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2017 IEEE ISCAS Best Paper Award

ECE ILLINOIS visiting scholar Nimrod Missael Garcia Hernandez along with Associate Professor Viktor Gruev won two Best Paper Awards at the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS). These distinctions include the Best Paper Award in the Sensory Circuits and Systems track, and most impressively the Best Student Paper Award, chosen among around 800 papers. Gruev, who was the principal investigator…
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NIR Goggles

Translating technology form the nanofab to bedside is a very changing process. It involves multitude of disciplines: nano fabrication and  material science, electronics, algorithms, pre-clinical and clinical area. Our team has been leading this comprehensive effort and we have several ongoing clinical trials enabling the first step to move this technology to solve real world problems.
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Bioinspired Polarization Sensors

We have designed an imaging sensor inspired by the visual system of mantis shrimp. These flamboyant creatures  are capable of capturing 16 spectral channels and 6 polarization channels. We have mimicked the polarization sensing capabilities by combining metallic nano structures with an array of imaging elements. This bio-inspires polarization sensor can capture intensity and color information in…
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