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Behraad Bahreyni, PhD, SMIEEE, PEng
Associate professor

Surrey campus:

Office:          MSE 4176
Laboratory:  MSE 4210
Phone:  +1 (778) 782 8694
Fax:      +1 (778) 782 7514

Burnaby campus:

Office:          ASB 8855
Phone:  +1 (778) 782 8815

Me
Email: bba19  
   
Group webpage:   Intelligent Sensing Laboratory
Experience:  
  Associate Professor, 2014−present, Mechatronic Systems Engineering, SFU.
Visiting Fellow, Dec 2017, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.
Visiting Scientist, Apr−Sep 2016, NXP Semiconductors, Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Assistant Professor, 2008−2014, Mechatronic Systems Engineering.
Research Associate, Oct 2006−Sep 2007, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
Research Assistant, Jan 2002−Sep 2006, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.
     
Interests and expertise:  
  Micro- and nano-sensor systems
  Sensor signal processing (analog, digital, sensor fusion, machine learning)
  High-performance sensors and sensor systems
  Interface electronics
   
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