Andrew and Peggy Cherng Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering; Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute; EAS Division Deputy Chair
Degrees and Appointments
B.S., Sharif University of Technology, 1996; M.S., Stanford University, 1999; Ph.D., 2004. Assistant Professor, Caltech, 2007-13; Professor, 2013-17; Cherng Professor, 2017-; HMRI Investigator, 2015-; EAS Division Deputy Chair, 2015-.
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Azita Emami's research covers a wide range of topics in mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems. Her research group focuses on developing novel circuit and system-level solutions for a variety of applications. These include the design of high-performance, low-power and minimally invasive implantable and wearable medical devices for neural recording, neural stimulation and drug delivery. She is also developing adaptive, reconfigureable and reliable microelectronics, low-power sensors and efficient signal processing techniques for medical applications.
List of Research Areas
high-performance integrated circuits and systems
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