Fabien Josse Ph.D.
Dr. Fabien Josse is the director of the Microsensors Research Lab. His research focuses on solid state and acoustic wave device sensors, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) devices (microcantilevers) for liquid-phase chemical and biochemical sensor applications, investigation of novel chemical and biochemical sensor platforms, and smart sensor systems. The work places equal emphasis on the following three areas:
- The development and modeling of new sensor technologies (platforms), and expanding the lab’s existing strength in piezoelectric sensors, RF-based sensors and microcantilevers to include other solid state, Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMs) and nano-electro-mechanical systems (NEMs) sensors.
- The analysis of sensor signals by continuing to exploit use of novel signal processing and non-linear estimation theory to allow the extraction of clean, consistent features from noisy, contaminated sensor responses for reproducibility, high probability of detection and low failure rate, and
- Sensor system integration, particularly through the implementation of sensor system arrays – both homogeneous and heterogeneous arrays.