Benyamin Davaji

Assistant Professor,  Electrical and Computer Engineering

Contact

Office

  • 426 Dana Research Center
  • (617) 373-5603

Research Focus

Integrated microsystems, data-guided design and nanofabrication, ultrasound microsystems for sensing and computation, and MEMS calorimetry for microbiology and biosensor development

About

Benyamin Davaji joined Northeastern Engineering in January 2022. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Marquette University in 2016, and held a post-doctoral associate position in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University. His main research interests include integrated microsystems emphasizing sensing and computation with mechanical waves, acoustic transducers, ultrasound bio-interfaces, calorimetry, and implementing data-guided methods for design and fabrication.

Education

  • Postdoc, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University, 2016-21
  • Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Marquette University, 2016

Teaching Interests

  • EECE 7201 – Solid State Devices

Research Overview

Integrated microsystems, data-guided design and nanofabrication, ultrasound microsystems for sensing and computation, and MEMS calorimetry for microbiology and biosensor development

Department Research Areas

Selected Publications

  • V Pinrod, SK Gupta, B Davaji, S Nadig, and A Lal, “Event-powered Low-frequency Wireless Vibration Detector by Integrated PZT Lateral Bimorphs and 3D-printed Spring-mass System” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Nov. 2020
  • B Davaji, J Richie, and CH Lee, “Micro-scale direct measurement of localized photothermal heating in tissue-mimetic hydrogels” Scientific Reports 9, 6546, 2019.
  • B Davaji, HD Cho, M Malakoutian, JK Lee, G Panin, TW Kang, CH Lee, “A patterned single layer graphene resistance temperature sensor” Scientific Reports 7 (8), e0183492, 2017.
  • T Byambadorj, E Moghadam, M Malakoutian, B Davaji, L Tayebi, J Richie, CH Lee, “On-chip detection of gel transition temperature using a novel micro-thermomechanical method” PloS one 12 (1), 8811, 2017.
  • M Malakoutian, T Byambadorj, B Davaji, J Richie, CH Lee, “Optimization of the bowtie gap geometry for a maximum electric field enhancement” Plasmonics 12 (2), 287-292, 2017.
Benyamin Davaji

Faculty

Jan 03, 2022

New Faculty Spotlight: Benyamin Davaji

Benyamin Davaji joins the Electrical and Computer Engineering department in January 2022 as an Assistant Professor.

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