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Mahdi Rajabzadeh received his B.Sc. degree in Bio-Medical Engineering (bio-electical) from Azad University, Mashhad, Iran, in 2011, where he worked on bio-signal processing. He came to Germany in 2013 to pursue his M.S. degree in Microsystems Engineering at IMTEK, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany, and graduated in 2016. His work focused on Bio-amplifiers for his master thesis, and as a student assistant at the Fritz Hüttinger Chair of Microelectronics (IMTEK), he worked on micro-electronic mirror.
In June 2016, he joined the Institute of Microeletronics at University of Ulm as research assistance under the supervision of Prof. Maurits Ortmanns, where he worked on Bio-amplifiers. He started his Ph.d at University of Ulm in October 2016 on the topic: Electrochemical Sensor Integrated Circuits, which is a part of the PULMOSENSE project. He is currently working on developing multi-channel implementations of electrochemical measurement techniques on CMOS integrated circuits for use on lung epithelia in vitro.
M.Sc. Mahdi Rajabzadeh get's Best Paper Award (Bronze) at BioCAS 2019 ( Biomedical Circuits an Systems Conference), Nara, Japan, October 2019
M. Rajabzadeh: The electrochemical detection of target molecules, the analysis of bioimpedances and the realization in microsystems have received an increasing attention lately. Chronoamperometry (CA), cyclic voltammetry (CV) and electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) are the most common methods that are used for the analysis of endogenous and exogenous molecules or electrical properties of tissues ... [more]
[rp] = Bachelor theses, [mt] = Master theses