I am currently a PhD candidate in the Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology. I graduated from Imperial College in September 2017, where I obtained a MEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (First Class Honours).
My research theme involves the wireless powering of electrochemical sensors, and spans the fields of inductive coupling and RF systems. This has applications for healthcare wearables, where the aim is to make devices smaller, and also more reliable.
Ma D, Ghoreishizadeh SS, Georgiou P, 2021, Concurrent potentiometric and amperometric sensing with shared reference electrodes, Ieee Sensors Journal, Vol:21, ISSN:1530-437X, Pages:5720-5727
Chen Y, Ma D, Georgiou P, 2021, A wireless power management unit with a novel self-tuned LDO for system-on-chip sensors, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (IEEE ISCAS), IEEE, Pages:1-5, ISSN:0271-4302
et al., 2021, SPACEMan: wireless SoC for concurrent potentiometry and amperometry, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (IEEE ISCAS), IEEE, ISSN:0271-4302
et al., 2021, Multiple Input, Single Output Frequency Mixing Communication Technique for Low Power Data Transmission, 16th IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (IEEE MeMeA), IEEE
et al., 2021, Design of Low-Power Highly Accurate CMOS Potentiostat Using the g(m)/I-D Methodology, 16th IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (IEEE MeMeA), IEEE