BEL@UMBC

BIOELECTRONICS LABORATORY

DIRECTOR: Dr. GYMAMA SLAUGHTER

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@TEDxBaltimore

Getting our bodies to do more. Beginning to think of the human body as a battery, and harnessing its chemical energy to power wearable and implantable sensors that diagnose and monitor diseases. More

From the Director

Research interests: Sensor-processor integration, low voltage computing, bioelectronics design and theory, optimization methods for physical circuit design, biologically inspired computing, and wireless networking and communications.

News

08/01/2017
New research paper published Sensors & Transducers

07/27/2017
New research paper published Solid States Electronics

07/20/2017
New research paper published Micro & Nano Letters

05/24/2017
New research paper published IEEE Sensors Journal

05/03/2017
New research paper published Nature Scientific Reports

04/10/2017
Tanmay Kulkarni successfully defended his dissertation. Congratulations Mr. Kulkarni!

04/03/2017
Professor Gymama Slaughter Speaks at Baltimore's Second Annual Light City Festival!

02/09/2017
Professor Gymama Slaughter to speak at 2017 HealthLab@LightCity - Light City Baltimore 2017!

1/17/2017
New research paper published Membranes

12/14/2016
New research paper published Membranes

09/21/2016
Professor Slaughter elevated to the grade of IEEE Senior member!

08/01/2016
New research paper published Sensors & Transducers

09/21/2016
Professor Slaughter promoted to Associate Professor with tenure!

06/06/2016
Tanmay Kulkarni successfully defended his dissertation proposal. Congratulations Mr. Kulkarni!

01/16/2016
Watch Professor Gymama Slaughter @TEDxBaltimore!

11/18/2015
New research paper published Sensing and Biosensing Research

11/17/2015
New research paper published Biosensors and Bioelectronics

11/16/2015
New research paper published Membranes

11/09/2015
Professor Gymama Slaughter to speak at 2016 TEDxBaltimore!

10/15/2015
New research paper published Microelectronic Engineering

07/21/2015
New research paper published Journal of Biochips & Tissue Chips

07/20/2015
New research paper published Material Chemistry and Physics

11/24/2014
Brian Stevens successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations, Mr. Stevens!

10/21/2014
The National Science Foundation spolights Bioelectronics research in celebration of National Chemistry Week

07/29/2014
Joshua Sunday successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations, Mr. Sunday!

06/22/2014
New research conference paper accepted. Proceedings of IEEE Sensors 2014

02/04/2014
New research paper accepted. Journal of Power Sources

02/14/2014
New research paper published International Journal of Diabetology & Vascular Disease Research

02/09/2014
New research paper accepted. BioChip Journal

January 2014
Prof. Slaughter receives PRESTIGIOUS NSF CAREER AWARD.

01/04/2014
New research paper accepted. Sensors Journal, IEEE

September 2013
Prof. Slaughter wins NSF grant to develop nanoelectrode probe arrays.

12/02/2013
Tanmay Kulkarni successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations, Mr. Kulkarni!

11/25/2013
Kweku Amoah successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations, Mr. Amoah!

09/04/2012
New research paper accepted. Journal of Biosensors and Bioelectronics

09/03/2012
New research conference paper accepted. Proceedings of the IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BIOCAS)

07/09/2012
New research conference paper accepted. Proceedings of IEEE Sensors 2012

06/20/2012
Late Breaking research paper accepted. 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS)

06/09/2011
New research paper accepted. Sensors Journal, IEEE

 

Research Areas

Implantable Biosensors

NeuroChip

A-S Sensor System

Nanobiofuel Cell

Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
University of Maryland Baltimore County