Nanolab is an interdisciplinary research group at Tufts University led by Dr. Sameer Sonkusale.

At Nanolab, we are interested in answering the following questions: "How can micro- and nano-electronics benefit lifesciences and medicine?", "Can we build single-chip sensors and instruments on silicon CMOS", and "how do we explore emerging concepts (e.g. metamaterials, plasmonics) and novel materials (e.g. carbon nanotubes, graphene) for new and improved functions in our devices, circuits and sensors?".

Some current research focus areas in our group are:

  1. Nanoelectrochemical Systems on Silicon
  2. CMOS Image Sensors for Scientific Imaging
  3. CMOS-Nano Integration: CMOS For Nanoassembly and Nanofabrication
  4. Circuits and Systems for Wearable and Implantable Biomedical Microdevices
  5. Analog to Information Converters and Compressed Sensing Front Ends
  6. Asynchronous Analog and Mixed Signal Design
  7. Active Metamaterial Devices, Circuits and Systems
  8. Digitally Assisted Analog Design

Please browse through our research and publications section to learn more.

NEW!! Research Assistantship positions are available to promising graduate students for Spring 2012. Click here for more information.

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Smart  threads for 3D tissue embedding for medical diagnostics published

Pooria Mostafalu''s doctoral research effort on thread diagnostics is now published in Nature Microsystems and Nanoengineering. The article is also featured on the journal's home page. News brief on this article is available here. Congratulations to all the collaborators on this work (Mostafalu, Akbari, Alberti, Xu, Khademhosseini, Sonkusale).


Terahertz multilevel amplitude modulator published

Saroj Rout's work on using metamaterial based spatial light modulator to modulate terahertz waves for amplitude modulation has been published by Optics Express.


Sameer Sonkusale promoted to full professor

Sameer Sonkusale has been promoted to full professor of electrical and computer engineering. Nice journey since founding of the lab in 2004.


Saroj rout defends his doctoral dissertation

Saroj Rout defended his doctoral dissertation titled "Active Metamaterials for Terahertz Communication and Imaging". Congratulations!

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