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Sam Kassegne

Dr. Sam Kassegne holds a Ph.D. degree in engineering mechanics from Virginia Tech. His research interests are in the areas of MEMS, polymer photovoltaic technology, bionanoelectronics, and integrated micro- and nano-fabrication technologies.Dr. Kassegne has an extensive industrial experience in MEMS, biotech and computational sciences acquired through his employment at Nanogen, Microfabrica and Bentley Systems in Southern California. He also has consulted for the following companies:Corning/Intellisense, SAIC, Nevada Nanotech, OxyHeal, ERC, OmniTech, KeyMark Engineering, Game Changers, Cooley LLP, and Nokia.Further, as evidenced by the breadth and depth of his publication records and the companies he has consulted for, Dr. Kassegne has a unique engineering background that spans a variety of engineering disciplines.Dr. Kassegne's research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, DoE, DoD (SPAWAR), San Diego Foundation, Amco (Korea), and others.

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San Diego State University

 


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J4.04 - Coupled Electrical and Neurotransmitters Signal Sensing and Stimulations Using Graphite-Based Multi-Site Electrode Array 
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December 2, 2013   4:00pm - 4:15pm
 
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