Ash M. Parameswaran

Professor, School of Engineering Science


Ph.D., University of Alberta, Canada, 1990

M.Sc., University of Alberta, Canada, 1985

B.E. (Hons), Madras University, India, 1982

Research interests

  • Silicon micromachining
  • MEMS
  • Microfluidics, Microphotonics,
  • Biomedical microdevices,  Pathogen detection

Teaching interests

  • Electrical and Electronic Circuits
  • Microelectronic Sensors and Actuators


 SFU Burnaby, ASB 8851
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Recently taught courses

  • ENSC 220 Electric Circuits-1
  • ENSC 225 Microelectronics-1
  • ENSC 224 Microelectronic Devices
  • ENSC 854 Microelectronic Sensors and Actuators

Selected recent publications

  • B. C. Chang, J. Berring, M. Venkataram, C. Menon, M. Parameswaran, “Bending fluidic actuator for smart structures”, Smart Mater. Struct, 20 (2011) 035012 (8pp)
  • M. Pallapa, L. Ou, M. Parameswaran, H-Z. Yu, “Software-Based Quantization of Bioassays on CD”, Sens Actuators, B. 148 (620-623)2010.
  • A. Mahanfar, S.-W. Lee, M. Parameswaran, and R.G. Vaughan, “Self-Assembled Monopole Antennas with Arbitrary Shapes and Tilt Angles for System-on-chip and System-in-package Applications”, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propogation, Vol. 58 No. 9, 2010