Connected Devices are changing the way that communication, measuring, and connecting can be done with each other or with interfaces. Full and complete nanosystems that can be used in real-life applications are the target for this thematic area.
This includes but is not limited to sensors (quantum-, nano- and microsensors), MEMS/NEMS, flexible electronics, wearable devices, lab-on-chip, use of internet-of-things and artificial intelligence for sensors, human-machine interfaces, photonic-devices and other connected devices.
Theme Leads and Co-Leads
Vassili Karanassios (Chem) joined the University of Waterloo more than 20 years ago. He is founding member of WIN. Vassili’s research group develops portable analytical tools for spectrochemical environmental analysis
Na Young Kim (ECE) joined the University of Waterloo in 2016 from Apple Inc., where she worked on developing small display products. She received her PhD from Stanford University in 2006. Her research involves developing elements of semiconductor quantum processors and devices using exotic nanomaterials.