About Dr Omid Kavehei

Dr Omid Kavehei is working on broader application of nano- and micro-electronics in biomedical, neuromorphic computing, cyber-physical security and sensory.

Learning lessons from recent advances in neuroscience, machine learning, nanotechnology, electrophysiology and electronics, Omid aims to design low-power nano-enabled and neuro-inspired systems to seamlessly work with a wide variety of wearable and implantable sensors.

Omid's most significant contribution to the field of medical devices is the development of a retinal prosthesis for chronic high acuity stimulation. He also significantly contributed to the fields of nanoelectronics and cyber-physical security by the invention of nano-enabled tuneable security for portable and connected electronic gadgets.

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Selected publications

  1. H. Nili, G. Adam, B. Hoskins, M. Mahmoodi, F.M. Bayat, M. Prezioso, J. Kim, O. Kavehei, D. Strukov, "Programmable Hardware-Intrinsic Security Primitives Enabled by Analogue State and Nonlinear Conductance Variations in Integrated Memristors," Nature Electronics, 1(3), pp. 197-202, (2018)
  2. J. Kim, H. Nili, T. Ahmed, J. Yang, D.S. Jeong, P. Beckett, S. Sriram, D.C. Ranasinghe, O. Kavehei, "A Physical Unclonable Function with Redox-based Nanoionic Resistive Memory," IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 13(2), pp. 437-448, (2017)
  3. A. Zavabeti, J.Z. Ou, B.J. Carey, N. Syed, R.O. Trigg, E. Mayes, C. Xu, O. Kavehei, A.P. O'Mullane,R.B. Kaner, K. Kalantar-zadeh, T. Daeneke, "A liquid metal reaction environment for the room-temperature synthesis of atomically thin metal oxides," Science, 358(6361), pp. 332-335, (2017)
  4. N. Truong, L. Kuhlmann, M.R. Bonyadi, J. Yang, A. Faulks, O. Kavehei, "Supervised Learning in Automatic Channel Selection for Epileptic Seizure Detection," Expert Systems with Applications, 86, pp. 199-207, (2017)
  5. H. Nili S. Walia, A.E. Kandjani, R. Ramanathan, P. Gutruf, T. Ahmed, S. Balendhran, V. Bansal, D.B. Strukov, O. Kavehei, M. Bhaskaran, S. Sriram "Donor-Induced Performance Tuning of Amorphous SrTiO3 Memristive Nanodevices: Multistate Resistive Switching and Mechanical Tunability," Advanced Functional Materials, 49(3) (2014)
  6. V. Kornijcuk, O. Kavehei, H. Lim, Y. J. Seok, S. K. Kim, I. Kim, W. S. Lee, B. J. Choi, and D. S. Jeong "Multiprotocol induced plasticity in artificial synapses" Nanoscale 6 24 (2014)
  7. N. Tran, S. Bai, J. Yang, H. Chun, O. Kavehei, Y. Yang, V. Muktamath, D. C. Ng, H. Meffin, M. Halpern, and S. Skafidas "A complete 256-electrode retinal prosthesis chip" IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 49(3), pp. 751-765, (2014)
  8. O. Kavehei, E. Linn, L. Nielen, S. Tappertzhofen, E. Skafidas, I. Valov, and R. Waser "An associative capacitive network based on nanoscale complementary resistive switches for memory-intensive computing" Nanoscale 5(11) (2013)
  9. O. Kavehei, A. Iqbal, Y.S. Kim, K. Eshraghian, S.F. Al-Sarawi, D. Abbott, "The fourth element: characteristics, modelling and electromagnetic theory of the memristor," Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Science, 466(2120), pp. 2175-2202, (2010)
  10. O. Kavehei, S.F. Al-Sarawi, K.R. Cho, K. Eshraghian, D. Abbott, "An analytical approach for memristive nanoarchitectures," IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 11(2), pp. 374-385, (2012)