Razi-ul Haque received BSE degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2004. He received the MSE degree in Electrical Engineering in 2005 and a PhD in Electrical Engineering: Circuits & Microsystems in 2011, all from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Since 2001, he has worked on a variety of microelectromechanical systems, from microfluidic devices for DNA analysis to a highly-integrated and compact microsystem for in-vivo continuous monitoring. During his postdoctoral work at the University of Michigan, he explored neural probe designs that reduced neural tissue damage by minimizing silicon area. Dr. Haque is currently the President & CEO of Structured Microsystems LLC, a spinoff from the University of Michigan that is specializing in microsystem design and especially on products based on the proprietary glass-in-silicon reflow process that he developed during his graduate work. His main area of interest is in implantable BioMEMS and novel microfabrication techniques that enable new microsystems for interdisciplinary solutions.
TBME, Special Issue: BRAINChronic in vivo evaluation of PEDOT/CNT for stable neural recordings
Takashi D.Y. Kozai, Kasey Catt, Zhanhong Du, Kyounghwan Na, Onnop Srivannavit, Razi-ul Haque, John Seymour, Kensall Wise, Euisik Yoon, Xinyan Tracy Cui
Takashi D.Y. Kozai, Kasey Catt, Zhanhong Du, Kyounghwan Na, Onnop Srivannavit, Razi-ul M. Haque, John Seymour, Kensall D Wise, Euisik Yoon, X. Tracy Cui, University of Pittsburgh, University of Michigan, ePack, Inc, Structured Microsystems LLC, USA, Sub-cellular sized chronically implanted recording electrodes have demonstrated significant... Read more
Posted on 26 DEC 2015