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Kofi Odame Kofi Odame is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth. Kofi's primary interest is in analog integrated circuits for nonlinear signal processing. This work has applications in low-power electronics for implantable and wearable biomedical devices, as well as in autonomous sensor systems.

Kofi received the Cornell International Scholars and Students Award to study at Cornell University, graduating magna cum laude with a BSc in electrical engineering and a minor in computer science in 2002. He studied as a Cornell African Development Fellow to receive an MSc in electrical engineering under Bradley Minch in 2004. He then worked in Paul Hasler's lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology, earning a PhD in electrical engineering in 2008.

Graduate Students

Yueh-Ching Teng Yueh-Ching Teng is a PhD candidate at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth. He received an MSc degree in electrical and computer engineering from Ohio State University in 2011. From 2011 to 2012, he was a Research Assistant Engineer with the ElectroScience Laboratory where he worked on analog/mixed-signal circuit designs for RFID applications. His current research interests include ultra-low power and low-noise circuit and system design for biomedical applications.
Maria Nyamukuru received her BS degree from Drexel University in 2016. She is a PhD student at Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College. Maria is working on design, optimization and implementation of deep learning algorithms in resource constrained environments, with a focus on biotechnology applications.
Mohsen Shahghasemi is a PhD Candidate at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College. He received BS degree from University of Zanjan in 2010 and MS degree from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic) in 2013, both in Electronics Engineering. His research in Analog Lab involves hardware design and implementation for Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) applications. His research interests include analog and mixed-mode IC design for IoT and biomedical applications.

Analog Lab Alumni

  • Arun Rao (PhD 2019). Currently at Google Inc.
  • Justice Amoh (PhD 2019, PhD Innovation Program). Currently CTO/Founder at Clairways, LLC.
  • Mohammad Takhti (PhD 2018, PhD Innovation Program). Currently at Apple, Inc.
  • Saleh Masoodian (PhD 2016, co-advised with Eric Fossum). Currently CEO/Founder at GigaJot Technology, LLC.
  • Dingkun Du (PhD 2013). Currently at Apple Inc.
  • Valerie Hanson (MS 2013). Currently at MC10 Inc.
  • Alexander Latham (MS 2012, co-advised with Charles Sullivan). Currently at Allegro MicroSystems, LLC.