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Oxford Engineering

Somerville College

EDISON Project

iARTIST Project

MCS Group


I am an Associate Professor in the department of Engineering Science and a tutorial fellow of Somerville College. Along with Prof. Steve Collins, I lead the microelectronics circuits and systems group at Oxford. Our research interests span a broad spectrum of analogue circuits and sensors for biomedical as well as commercial applications.

I am currently on leave from Oxford on an industrial secondment and hence there could be delays in replying to any emails. This website will also not be updated during the period.

However, I am currently looking for good postdocs/graduate students with skills in analog circuit design or MEMS. Contact me for an informal discussion if you have experience of using Cadence and a masters or equivalent degree in electrical/electronics/computers.

On-going research projects
These are the areas which are currently being investigated in my group.

  • CMOS Pixels for very low light and biomedical imaging
  • Analogue to Digital Converters for image sensors
  • Filters for colour imaging
  • Coupled and nonlinear micro/nano electromechanical resonators including Graphene resonators
  • Arrays on linear and nonlinear resonators

Funding

We are thankful for research funding from various sources which enables us to undertake our explorations. Our public funding is listed below. In addition, we are supported by a number of European industries.

Contact

Dr. B Choubey
Department of Engineering Science
Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PJ
Phone: +44 1865 273004
Email: bhaskar.choubey@eng.ox.ac.uk

Dr. B. Choubey
Somerville College
Woodstock Road
Oxford, OX2 6HD
Phone: +44 1865 270603