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Aida Ebrahimi

Assistant Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering

111-J Electrical Engineering West

sue66@psu.edu

814-865-6177

Personal or Departmental Website

Research Areas:

Biomedical Devices and Systems; Computational Science; Electronic Materials and Devices

Interest Areas:

Electrical and Electrochemical spectroscopy, Biochemical sensors, Low-dimensional material systems, Microbiology, and Biophysics

 
 

 

Education

  • MS, Electrical Engineering, University of Tehran, 2009
  • Ph D, Electrical Engineering, Purdue University, 2017

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Aida Ebrahimi, Kehao Zhang, Chengye Dong, Shruti Subramanian, Derrick Butler, Adam Bolotsky, Lindsey Goodnight and Joshua Robinson, 2019, "FeSx-Graphene Heterostructures: Nanofabrication-Compatible Catalysts for Ultra-Sensitive Electrochemical Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide", Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 285
  • Natalie Briggs and Aida Ebrahimi, 2019, "A roadmap for electronic grade 2D materials", 2D Materials
  • Derrick Butler, Nishit Goel, Lindsey Goodnight, Srinivas Tadigadapa and Aida Ebrahimi, 2018, "Detection of Bacterial Metabolism in Lag-Phase using Impedance Spectroscopy of Agar-integrated 3D Microelectrodes", Biosensors and Bioelectronics
  • Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad A. Alam, 2017, "Droplet-based non-faradaic impedance sensors for assessment of susceptibility of Escherichia coli to ampicillin in 60 min", BIOMEDICAL MICRODEVICES, 19, (2)
  • Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad Ashraful Alam, 2016, "Evaporation-induced stimulation of bacterial osmoregulation for electrical assessment of cell viability", PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 113, (26), pp. 7059-7064
  • Piyush Dak, Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad A. Alam, 2015, "Non-faradaic impedance characterization of an evaporating droplet for microfluidic and biosensing applications (vol 14, pg 2469, 2014)", LAB ON A CHIP, 15, (3), pp. 931-931
  • Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad A. Alam, 2015, "Time-resolved PCA of 'droplet impedance' identifies DNA hybridization at nM concentration", SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 215, pp. 215-224
  • Aida Ebrahimi, Piyush Dak, Eric Salm, Susmita Dash, Suresh V. Garimella, Rashid Bashir and Muhammad A. Alam, 2013, "Nanotextured superhydrophobic electrodes enable detection of attomolar-scale DNA concentration within a droplet by non-faradaic impedance spectroscopy", LAB ON A CHIP, 13, (21), pp. 4248-4256
  • Sara Darbari, Yaser Abdi, Aida Ebrahimi and Shamsoddin Mohajerzadeh, 2011, "Fabrication of Silicon-Based Actuators Using Branched Carbon Nano-Structures", IEEE SENSORS JOURNAL, 11, (7), pp. 1535-1540
  • Aida Ebrahimi, Amirabbas Pirouz, Yaser Abdi, Soheil Azimi, Adam Bolotsky and Shams Mohajerzadeh, , "Selective deposition of CuO/SnO2 sol–gel on porous SiO2 suitable for the fabrication of MEMS-based H2S sensors", Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical

Conference Proceedings

  • Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad A. Alam, 2015, "Incubation-free detection of bacteria cells by using droplet-based impedance sensing", 2015 73RD ANNUAL DEVICE RESEARCH CONFERENCE (DRC), pp. 227-228
  • Aida Ebrahimi and Muhammad A. Alam, 2013, "Evaporation-Enhanced Impedance Sensing for Highly-Sensitive Differentiation of dsDNA from ssDNA", 2013 71ST ANNUAL DEVICE RESEARCH CONFERENCE (DRC), pp. 159-160
  • Sara Darbari, Yaser Abdi, Aida Ebrahimi, Narges Doostani and Shamsoddin Mohajerzadeh, 2011, "Fabrication and Modeling of a Novel SAW-Like Transducer Device Based on Branched Carbon Nanotubes", ECS
  • Aida Ebrahimi, Shamsoddin Mohajerzadeh, Amir Alihosseinzadeh, AbbasAli Khodadadi and Yadollah Mortazavi, 2011, "Preferential Oxidation of CO Based on Electro-Thermally Assisted Catalytic Ni/Cu Nanostructures on Si Micro-Grass", ECS
  • Aida Ebrahimi, Yaser Abdi, Shamsoddin Mohajerzadeh and Sarah Paydavosi, 2009, "Interdigital Capacitive Array of tree-like Carbon Nanotubes on Silicon-based Membranes for Sensor Applications", MRS Proceedings, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 1179
  • Ashkan Behnam, Saber Haji, Farshid Karbassian, Shams Mohajerzadeh, Aida Ebrahimi, Yaser Abdi and Michael D. Robertson, 2007, "Nano-crystalline silicon thin film transistors on PET substrates using a hydrogenation-assisted metal-induced crystallization technique", Amorphous and Polycrystalline Thin-Film Silicon Science and Technology 2006, 910, pp. 441-446
  • Nishit Goel, Chengye Dong, Joshua A Robinson, Srinivas Tadigadapa and Seyedehaida Ebrahimi, , "Gel-integrated impedimetric biosensors based on Au-Ni microelectrodes enable in situ detection of E. coli metabolism", Elsevier
  • Chengye Dong, Donna Deng, Kehao Zheng, Ritvik Muralidharan, Joshua Robinson and Aida Ebrahimi, , "Highly Sensitive Detection of Ascorbic Acid using Electronic Devices based on 2D MoS2", Biomedical Engineering Society, Annual Meeting
  • Ritvik Muralidharan, Joshua Noble, Chen Zhou, Zhiwen Liu and Aida Ebrahimi, , "Point-of-Care Detection of Bacterial Viability using Dynamic Laser Speckle Imaging", Biomedical Engineering Society, Annual Meeting

Other

  • Piyush Dak, Aida Ebrahimi, Vikhram Swaminathan, Carlos Duarte-Guevara, Rashid Bashir and Muhammad A. Alam, 2016, "Droplet-based Biosensing for Lab-on-a-Chip, Open Microfluidics Platforms", BIOSENSORS-BASEL, 6, (2)

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

  • Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship Award, Purdue University, August 2015 - August 2016
  • Rising Star in EECS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, November 2015
  • Meissner Fellowship Award, Purdue University, August 2011 - August 2014

Service

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About

The Department of Biomedical Engineering administers the undergraduate major in biomedical engineering, and is a part of the university-wide Intercollege Graduate Degree Program, offering both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Bioengineering. Our work combines traditional engineering principles with medicine and technology for the betterment of human health and society. 

Department of Biomedical Engineering

122 Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-863-6614