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2018

Under Review

  • S. Baltsavias, W. Van Treuren, M. J. Weber, J. Charthad, S. Baker, J. L. Sonnenburg and A. Arbabian, “In vivo Wireless Sensors for Gut Microbiome Redox Monitoring,” submitted to Lab on a Chip.
  • A. S. Rekhi and A. Arbabian, “Ultrasonic Wake-Up with Precharged Transducers,” submitted to IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits (JSSC).
  • A. Sawaby, M. L. Wang, E. So, J. -C. Chien, and A. Arbabian, “A wireless implantable ultrasound receiver for distributed deep tissue imaging,” submitted to IEEE J. of Solid State Circuits (JSSC).
  • M. Sawaby, N. Dolatsha, B. Grave, C. Chen and A. Arbabian, "A Fully-Packaged 130 GHz QPSK Transmitter with Integrated PRBS Generator," submitted to IEEE Solid-State Circuits Lett. (L-SSC).

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2014

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  • H. Nan, B. Yoon, B. Khuri-Yakub, and A. Arbabian, “Microwave-induced Thermoacoustic Imaging for Detection of Intracranial Abnormalities,” American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Scientific Meeting, April, 2014.

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  • A. Arbabian, “When Moore Meets Maxwell, Medical Applications Emerge,” Invited faculty candidate presentation at Princeton University, Stanford University, MIT, UIUC and UC Davis.
  • A. Arbabian, Invited to CMOSET: “Silicon-Based Portable Imaging Device for Medical Applications,” CMOSET Workshop, Whistler, Canada, May 19, 2010
  • A. Arbabian, High-Frequency transponders using Antentronics (with Maryam Tabesh), Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship 2010 (Final), Qualcomm CORP R&D Santa Clara, May 4, 2010.
  • A. Arbabian, “Time-Domain UWB Synthetic Imager (TUSI) for Medical Applications” (Invited), ECE Department, Rice University, April 14, 2010.
  • A. Arbabian, “Time Domain UWB Synthetic Imager for Medical Applications,” BEARS-BWRC Open House, Feb. 2, 2010, UC Berkeley.
  • A. Arbabian, “Microwave Medical Imaging,” BWRC Summer Retreat (Jun. 1-2, 2009, Lake Tahoe, CA)
  • A. Arbabian, “Wideband Circuits in CMOS,” BWRC Winter Retreat (Jan. 7-8, 2008, Monterey, CA)

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