Dr. Yehya Senousy recieved his MSc. and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) from University of Louisville (UofL), USA, in Summer 2007 and Spring 2012, respectively.
His PhD research focused on the creation of three dimensional electrodes with different microfabrication techniques using the cleanroom facilities at University of Louisville. These electrodes are used in microfluidics applications such as pumping and mixing fluids in microchannels. His field of research includes fabrication of devices on silicon, Silicon dioxide, silicon on insulator and glass wafers. He has strong experience with UV photolithography, sputtering, e-beam evaporation, resist developing and processing, wet etching, dry etching and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). He started a postdoctoral position on May 2012. His postdoctoral research focused on creating flexible electronics devices by transferring patterned metal and silicon dioxide to PDMS.
Publications, conference papers, and presentations with Harnett Lab: