About Me

Rozhan is a Kurdish word for Sun:)
I was born in Urmia, Iran. I got my bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology majoring in Electronics with a minor in Economics.
Currently, I'm pursuing my PhD as an EECS student at UC. Berkeley. My main research interests are low-power biomedical sensor design, power harvesting and mixed signal circuit design. Currently I'm working on designing an implantable imager for cancer therapy. Apart from hardware design, I've also started working on using machine learning algorithms to improve the quality of the images. I'm honored to be a part of BWRC (Berkeley Wireless Research Center) and Swarm lab at UC. Berkeley.

Contact Details

Rozhan Rabbani
Swarm Lab, Cory Hall
UC. Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

rozhan_rabbani@berkeley.edu

Education

University of California, Berkeley

PhD Student in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Aug 2018-present

I'm co-advised by Prof. Mekhail Anwar and Prof. Vladimir Stojanovic from UCSF and UC. Berkeley, respectively. My main focus of research is designing wireless and low-power integrated circuits for cancer therapy. The project is a comprehensive combination of Power Harvesting, Analog-to-Digital Conversion and Fluorescence Imaging. In addition to the hardware design, I've been working on using Machine Learning to enhance the quality of cell images using both actual in-vivo and synthetic data. I hope this project can help us gain more intuition and understanding about the entangled nature of cancer cells which can help clinicians extensively in cancer therapy.

Sharif University of Technology

B.A. Degree in Electrical Engineering minored with Economics Sep 2013-June2018-

I received my bachelor's degree from Sharif University of Technology where I did research in various areas from biomedical sensors to RF circuit design. My journey towards biomedical circuits started with the design of a low power wearable ECG signal monitoring device with a BLE RF link which was a very pleasant experience of both circuit design and team-work. I also tried to broaden my view in the vast field of electronics by doing research on NF analysis of LNA for RF receivers, which lead to my first paper accepted at TSP2018.

Work

Apple Inc.

Hardware Engineering Intern June 2020- August 2020

I'm super excited to start an internship at Apple as a hardware design engineer starting June 2020.

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