On 21/11/2021, I am delighted to deliver a lecture at the Newton Fund Researcher Links Workshop co-hosted by the University of Glasgow and Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NJUST) on a session of Bioimaging data analysis, visualization and sharing. This work was supported by a Newton Fund Researcher Links Workshop “Advanced Photoelectric Sensor Integration and Bioimaging “[2020-RLWK12-10118] under the National Science Foundation of China (NSFC) partnership. The grant is funded by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Newton Fund and delivered by the British Council.
On 30/03/2021, I successfully defended my PhD thesis entitled "Integrated Pico-Tesla Resolution Magnetic Sensing System for Miniaturised MagnetoMyo-Graphy”. I am very lucky to join the James Watt School of Engineering family at the University of Glasgow. The 3.5-year PhD program was full of first-hand experiences, fruitful challenges, and excitations. I would like to express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to my supervisors, Dr. Hadi Heidari and Dr. Kia Nazarpour, for their never-ending support throughout my PhD journey and life in the UK. It was my pleasure to work with my teammates at the Microelectronics Laboratory (meLAB). I gratefully acknowledge my external collaborators, Prof. Martina Gerken, and colleagues from Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology ISIT in Germany, and INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory in Portugal. I would also like to thank the assessment committee, Dr. Timothy Constandinou and Dr. Vihar Georgiev, for taking the time to read my thesis thoroughly and share their comments, and convener Dr. Mohamad Fotouhi for the arrangement. I am looking forward to the next chapter of my life as a Postdoc at the meLAB on the HERMES - Hybrid Enhanced Regenerative Medicine Systems project, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020.