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Ryan Field

  • Ph.D. Student
  • Columbia University
  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in Ryan's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 3Followers

Research interests

I am interested in exploiting the advantages of integration that are associated with CMOS to improve biomedical imaging instrumentation. My current project is workMy research interests center around novel applications of CMOS technology. In particular

About

For Biographcial Information, see the link to my personal webpage below.

Followers (3)

  • Victor Henning

    Victor HenningBauhaus University Weimar

  • Paul Pan

    Paul PanColumbia University

  • Lauren Grosberg

    Lauren Grosberg

Following (3)

  • Victor Henning

    Victor HenningBauhaus University Weimar

  • Paul Pan

    Paul PanColumbia University

  • Lauren Grosberg

    Lauren Grosberg

Publications (5)

  • A 100 fps, Time-Correlated Single-Photon-Counting-Based Fluorescence-Lifetime Imager in 130 nm CMOS

    • Field R
    • Realov S
    • Shepard K
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  • An integrated CMOS quantitative-polymerase-chain-reaction lab-on-chip for point-of-care diagnostics

    • Norian H
    • Field R
    • Kymissis I
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  • A 100-fps Fluorescence Lifetime Imager in Standard 0.13-um CMOS

    • Field R
    • Shepard K
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  • Supplement: A low-noise, single-photon avalanche diode in standard 0.13 μm complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor process

    • Field R
    • Lary J
    • Cohn J
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  • Finite Element Analysis of Planar Micromachined Silicon Electrodes for Cortical Stimulation

    • Field R
    • Ghovanloo M
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Professional experience

Ph.D. Student

Columbia University

September 2007 - Present

Research Intern

IBM Watson Research Lab

May 2008 - September 2008(4 months)

Education

Ph.D.

Columbia University

September 2007 - Present

M.S. Electrical Engineering

Columbia University

September 2007 - May 2008(8 months)

B.S. Electrical Engineering

North Carolina State University

August 2002 - May 2007(5 years)

B.S. Physics

North Carolina State University

August 2002 - May 2007(5 years)