Research Interests: flexible organic light-emitting devices, polymer solar cells and organic thin film transistors
Hobbies: playing basketball, hiking and travelling

E-mail: zhangzt at stanford.edu

 

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Dr. Yuqing Zheng

Year entered group: 2017

Ph.D. Institution, Major and Year: Peking University, China; Chemistry
Advisor: Prof. Jian Pei
Research Interests: flexible sensors, organic semiconductors/CNT-based thin film transistors
Hobbies: singing and fitness

E-mail: yqzheng at stanford.edu

 

 

 

 

Dr. Jinxing Li

Year entered group: 2017

Ph.D institution and Major: UC San Diego, CA; NanoEngineering
Adviser: Prof. Joseph Wang
Research Interests: Soft materials for robotics and integrated biosensors.
Hobbies: Surfing, soccer.

E-mail: jinxingli at stanford.edu

 

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Dr. Helen Tran

Year entered group: 2016

PhD Institution and Major: Columbia University, NY; Chemistry
PhD Advisor: Prof. Luis M. Campos
Research Interests: Degradable conductors and piezoelectrics
Hobbies: rock climbing, projection art, learning about other cultures (especially through their food)

E-mail: helsat stanford.edu

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