Inkjet Printed Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensors for Smart Bandage Application

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Project Description

In this project, the student will first learn inkjet printing in the lab. Then the student will design temperature and humidity sensors. These will be electrical sensors, specifically resistive and capacitive sensors. These sensors will be printed on a wearable bandage to determine the temperature and humidity levels in the wound. The bandage will also have a wireless part which will send this data to the cell phone in a wireless fashion. The project involves design, fabrication and characterization so the student will go through the entire cycle of a research project.​​​​
Program - Electrical Engineering
Division - Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering
Field of Study - ​Electrical Engineering

About the
Researcher

Atif Shamim

Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Atif Shamim
​Professor Shamim's research is focused on applications like personal area network, automotive radars, wearable and implantable wireless sensors, wireless powering and renewable energy. The following specific research projects are being pursued
  • CMOS RF SoC design (RFICs with on-chip antennas)
  • Antenna design, integration and miniaturization techniques
  • 3D IC packaging and embedded passives in LTCC, LCP and IPD environments for SoP applications
  • Ferrite LTCC based tunable and reconfigurable circuits carbon-based nano radio design (Carbon nano-tube and Graphene mediums)
  • Flexible RF electronics (inkjet printing on paper, plastics, etc)
  • Energy harvesting through ambient resources (infrared, EM)
  • Wearable and Disposable wireless sensors

Desired Project Deliverables

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