Lecturer Email: Stewart.Smith@ed.ac.uk Telephone: +44(0)131 6507471Location: 1.07 Scottish Microelectronics CentrePersonal Page: http://www.homepages.ed.ac.uk/ssmith13/ Engineering Discipline: Electronics and Electrical EngineeringResearch Institute: BioengineeringResearch Theme: BioengineeringMaterials and StructuresSensorsSmart MEMS and Microsystems TechnologyResearch Publications Biography: Recent Activity: Research Article: "Low-dose acetaminophen induces early disruption of cell-cell tight junctions in human hepatocytes and mouse liver", W. Gamal et. al., Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 37541 (2017) doi:10.1038/srep37541, Full Text Link. Blog for Research the Headlines: "Doomed – Should we be worried that NASA is sending a mission to investigate a potentially hazardous asteroid?" Webinar: "IMPACT and Electroceuticals: getting better with electricity" Academic Qualifications: PhD, The University of Edinburgh, Title: "Sheet Resistance and Electrical Linewidth Test Structures for Semiconductor Process Characterisation", 2003, EPSRC funded project. B.Eng. (Hons.), Electronics and Electrical Engineering (Microelectronics), The University of Edinburgh, 1997 Professional Qualifications and Memberships: Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, The University of Edinburgh, 2013 Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, 2013 Member of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Young Academy of Scotland, 2012-2017 Senior Member of the IEEE since 2012 Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology since 1997 Teaching: Year Coordinator for 4th Year Electronics and Electrical Engineering degree programmes Course organiser - Biosensors 4 (ELEE11094) and Biosensors MSc (PGEE11041) Course organiser - Biosensor Instrumentation 5 (ELEE11076) and Biosensors and Instrumentation (PGEE11040) Lecturer on Digital System Design 4 (ELEE10007) and Digital System Design MSc (PGEE10008) Lab coordinator for Microelectronics 3 (ELEE09021) Research Interests: IMPACT Project I am a co-investigator on the Implantable Microsystems for Personalised Anti-Cancer Therapy (IMPACT) research programme which is funded by EPSRC and led by Professor Alan Murray. Bioelectronics Research Applications of microelectronics and microsystems technology for bioelectronic interactions with biological systems, including dielectrophoresis, biosensors and bioimpedance measurements. Microelectronic Test Structures Design of test structures for the characterisation of new materials and processes for microsystems technology. Smart Microsystems Integration of novel microsystems technologies with CMOS integrated circuits. Label free cell sorting You can watch this video on or on YouTube.