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Sharmistha Bhadra

Sharmistha Bhadra
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Email address: 
sharmistha.bhadra [at] mcgill.ca
Full Member
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Sustainable Industrial Processes & Manufacturing
Current research: 

Sharmistha Bhadra received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Manitoba in 2015. Before joining to McGill University, she was a NSERC postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia. Her research interest includes printed electronics, sensors and actuators, microelectronics, RF/microwave circuits & systems.

Aiming to develop low-cost innovative technology solutions, Dr. Bhadra researches printed and flexible electronics, micro/nanoelectronics, sensors and actuators, and RF/microwave circuits and systems. In particular, she is interested to develop low-cost, low-power bio and chemical sensors and medical implants.

Areas of interest: 
  • Non-destructive detection of fish spoilage using a wireless basic volatile sensor
  • Monitoring acidic and basic volatile concentration using a pH-electrode based wireless passive sensor
  • Fluid embeddable coupled coil sensor for wireless pH monitoring in a bioreactor
  • Corrosion potential sensor for remote monitoring of civil structure based on printed circuit board
  • A wireless passive sensor for temperature compensated remote pH monitoring
  • A wireless embedded passive sensor for monitoring the corrosion potential of reinforcing steel
  • Electrode potential-based coupled coil sensor for remote pH monitoring
  • Wireless passive sensor for remote pH monitoring
  • Near field chip-less tag for food quality monitoring
  • An inductively coupled passive tag for remote basic volatile sensing
  • Wireless passive sensor for pH monitoring inside a small bioreactor
  • A wireless volatile organic absorption pH sensor using a mixed metal oxide electrode
  • An embedded inductively coupled printed circuit board based corrosion potential sensor
  • A wireless passive pH sensor for real-time in vivo milk quality monitoring
  • Inductively coupled corrosion potential sensor for steel reinforced concrete with time domain gating interrogation
  • A wireless passive sensor for pH monitoring employing temperature compensation
  • A wireless passive pH sensor based on pH electrode potential measurement
  • Coupled coil sensor for detecting surface corrosion on steel reinforcement
  • Coupled resonant coil sensors with increased interrogation distance

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