IMMEDIATE GRADUATE STUDENT OPENINGS (PH.D. AND MASTER'S) IN ANALOG/MIXED-SIGNAL IC DESIGN (AUGUST 2023)
If you are interested in designing analog/mixed-signal ICs for biosensing and imaging, please contact Prof. Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org) to share your CV and learn more about these opportunities!
The Silicon Bioelectronics (SiBio) Laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo pursues research at the intersection of biotechnology and semiconductors. Our work leverages the one trillion dollar semiconductor manufacturing industry to develop complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) biochips that translate the chemical world of biology to the digital world. By combining standard CMOS chips, containing custom analog/mixed-signal integrated circuits, with novel or non-traditional structures, materials, and devices, we are developing biochips for a wide range of life-science and bio-diagnostic applications.