MSCA Fellow: Dr Muhammad Hamidullah

Muhammad is the recipient of MSCA-IF-2018 grant for the SmOoC project.  Muhammad’s long term career objective is to become a research practitioner with expertise in microsystem technology and integration especially in the application of microelectromechanical system (MEMS) and Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW) sensor and actuator for smart biosystem.

Muhammad obtained his PhD degree from La Sapienza University of Rome on the topic SAW sensor for liquid environments. After finishing his PhD, He worked at the University of Southampton for SAW sensor for LNG tank non-destructive health monitoring project. Currently, he is working on the topic of SAW application in Organ-on-Chip, funded by MSCA-IF grant.

He was with the Institute of Microelectronics, Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR) Singapore as Research Engineer where he was involved in the development of smart miniaturised medical devices by integrating MEMS devices. Also, he worked with industry partners in fabricating MEMS device prototypes such as MEMS micromirror, MEMS pressure sensor and DNA FET Biosensor. Prior to that, he was working with STMicroelectronics as Device Engineer where he was responsible for Power MOSFET Integrated Circuit (IC) Process Integration and Yield Enhancement.

Supervisor: Prof. Therese Leblois

Professor Thérèse Leblois is the group leader of BioMicroDevices (BMD) research group in the department of MicroNanoSciences and Systems (MN2S) of the FEMTO-ST Institute from Besançon (France). She is also a professor and the director of Engineering Sciences and Microtechnologies Doctoral School that includes more than 450 PhD students at the University of Franche-Comté  (UFC). She has 30 years of experience in the design and fabrication of acoustic wave microsensors, micromachining in piezoelectric crystals and silicon. She has supervised more than 13 PhD students and Postdoctoral fellows and co-authored 30 articles in international journal and 92 international conferences. She has contributed to 20 industrial /academic projects; she is the leader of the ANR GHOST project and highly involved in 2 European projects (InterReg BlooDe, FEDER MIMEDI).

Research Collaborators and Scientific Advisors

Céline Elie-Caille

Nanostructuration and nanocharacterization of surfaces and biological entities by atomic force microscopy

BioMicroDevices Team Group Member