Research:

Integrated circuits and electromagnetic interfaces with a focus on design of “end-to-end” electronic systems/devices.

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Our work covers circuit/system design in three general areas of 1) mm-Wave and THz, 2) Biomedical, and 3) Ultra-Low Power Electronic sensors. 

In the high-frequency domain we design systems that handle information flow. On one end this focuses on the development of sensors and devices that enable next-generation interfaces (e.g., radar system design for human-computer interfaces). On the other end we work one next-generation extremely high-throughput wireless and wireline “pipelines” that facilitate information flow on the network.

On the biomedical front we explore system design for emerging and hybrid medical imaging modalities, apply advanced electrical/electromagnetic interface solutions to bio-sensing applications, and investigate new technologies for wireless implants.

In the sensors area we focus on architectural solutions that enable radically-miniaturized sensors. Other topics include power delivery, energy storage, ultra-low power circuit design, asymmetric communication systems, and antenna interfaces.

   

News:

- Professor Arbabian selected Hellman Faculty Fellow, Sept 2013

  1. -Nemat Dolatsha awarded best paper award at the IEEE International Conference on Ultra-Wideband (ICUWB), Sept 2013

  2. -Proposal gets selected for the new DARPA MEDS program (PI: Arbabian), May 2013

  3. -Professor Arbabian named Stanford School of Engineering Terman Fellow, 2012



Prospective Students:


If you are interested in applying to Stanford and joining our group, please first refer to this page.

If you are interested in my research and have already been admitted to an MS or PhD program at Stanford, please feel free to send me an email (please include CV and list of courses through transcript).

We have an open position for a post-doc. Please contact me directly for more information. In your email please include your CV and list of 3 faculty references. All postdoc fellows are strongly encouraged to explore external fellowship support.



Amin Arbabian

Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering
Stanford University


EE primary research area:

Physical Technology and Science/

Integrated Electronics Systems Technology- Circuits


Address:
204 Paul G. Allen Building
420 Via Palou, Allen-204
Stanford, CA 94305-4070
USA

Email: arbabian AT stanford DOT edu
Fax: (650) 725-3383


Assistant:

Ann Guerra
Email: guerra AT par.stanford DOT edu
Tel: (650) 725-3725

 Directions to the Paul G. Allen Building



Office Hours (Winter 2014):

Tues 1-2pm Allen-204

Except: March 4th,


Or by appointment


Some of the Past Projects: