Position available: research assistant to develop customized circuit board and app

Undergrad research assistants are sought for the development of a customized Arduino board for a wearable sensor. The goal of the research project is to develop a wireless transceiver for communication between a wearable sensor and a smartphone. Those who are selected as the research assistant will be involved in designing a Bluetooth circuit board and learn how to manufacture a printed circuit board (PCB). Also, the assistant could be involved in developing an android app and a wearable sensor. Assistants will work with one or two undergrads as a team and have the opportunity to be a co-author of a publication. Candidates should have a science or engineering background. Biomedical engineering or electrical engineering background is preferred but is not limited. Experience in circuit designing and Arduino programming is a plus.

Those interested should contact: Dong-Hoon Choi, Assistant Research Scientist, Institute for Nanobiotechnology (dhchoi@jhu.edu)