Andreas Tsiamis received the B.Sc. degree in Computer Science, B.Eng. degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Edinburgh. His Ph.D. thesis was on “Electrical test structures and measurement techniques for the characterisation of advanced photomasks”.
He is currently a Post-doctoral Research Associate with the Institute for Bioengineering and based at the Scottish Microelectronics Centre. He joined the School of Engineering in 2011 and has been working primarily on the development of novel sensor systems for biological, chemical and medical applications. His research involves developing and using innovative semiconductor fabrication/processing techniques and materials, both at wafer and die level. Projects he has worked in the past include the European collaborative project METOXIA and EPSRC research programme IMPACT. He has authored over thirty journal and conference publications and has frequently presented his work at the IEEE International Conference on Microelectronic Test Structures (ICMTS).
Andreas has been a guest lecturer for BioSensors and Instrumentation (PGEE11040) / BioSensor Instrumentation 5 (ELEE11076) and a teaching assistant for Analogue Electronics (Project) 4 (ELEE10021) / Analogue VLSI A (ELEE11041).