Short Bio:

Dr. Edward Song joined the Department of ECE at UNH in 2015 and is currently the director of the BioMEMS and Nanoelectronics Lab. He is the recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2019).

Education:

PhD, Louisiana State University, 2014

MS, University of Alberta, 2007

BS, Queen's University, Canada, 2004

Research Interests:

  • Electrochemical Biosensors​

  • Aptamer-based Molecular Detection

  • Graphene FETs for Biosensing

  • Neurochemical Monitoring

  • BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip Systems

Teaching Activities:

  • Linear Circuit Analysis and Electronic Circuit Design

  • Semiconductors and Solid-State Devices

  • Micro-/Nano-fabrication and Microsystem Devices 

Professional Activities and Other Affiliations:

Featured Articles

Non-Enzymatic Electrochemical Detection of Glutamate using Templated Polymer-Based Target Receptors

H.M.N. Ahmad, B. Si, G. Dutta, J.R. Csoros, W.R. Seitz, and E. Song

Transducers 2019, Berlin, Germany

The Effects of Impurities on the Electrochemical Characterization of Liquid Phase Exfoliated Niobium Diselenide Nanosheets

H.M.N. Ahmad, S. Ghosh, G. Dutta, A.G. Maddaus, J.G. Tsavalas, S. Hollen and E. Song

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019.

© 2019 by Edward Song at University of New Hampshire, Durham NH USA