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  • Professor Farajidavar is part of the multi-disciplinary team at NYIT, who received $230K from National Science Foundation (NSF) to acquire a DC/RF sputtering system to conduct research on Medical Sensors and Micro-generators in WBAN, August 2013.
  • Professor Farajidavar was interviewed by the Science Magazine. Part of this interview is published in the article entitled: "Postdoc Advancement: Marketing Your Value", August 2013.
  • Congratulations to Alvaro Guerrero Uribe who received the prestigious IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) Undergraduate Scholarship for Fall 2013 (April 2013 Competition). Alvaro's project is entitled "Investigating Electromagnetic Interference in Intraoperative Monitoring and a Telemetric Solution", July 2013.
  • Professor Farajidavar delivered a talk at Auckland BioEngineering Institute, University of Auckland, New Zealand, July 2013.
  • Congratulations to Ma Luo who graduated in Spring 2013 with Honors (Andrew Farber Memorial Award). Ma will continue in our group as a graduate student.
  • Congratulations to Tiep Nguyen who recieved his Masters degree in Spring 2013 with Honors (Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Faculty Award).
  • IMS received funding to conduct collaborative research with Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI) at University of Auckland (New Zealand), Spring 2013.
  • Ms. Allie Finney (Academic Field Sales Engineer, NI) introduced the LabVIEW FPGA module in the Digital Logic Class (EENG-125), May 2013. Thanks to Allie!
  • Professor Farajidavar together with Ms. Allie Finney (Academic Field Sales Engineer, NI) held a hands-on workshop to introduce LabVIEW and Computer-Based measurements, Spring 2013. Thanks to Allie from National Instrument (NI)!
  • Research selected for the annual highlights edition of “Physiological Measurement”, the only “Note” (short paper) selected to be highlighted by this Journal.
  • Undergraduate student Michelle Messengeris the fall 2012 winner of the Creative Astoria Federal Competition. Congratulations to Michelle!
  • Research was highlighted by SCOPE Magazine, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 8, Dec. 2012. The article titled: “A miniature bidirectional telemetry system: in vivo gastric slow wave recordings” by U. I. Lula and R. Amos.