Recent News

  • [Apr 7, 2024] Ovishake Sen is selected as a DAC Young Fellow for the 2024 cycle. Congratulations, Ovishake!
  • [January 29, 2024] WISE Lab will be involved in the Central Florida Semiconductors Innovation Regional Engine as a part of the UF team led by Dr. Y.K. Yoon. Further details on the Regional Engine can be found here, while the details on the NSF Inaugural Engines program can be found here.

  • [Aug 16, 2023] Everestus Ezike receives Dean’s Research Award (DRA) at UF for his graduate studies. Congratulations, Everestus!
  • [Aug 16, 2023] Three new Ph.D. students – Anyu Jiang,  Ratul Kundu, and Everestus Ezike join WISE Lab as incoming Ph.D. Students. Welcome, Anyu, Ratul, and Everestus.
  • [Aug 8, 2023] WISE Lab, along with the Neural Interface Technology Lab at UF and the Center for Internet of Bodies (C-IoB) jointly organized a Special Session on “Pioneering Wireless Technologies for Wearables and Implants” in the IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems(MWSCAS), held at Phoenix, Arizona, USA, during Aug 6-9, 2023.
  • [June 12, 2023] Ovishake’s first Journal Paper is accepted in MDPI Sensors on detecting speech and motor activities from neural signals (review). Congratulations, Ovishake!
  • [May 31, 2023] Our paper on Bi-Phasic Quasistatic Brain Communication for Fully Untethered Connected Brain Implants is Accepted in Nature Electronics (2023 Impact Factor: 33.255). This paper demonstrates how the conductive properties of the brain tissue can be utilized for creating a low-loss, electro-quasistatic mode of communication from a wireless brain implant to an external aggregator, and enable broadband/wideband data transfer in a deep brain implant due to the low end-to-end channel loss. The work was done when I was still a Ph.D. student at Purdue University. A big thanks, and huge congratulations to our collaborators, Dr. Shreyas Sen and Dr. Krishna Jayant.
  • [May 20, 2023] WISE Lab, along with the Neural Interface Technology Lab at UF and the Center for Internet of Bodies (C-IoB), is organizing a Special Poster Session on “Next-Gen Wearables and Implants: Harnessing the Power of the Internet of Bodies (IoB)” in the IEEE International Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), to be held at Toronto, Canada, during Oct 19-21, 2023.

  • [Apr 4, 2023] Congratulations to WISE Lab UG Researchers Anna, Pranay, and Kabir, who presented their work on Speech/Handwriting Recognition from Neural Signals at the 24th Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Florida.

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  • [Sept 22, 2022] Paper presented in ESSCIRC 2022, Milan, Italy: B. Chatterjee, Gaurav Kumar K., S. Xiao, G. Barik, J. Krishna and  S. Sen,  “A 1.8μW 5.5mm3 ADC-less Neural Implant SoC utilizing 13.2pJ/Sample Time-domain Bi-Phasic Quasi-static Brain Communication with Direct Analog to Time Conversion,” 2022 IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC), Milan, Italy, 2022.

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  • [Aug 16, 2022] Baibhab Chatterjee joins ECE Florida as an Assistant Professor. He will be working on low-power/energy-efficient and secure solutions for analog, mixed-signal and RF solutions for IoT, IoB, and Healthcare.


  • [Oct 10, 2022] WISE Lab has one more immediate opening for a Domestic PhD research scholar, preferably with an interest in Hardware Security Applications. Please contact me by email at with your CV.
  • [Sept 30, 2022] WISE Lab, along with The Tabrizian Group has an immediate opening for a post-doctoral position, preferably with experience in temperature and aging compensation of on-chip clock. Please contact me by email at with your CV.
  • [Aug 16, 2022] WISE Lab has two current openings for PhD research scholars. Please contact me by email at with your CV and interests. Prior experience with Circuit and System Design is preferred, but not essential.
  • [Aug 16, 2022] Master’s and UG students can gain experience with Analog/Mixed-Signal/RF/Digital circuit design and IoT/IoB system design with independent studies and/or research credits. And if you want to do more research/interested in converting to a PhD, “there’s always more room… :)”