Bernhard Boser (Advisor)

BPN926: Wireless Implantable Fluorescence Imager for Real-Time Cancer Monitoring in Immunotherapy

Rozhan Rabbani
2022

Imaging deep inside the human body is a fascinating yet challenging mission for obtaining detailed cellular-level information. This information can guide monitoring for disease development, observe immune activity in autoimmune and inflammatory diseases and assess real-time tumor response to therapy. One key application is unlocking immunotherapy in cancer for the over 50% of patients who do not initially respond to this game-changing therapy. For patients who do respond, the immune system is leveraged to fight previously incurable cancers, resulting in long-term, durable responses....

Monico Ortiz

Alumni
Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Professor Bernhard E. Boser (Advisor)
M.S. 1996

Bernhard Boser

Former BSAC Co-Director
Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC)

Bernhard E. Boser is a professor emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley, a Co-Director of the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center, and a Co-Director of the UC Berkeley Swarm Lab.


Professor Boser’s research interests include analog and digital circuit design and micromechanical sensors and actuators.

Prior to joining BSAC, Professor Boser conducted industrial research as Member of Technical Staff for AT&T Bell Laboratories in Holmdel, NJ (1988-1991) where he worked on adaptive systems,...

BPN608: FM Gyroscope

Burak Eminoglu
2022

MEMS gyroscopes for consumer devices, such as smartphones and tablets, suffer from high power consumption and drift which precludes their use in inertial navigation applications. Conventional MEMS gyroscopes detect Coriolis force through measurement of very small displacements on a sense axis, which requires low-noise, and consequently high-power, electronics. The sensitivity of the gyroscope is improved through mode-matching, but this introduces many other problems, such as low bandwidth and unreliable scale factor. Additionally, the conventional Coriolis force detection method is very...

BSAC's Best: Spring 2015 Winners Announced

March 13, 2015

BSAC would like to thank the 160 researchers who presented their work in poster or plenary sessions at the Spring 2015 BSAC Research Review on March 11-13.

90 attending industrial members from 35 member organizations voted for the best presentations and posters, resulting in Best Paper and Best Poster awards (certificate and cash).

 Yumeng Liu
Best Paper Yumeng Liu | ...

BSAC's Best: Fall 2015 Winners Announced

October 2, 2015

BSAC would like to thank the 160 researchers who presented their work in poster or plenary sessions at the Fall 2015 BSAC Research Review on September 30-October 2.

70 attending industrial members from 39 member organizations voted for the best presentations and posters, resulting in Best Paper and Best Poster awards (certificate and cash).

 Phillip Sandborn
Best Paper...

BSAC's Best: Fall 2013 Winners Announced

September 19, 2013

BSAC would like to thank the 200 researchers who presented their work in poster or plenary sessions at the Fall 2013 BSAC Research Review on September 18-19.

70 attending industrial members from 34 member organizations voted for the best presentations and posters, resulting in Best Paper and Best Poster awards (certificate and cash).

 Richard Przybyla
Best Paper...

BSAC's Best: Fall 2010 Winners Announced

September 17, 2010

BSAC would like to thank the 160 researchers who presented their work in poster or plenary sessions at the Fall 2010 BSAC Research Review on September 15-17.

70 attending industrial members from 33 member organizations voted for the best presentations and posters, resulting in Best Paper and Best Poster awards (certificate and cash).

 Mitchell Kline
Best Paper...

BSAC's Best: Spring 2012 Winners Announced

March 9, 2012

BSAC would like to thank the 170 researchers who presented their work in poster or plenary sessions at the Spring 2012 BSAC Research Review on March 7-9.

50 attending industrial members from 32 member organizations voted for the best presentations and posters, resulting in Best Paper and Best Poster awards (certificate and cash).

 Ivan Dimov
Best Paper Ivan...