Dr. Howlader is an Assistant
Professor in Micro- and
Nano-Systems laboratory of the Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
His research focuses on the design, fabrication, characterization and
development of new materials and novel engineered components to create
integrated sensing systems for environmental and health applications.
In particular, he develops foundational technologies in the surface
activated nanobonding to integrate flexible, soft and hard materials
for the sensing systems that enable energy harvesting.
He is a member of Japan
Institute of Electronic
, and The Electrochemical Society. He received the
Best Technical Paper Award at
International Conference on Electronic Packaging in 2003.
He received his PhD degree from Kyushu
in Japan. As an
Endowed Assistant and Associate Professor with the Research Center for
Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Tokyo, he was
engaged in teaching and research in the field of microsystems
integration and packaging.
We are looking for a postdoc
immediately on electrochemcial sensing of analytes in biofluids.
Candidates with chemical engineering/chemcistry/materials science are
preferred. We are looking for two
highly motivated PhD students for research projects in wearable sensors
and energy harvesting. Candidates with backgrounds in electronic
materials and analytical and chemical analysis are encouraged to apply.