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Welcome to meLAB


At Microelectronics Lab (meLAB) we aim to promote and support engineering and physical science research in microelectronics design, spintronics, magnetic sensors, and energy harvesting. Our research is broadly ranging from theoretical, simulation, design, fabrication and experimental work in fundamental physics to applications of wearable and implantable electronics.  

Highlights and News

About

Founded in July 2017, meLAB aims to promote and support engineering and physical science research in microelectronics design, spintronics, magnetic sensors, and energy harvesting.

Research

Our research is broadly ranging from theoretical, simulation, design, fabrication and experimental work in fundamental physics to applications of wearable and implantable electronics.

Publications

We have authored over 150 articles in top peer-reviewed journals (e.g. IEEE Solid-State Circuits Journal, IEEE Transactions Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions Electron Devices)

News

Last year was a great year for meLAB. In this year the lab expanded and our research gained national and international recognition. Stay tuned for our exciting news!

Collaborations

meLAB is a state-of-the-art Lab with tools to microelectronics design, simulation, layout and measurement from device to architecture.

Outreach

As well as our outreach activities on University and School levels, the meLAB research group has also actively promoted public understanding of our areas of expertise.