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GNabovati

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• PhD in Electrical Engineering (Analog/mixed mode integrated circuit design for biosensor applications). • Over 8 years of experience in analog and mixed signal IC design in CMOS technologies (concept, specification, system- and circuit- level design and simulation, layout, verification, DRC, LVS, Extract,tape–out and test) in Cadence. PCB design and layout. • Familiar with state-of-the-art Lab-on-chip systems including biosensor design, readout interface and analog to digital conversion, biological interfaces and packaging techniques for hybrid Microsystems. New low-cost and fast micro-fabrication methods for microfluidics and Lab-on-chip devices. • Familiar with digital systems design and implementation, VHDL programming and FPGA implementation
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    “i paid her so much around 700 euros . she use to charge extra 75CAD for consultation. but could not help me .very very poor communication. she never responds is good in academic but not in scientific projects. i lost my grade.i never hire her again. i hired because of her quaifiication. i am very very sad.”

Experience

Design Engineer

Jun 2015 - Dec 2015 (6 months)

NSERC Engage program, Polytechnique Montreal and company •Sensor selection algorithm for non-contactless capacitive ECG monitoring system on bed.

Research assistant

Jan 2012

•Thesis title: Design and implementation of a fully integrated CMOS capacitive sensor array for cellular studies.

Design Engineer

Sep 2010 - Sep 2011 (1 year)

•Design and implementation of Gause monitoring system for magnetic damping pads.

Software Design Engineer

Sep 2010 - Sep 2011 (1 year)

•Design and implementation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) system.

Education

PhD

2012 - 2016 (4 years)

Publications

A New Fully Differential CMOS Capacitance to Digital Converter for Lab-on-Chip Applications

In this paper, we present a new differential CMOS capacitive sensor for Lab-on-Chip applications. The proposed integrated sensor features a DC-input capacitance to digital converter (CDC) and two reference and sensing microelectrodes integrated on the top most metal layer in 0.35 m CMOS process. Herein, we describe a readout circuitry with a programmable clocking strategy using a Charge Based Capacitance Measurement technique.

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