Sep 2021: Prof. Rajaraman was recently elected to a leadership position in the MEMS/Sensors/Transducers Community as a Member of the Board of Directors of Transducers Research Foundation charged with the mission to stimulate research in science and engineering, with emphasis on technologies related to transducers, microsystems, and nanosystems, and to foster the exchange of ideas and information between academic, industrial, and government researchers. For more info, please visit: https://www.transducer-research-foundation.org/discover_TRF/officers_and_directors.html       •       Aug 2021: Prof. Rajaraman is co-organizing and co-hosting an online mini-symposium on bioelectronics for pain and addiction. For more information and registering to attend the symposium for free, please visit: https://mistcenter.org/meeting/ultimate/bioelectronics/       •       July 2021: Nilab graduated with her Ph.D. in Chemistry, successfully defending her Ph.D. on July 1, 2021. Congrats Dr. Azim!       •       June 2021: Our work on “Tri-Modal 3D MEAs" won the Best Poster Award at the recently concluded virtual meeting, IEEE Transducers 2021. For more info please visit: https://transducers2021.org/home/award_winners.html       •       June 2021: The NanoBioSensors and Systems Group welcomes a new undergraduate students - Jennifer Nguyen, B.S. student in Mechanical Engineering and Rhondra Giscombe, B.S. student in Materials Science & Engineering. Welcome Jennifer and Rhondra!       •       May 2021: The Rajaraman Group welcomes a new student to the group: Omar Cepeda Torres, NSF REU student joins us for summer 2021 from Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. Welcome Omar!       •       April 2021: The group’s first journal paper with a high school student as the first author will be published in the Journal of Young Investigators. Here’s an early press release about it: https://www.jyi.org/2021-may/2021/5/1/press-release-microneedles-to-help-overcome-a-major-citrus-crop-disease       •       March 2021: Our review paper on 2D and 3D MEAs was chosen among a select few articles in IoP JMM as “Highlights of 2020”: https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/0960-1317/page/highlights-of-2020       •       Feb 2021: The NanoBioSensors and Systems Group welcomes a new undergraduate student - Aliyah Baksh a B.S. student in Biology. Welcome Aliyah!       •       January 2021: We start the Spring 2021 semester still under COVID restrictions. The NanoBioSensors and Systems Group welcomes a new graduate student - Andre Childs, a Ph.D. student in Materials Science and Engineering. Welcome Andre!       •       December 2020: Two of the three submitted papers from the group got accepted to MEMS 2021 including a paper for Oral Presentation. For more information on the program, please visit: https://www.mems21.org/program/MEMS2021_Program.pdf       •       November 2020: Cacie graduated with her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, successfully defending her Ph.D. on Nov. 20, 2020. Congrats Dr. Hart!       •       October 2020: Prof. Rajaraman will attend BioFlorida 2020 held virtually. For more information, please visit: https://biofloridaconference.pathable.co/agenda       •       September 2020: Prof. Rajaraman is part of the organizing committee for the North American Materials Colloquium Series (NAMCS) promoting top Materials researchers across North America. For more details please visit: http://namcs.org       •       September 2020: Prof. Rajaraman is giving an invited talk at the annual IEEE NEMS Meeting on Impedance-based Biosensors. For more details please visit: https://ieee-nems.org/2020/       •       August 2020 We start a Fall semester unlike any other. The NanoBioSensors and Systems Group welcomes a new graduate student - Jorge Manrique Castro, a Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering. Welcome Jorge!       •       July 2020: Five of the Seven (5/7) papers the NanoBioSensors & Systems Group submitted to the special issue of IEEE JMEMS for Hilton Head 2020 were accepted and are available online: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/tocresult.jsp?isnumber=4357932       •       June 2020: Research Labs around UCF are beginning to slowly open following university guidelines: https://corona.research.ucf.edu. The NanoBioSensors and Systems Lab is open currently.       •       May 2020: Dr. Rajaraman presented at the inaugural UCF CECS Virtual Faculty Seminar Series. The title of his talk was "Makerspace Micro/Nanofabrication of Biomedical and Agricultural MicroSystems".       •       March 2020 - May 2020: The NanoBioSensors and Systems Lab was closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.       •       February 2020: Both of our submitted abstracts were accepted (57% acceptance rate) for poster presentation at the Hilton Head MEMS Meeting 2020. For more details on the terrific program, please visit: https://www.hh2020.org       •       February 2020: For the third year in a row, Laboni Santra a 11th grade student from Oviedo High School and a volunteer in the lab won multiple awards at the Seminole County Science, Math and Engineering Fair held on February 6, 2020. Laboni won: 1st place in Plant Sciences category and Special awards from the U.S. Metric Association and the Yale Science and Engineering Association, including Nomination to Florida State Science and Engineering Fair and Nomination to Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Anaheim, California. Incredible accomplishment for three years straight! Carry on this tremendous success Laboni! Congratulations!       •       January 2020: Dr. Rajaraman will attend the IEEE MEMS 2020 (https://www.mems20.org) and present one poster on DLP 3D Printing of High Aspect Ratio structures from the group.       •       January 2020: Happy New Year! The NanoBioSensors and Systems Group welcomes a new graduate student - Julia Freitas Orrico, a masters student in Nanotechnology. Welcome Julia!       •       November 2019: Dr. Rajaraman, Avra, Khalid, Chuck, Paola and Laboni will attend NanoFlorida 2019 to present 2 talks and one poster. For more details, please visit: https://www.nanoflo.org       •       October 2019 Dr. Rajaraman attended the 15th Tissue Chips Consortium Meeting in Washington, DC. For more information on the meeting, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/15th-nih-tissue-chip-consortium-meeting-registration-65125708748       •       September 2019: Dr. Syed Khalid Pasha joined the group as a post-doctoral fellow. Welcome Khalid!       •       August 2019: Dr. Rajaraman attended the Nordic Organ on a Chip Meeting in Tampere, Finland and gave an invited talk at the meeting on the development of 2D and 3D Microelectrode Arrays. For more information on the meeting, please visit: https://events.tuni.fi/nooc2019/       •       August 2019: The Rajaraman Group welcomes a new volunteer, Nicholas Alban a sophomore in ECE. Welcome Nick!       •       July 2019: Chuck successfully defended his M.S. thesis on July 3, 2019. His thesis is entitled: DEVELOPMENT OF 3D PRINTED AND 3D METAL-BASED MICRO/NANOFABRICATED, AND NANO-FUNCTIONALIZED, MICROELECTRODE ARRAY (MEA) BIOSENSORS FOR FLEXIBLE, CONFORMABLE, AND IN VITRO APPLICATIONS. Congrats Chuck! He starts his Ph.D. at UCF in Fall 2019.       •       June 2019: Chuck and Dr. Rajaraman attend the Transducers-Eurosensors 2019 Meeting (https://transducers-eurosensors2019.org) and present 2 posters from the group.       •       June 2019: The Rajaraman Group welcomes new students to the group: Paola Morales Carvajal, NSF REU student joins us for summer 2019 from Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico and Parker Arnett, junior in Mechanical Engineering joins the group as a volunteer. Welcome Paola and Parker!       •       May 2019: New paper from the group is published in IEEE JMEMS. Please see the link for details and downloading options: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8709727       •       May 2019: Rajaraman Group students have won several awards and fellowships: Charles Didier was awarded the ORCGS Doctoral Fellowship for Ph.D. studies starting Fall 2019. This university fellowship was created by the Office of Research and College of Graduate Studies to be awarded to outstanding incoming doctoral students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement, preparation, and potential for successful graduate study at UCF. Congrats Chuck!; Cacie Hart won a Doctoral Research Support Award from the College of Graduate Studies. Congrats Cacie!; Julia Orrico won a Office of Undergraduate Research Student Research Grant. Congrats Julia!       •       April 2019: Laboni’s project entitled “A Minimally-Invasive 3D-Printed Microneedle Array Applicator System (µNAAS) for Delivery of Therapeutics to Citrus Leaf Tissue” won First Place in the 64th State Science and Engineering Fair of Florida in the area of Plant Sciences. Laboni’s project was also selected as a Finalist (top 5 in all of Central Florida) for the Dr. Nelson Ying Award. Laboni will present for this award a compete for the top prize at the end of April 2019. Congratulations Laboni on such amazing accomplishments.       •       March 2019: New paper from the group is published in RSC Advances. Please see the link for details and downloading options: https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2019/ra/c8ra09116a#!divAbstract       •       Both of our submitted abstracts were accepted (44% acceptance rate) for poster presentation at the IEEE Transducers-Eurosensors 2019. For more details, please visit: https://transducers-eurosensors2019.org       •       February 2019: Laboni Santra, a 10th grade student from Oviedo High School and a volunteer in the lab won multiple awards for the second year running at the Seminole County Science, Math and Engineering Fair held on February 2, 2019. Laboni won - 1st place Plant Sciences Category, Nominee for State Science and Engineering Fair of Florida, Best of Show, 1st Alternate for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair - An amazing accomplishment for two straight years. Congratulations Laboni!       •       February 2019: Adam Rozman, a freshman in Mechanical Engineering joined the lab as a volunteer. Welcome Adam!       •       January 2019: Happy New Year! The NanoBioSensors and Systems Group welcomes a new graduate student (co-advised with Prof. Tetard, NSTC and Department of Physics) - Miguel Tirado, a masters student in Nanotechnology. Welcome Miguel!       •       January 2019: New papers from the group are published in Biosensors and IEEE JMEMS. Biosensors paper link: https://www.mdpi.com/2079-6374/8/4/88 IEEE JMEMS paper link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8604145       •       November 2018: Cacie, Chuck and Dr. Rajaraman attend the MicroTAS 2018 Meeting and present 2 posters from the group. Both Cacie and Chuck won travel awards to attend the meeting, from NSTC (UCF), Student Government Association (UCF), College of Graduate Studies (UCF) and from the organizing committee of MicroTAS, the Chemical & Biological Microsystems Society (CBMS). Congrats Cacie and Chuck!       •       November 2018: Dr. Rajaraman was invited to give a talk at the Third Annual Materials Innovation in Sustainable Agriculture (MISA) Symposium. For more details, please visit: http://nanoscience.ucf.edu/misa/symposium.php       •       October 2018: Dr. Rajaraman, Avra, Crystal and Laboni will attend NanoFlorida 2018 to present 3 posters and one invited talk. For more details, please visit: http://411.fit.edu/nanoflorida/       •       October 2018: Dr. Rajaraman gave the ECE Seminar at Georgia Tech on Oct 3, 2018.       •       September 2018: Darina Khater joins the group as an undergraduate volunteer. Welcome Darina!       •       August 2018: Dr. Rajaraman was featured and interviewed on the Nanovation Podcast. For more details and to listen to the Podcast, please visit: http://www.fillerlab.com/nanovation/archive/40       •       July 2018: Two of our abstracts were accepted for poster presentation at the MicroTAS 2018 Meeting.       •       July 2018: Two of our abstracts to the MEA 2018 Meeting were accepted and Sarah & Sandra attend the meeting to present the work.       •       June 2018: Nilab, Avra and Dr. Rajaraman attend the Hilton Head MEMS 2018 Meeting and present 2 posters from the group. Nilab won two travel awards to attend the meeting, one from NSTC (UCF) and another from the Transducers Research Foundation. Congrats Nilab!       •       May 2018: Ms. Crystal Nattoo from the University of Miami joins the group as a NSF Research Experience Undergraduate (REU) scholar. Welcome Crystal!
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Dr. Swaminathan Rajaraman
Assistant Professor & Principal Investigator
Primary Affiliations

NSTC, Department of Materials Science & Engineering

Secondary Affiliations

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences

swaminathan.rajaraman@ucf.edu

Principal Investigator

Swaminathan Rajaraman received his B.S. degree in Electronics Engineering from Bharathidasan University (Trichy, India), his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering (specialization Semiconductors and Micro/NanoEngineering) from the University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, OH) and his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering (specialization Neuroscience and Micro/NanoEngineering) from the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA) respectively.

He is an Assistant Professor in the NanoScience Technology Center and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL). He has secondary joint appointments in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL). He runs a very interdisciplinary group composed on Electrical Engineers, Biomedical Scientists, Material Scientists, Mechanical Engineers and Chemists. Prior to his academic appointment, he has worked in the Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) industry with Analog Devices Inc., (Cambridge, MA), a world-leader in MEMS manufacturing and CardioMEMS (now Abbott Labs, Atlanta, GA) which developed the world’s first FDA approved implantable MEMS pressure sensor. Dr. Rajaraman worked on developing MEMS micromirrors and implantable MEMS pressure sensors respectively at Analog and CardioMEMS. He has further co-founded Axion BioSystems Inc. (Atlanta, GA), a world-leader in high-throughput Microelectrode Arrays (MEAs) and MEA systems. His current research interests include in-vitro and in-vivo Microelectrode Arrays (MEAs), micro/nanofabrication, micro/nanofabrication on novel, biological substrates, microneedles, agricultural microsystems, microfluidic devices, multimodal cell-based nanosensors, 3D printing and implantable MEMS devices. He had additionally taken steps to form his first spin off company out of UCF called Primordia BioSystems (https://primordia.tech).

He has published more than 55 articles in peer-reviewed journals and conferences and holds 25 patents and applications. So far, he has raised close to $6 Million in funding for his research and product development activities at Axion and at UCF. Axion has raised more than $30 Million in non-dilutive and venture funding and employs close to 60 people worldwide with revenues of several million every year. All the five (5) products he has developed to date at Axion are in volume production. The high-throughput Microelectrode Arrays products have been used in excess of 1 million experiments worldwide in over 200 sites as of 2019.

Dr. Rajaraman was the Track Chair for a Bioelectric Sensors session in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC) 2010, a Session Co-Chair at NanoFlorida 2018 & 2019 and a Session Co-Chair for IEEE MEMS Conference 2020. He has served on the Technical Program Committee (TPC) of IEEE Transducers 2021, the Solid State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop (Hilton Head 2014 and 2016), IEEE MEMS 2021 and served as the Vice Chair for Commercial Development at the Hilton Head 2020 meeting. Further, he has served on the TPC of IEEE Sensors Conference in 2016 and 2017. He is also one of the five organizers of the North American Materials Colloquium Series (namcs.org), a novel virtual seminar series on new materials research across 36 universities to promote post-docs and senior Ph.D. students attracting 500+ attendees weekly. He has reviewed papers for numerous journals in MEMS, Microfluidics, Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, Materials Science, Optics and other disciplines. He regularly reviews proposals for the NSF, internal UCF proposals, ZonMW Netherlands healthcare funding agency and Oak Ridge Affiliated Universities Powe Award funding opportunities. Since 2019, he also serves on the Editorial Board of Nature Scientific Reports.

Current Team Members

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Chuck Didier M.Sc.
PhD Student
Research Assistant

Affiliations
NSTC, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences

charlesmdidier@knights.ucf.edu

Education:
B.S. Biomedical Sciences, UCF, 2015
B.S. Biotechnology, UCF, 2015
M.S. Nanotechnology, UCF, 2019
Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences, 2022

Background & Interests: Chuck is looking to research how variants in 3D MEA technology can be applied to implants for Prosthetic signaling applications. Always a student of the sciences, he has been guided towards Prosthetics from an early age where he learned of his cousins need for a lower limb prosthetic (provided by Ottobock). His interest in Biology and Medicine throughout his Undergraduate career led him to the Nanoscience Technology Center at UCF where he hopes to begin research and development on neural Implant devices to bridge the gap between traditional and advanced prosthetic devices, and the human body. He hopes to pursue his PhD in the future within the field of Biomedical Engineering, with an emphasis on Nanotechnology and its applications in the industry.

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Julia Orrico
Master’s Candidate Research Assistant

Affiliations
NSTC

juliaorrico@knights.ucf.edu

Education:
B.S. Biotechnology, UCF, 2019
M.S. Nanotechnology, 2021

Background & Interests: Research focuses on the characterization and optimization of Microelectrode Arrays (MEAs) for medical applications. As an Undergraduate, Julia was involved with the Nanoscience Technology Center (NSTC) at UCF, where she developed her interest for the nanotechnological function of devices in the Biomedical field. Currently, Julia coordinates a collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Biosciences (LABIBC) of the College of Medicine at the University of Brasilia (UnB), in Brazil. She hopes to contribute to the development of diagnostic tools for diseases such as Celiac and Chagas, and hospital-acquired infections.

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Jorge Manrique
BSEE, MBA

Manrique.Jorge@knights.ucf.edu

Education:
B.S. Electronics Engineering, National University of Colombia, 2007.
M.S. Business Administration, University of Valle, 2018.
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, University of Central Florida.

Background & Interests: Jorge worked in the industrial instrumentation field over more than 10 years in Colombia. He focused his professional job in process control and measurement of variables like level, pressure, flow, temperature, weight, humidity, proximity, analytical and electrical using industrial sensors and data acquisition systems from different manufacturers. Jorge’s experience ranges from Oil & Gas to Environmental and applications in Paper, Sugar Cane Mills, Food, Beverages and Cement industries mainly. He served as trainer of technicians and engineers in and out-house and worked for the last 3 years in Colombia as instrumentation consultant. Passionate about new learnings about measuring and monitoring, current Jorge’s interests are related to designing, testing and optimizing nano technologies involving Microelectrode Arrays (MEA’s) and Micro/Nano Electromechanical Systems (M/NEMS) for real-life applications in biosystems. Nano sensors development, microfabrication techniques and correlating electronics and materials science to human activities monitoring are his incoming challenges.

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Andre Childs
PhD Candidate
Research Assistant

Affiliations
Department of Materials Science & Engineering, NSTC

Andre.Childs@Knights.ucf.edu

Education:
A.S. Nanotechnology, Northwest Vista Community College, 2012
B.S. Physics w/ Minor in Chemistry, University of Texas at San Antonio, 2016
M.S. Physics, University of Central Florida, 2018
Ph.D. Material Science and Engineering, 2023

Background & Interests: In the past Andre has worked on the synthesis of biocompatible noble nanoparticles and their affect in Surface Enhance Raman Scattering and the fabrication of hydrogel synthesis, Anticorrosive Materials, Density Functional theory and Atomic Layer Deposition. I am interested in the applications and using my previous knowledge to combine new discoveries with polymers for medical devices and implantable electronics.

Interests include SEM characterization, nanolithography, STEM characterization. Atomic Layer Deposition, Microfluidic devices Body on a chip and improving labs using Blockchain and Machine Learning. He hopes that his contributions will help advance personalized healthcare

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Aliyah Baksht
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Affiliations
NSTC, Department of Biology

aliyahbaksh@knights.ucf.edu

Education:
B.S. in Biology, 2021

Background & Interests: Aliyah began her undergraduate studies in high school through her school’s Dual Enrollment Program. Upon transferring to UCF in 2018, she got involved in undergraduate research at the Nanoscience Technology Center(NSTC) by joining the Nano-optics research group, led by Dr. Debashis Chanda. Her research focus concerned the development of nanophotonic biosensors and in-vitro diagnostics (IVDs), particularly those that aid in the detection of critical neurotransmitters, antibodies and even viral infections, such as Dengue. Presently, the viral detection platform established during her time there is being expanded as a quick and reliable test for COVID-19. Aliyah has also been involved in the ever-expanding field of genomics and bioinformatics through her participation in a research-intensive course under the supervision of Dr. Anna Forsman, where she performed gut microbiome/bacterial metabarcoding via the 16S rRNA gene.

Aliyah aspires to pursue a career as a medical scientist and contribute to the advancement of revolutionary medical treatments, therapies and cures. She is particularly interested in the realm of predictive, preventive and personalized medicine, by which she believes platforms, such as Nerve-on-a-chip, will further facilitate.

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Adam Rozman
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Affiliations
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, NSTC

admrozman@knights.ucf.edu

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Jennifer Nguyen
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Affiliations
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, NSTC

jennguyen@Knights.ucf.edu

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Kaleb Zhai
Research Assistant

Affiliations
NSTC

kaleb.zhai@gmail.
com


Past Students & Employees (At UCF)

Year Name Position Location Current Position
2021 Omar Cepeda Torres NSF REU Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Junior at Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
2021 Nilab Azim Ph.D. Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Research Scientist, NASA
2021 Laboni Santra High School Researcher Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Pre-med undergrad@MIT
2021 Parker Arnett Undergraduate Research Assistant Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory
2021 Frank Sommerhage Post-Doctoral Fellow Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory CTO, Primordia BioSystems
2021 Avra Kundu Post-Doctoral Fellow Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Microelectronics Lab Manager, ECE, UCF
2020 Cacie Hart Ph.D. Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Process Engineer, Sandvik
2020 Nicholas Alban Undergraduate Research Assistant Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Junior in ECE at UCF
2020 Miguel Tirado Masters Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Orange County Public Schools
2020 David DeRoo Post-Doctoral Scholar Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory CEO, Primordia BioSystems
2020 Syed Khalid Pasha Post-Doctoral Scholar Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Intel Corp
2019 Darina Khater Undergraduate Research Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Sophomore @ UCF
2019 Paola Morales Carvajal NSF REU Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Junior at Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
2016-18 Tariq Ausaf Undergraduate Research Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Texas Instruments
2018 Crystal Nattoo NSF REU Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory PhD Student @ Stanford
2017-18 Sarah Fremgen Undergraduate Thesis Project Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Graduate Student in Germany
2017-18 Sandra Springer Undergraduate Thesis Project Student Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory Graduate Student in Germany
2017 An Nguyen Graduate Volunteer Nanobiosensors & Systems Laboratory LifeSouth

Past Students & Employees (Prior to UCF)

Year Name Position Location Current Position
2015 Alex Weidenbach MEMS Development Engineer Axion Biosystems Graduate Student @ Georgia Tech
2015 Andrew Willsie Senior MEMS Development Engiener Axion Biosystems Axion Biosystems
2013 Phillip Tyler Senior MEMS Development Engiener Axion Biosystems Veeco Instruments
2014-15 Ganda Li Undergraduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems Epic
2012-14 Chancellor Shafor Undergraduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems Law Student @ UF
2012-14 Ricardo Aguilar MEMS Development Engiener Axion Biosystems Intel
2012 Lara Gartner Undergraduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems QGenda
2011-14 Alexis Shoenborn MEMS Development Engiener Axion Biosystems Tronics Microsystems
2011-15 Gareth Guvansen Graduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems Boston Consulting Group
2011-12 Ian Henrich Undergraduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems Graduate Student @ UPenn
2009-11 Robert Grier Process Engineer Axion Biosystems Axion Biosystems
2009-11 Jamie James Undergraduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems Becton Dickinson & Company
2009-13 Chandana Karnati MEMS Development Engiener Axion Biosystems Alcon
2009 Liang Guo Graduate Co-Op Technical Staff Axion Biosystems Assistant Professor @ OSU