The sensors are made to translate the world in which we live in order to understand it. At KAUST, I can focus on how to make this understanding even more reliable and accurate through instrumentation.
Building 3, level 3, desk 3203-WS23, sea side
- Embedded Systems
- Sensing platforms
- Harvesting energy
- Communication Theory
- M.Sc., EE, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, 2019
- BSc, EE, Federal University of Piaui, Brazil, 2011
Honors & Awards
- 2021 Saudi Aramco’s Creative Solution Program. Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
- 2021 First place in PCBway's PCB Design Tutorial contest. (Online)
- 2019 First place in IEEE Sensors & Measurement Student Contest, Auckland, New Zealand.
- 2019 First place in Cypress's April Fools Giveaway WICED Design Ideas Competition, (Online)
- 2018 First place at Winter Enrichment at KAUST (WEP) Idea Competition, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia.
- 2016-2017 Excellence at Work as Team Member of AIESEC in Teresina, Teresina, Brazil
- 2015 Best Design and Presentation at Demola's Final Spring Meeting- Present Process & Results, Budapest, Hungary
- 2014-2015 Science Without Borders Full Scholarship, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary
- 2014 First place in the 8th Prize of Science and Technology of Piauí, Teresina, Brazil
José Ilton is currently a PhD student on the track of Electro-physics in the Electrical Engineering Department, CEMSE, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). José is focused on instrumentation, prototyping and communication theory.
Education and Early Career
José Ilton did his bachelor’s in electrical engineering on the track of Power Systems at Federal University of Piaui with 1.5-year exchange period at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, in 2015. At King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) he did his master’s in electrical engineering on the topic of Simultaneous Lightwave Information and Power Transfer (SLIPT). He is now pursuing his PhD also at KAUST, in the topics of instrumentation and underwater communication systems.
José’s research interests are found in the area of instrumentation, prototyping and communication systems. His aim is develop a cheap and reliable underwater network system.
Filho, J.I.O., Trichili; A., Ooi, B. S., Alouini, M..S, Salama, K.N. (2020), Toward Self-Powered Internet of Underwater Things Devices, IEEE Communications Magazine, (58), 68 – 73.
Filho, J.I.O., Trichili; A., Ooi, B. S., Alouini, M..S, Salama, K.N. (2022). Self-Powered Weather Station for Remote Areas and Difficult-Access Locations. Optics Express, v. 30, n. 2, p. 2668-2679.
Rauf S., Lahcen, A. A., Aljedaibi A., Beduk T., Filho, J.I.O., Salama K. N. (2021). Gold Nanostructured Laser-Scribed Graphene: A Versatile Electrochemical Biosensing Platform for Point-of-Care Diagnostics. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 113116.
Beduk T., Beduk D., Filho, J.I.O., Zihnioglu F., Cicek C., Sertoz R., Arda B., Goksel T.,Turhan K., Salama K.N., Timur S. (2021). Rapid Point of Care COVID-19 Diagnosis with a Gold Nanoarchitecture Assisted Laser-Scribed Graphene Biosensor. Analytical chemistry, 93(24), 8585-8594.
Lahcen, A.A., Aljedaibi, A., Filho, J.I.O., Mani, V., Alshareef, H.N., Salama K.N. (2021). Laser-scribed graphene sensor based on gold nanostructures and molecularly imprinted polymers: application for Her-2 cancer biomarker detection. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, v. 347, p. 130556.
Rajaji, U., Chinnapaiyan, S., Chen, S., Govindasamy, M., Filho, J.I.O., Khushaim, W., Mani, V., Salama, K.N. (2021). Design and fabrication of yttrium ferrite garnet-embedded graphitic carbon nitride: a sensitive electrocatalyst for smartphone-enabled point-of-care pesticide (mesotrione) analysis in food samples. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, v. 13, n. 21, p. 24865-24876.
Mani, V., Chinnapaiyan, S., Rajaji, U., Chen, S., Filho, J.I.O., Khushaim, W., Mani, V., Salama, K.N. (2022). Fabrication of thulium metal–organic frameworks based smartphone sensor towards arsenical feed additive drug detection: Applicable in food safety analysis. Electrochimica Acta, 401, 139487.
Beduk T., Filho, J.I.O, Ait Lahcen, Abdellatif; Salama, Khaled Nabil (2021). Inherent Surface Activation of Laser-scribed Graphene decorated with Au and Ag nanoparticles: Simultaneous Electrochemical Behaviour towards Uric Acid and Dopamine. Langmuir, 37 (47), 13890-13902.
Beduk T., Filho, J.I.O., Beduk D., Zihnioglu F., Cicek C., Sertoz R., Arda B., Goksel T.,Turhan K., Salama K.N., Timur S. (2022). 'All In One'SARS-CoV-2 variant recognition platform: Machine learning-enabled point of care diagnostics. Biosensors and Bioelectronics: X, 100105.
Beduk T., Gomes M., Filho, J.I.O., Shettya S. S., Khushaima W., Garcia-Ramireza R., Durmus C., Lahcen, A.A., Salama K.N. (2022). A portable molecularly imprinted sensor for on-site and wireless environmental Bisphenol A monitoring. Frontiers in Chemistry, 76.
Rauf, S., Tashkandi, N., Filho, J.I.O., Oviedo-Osornio, C. I., Danish, M. S., Hong, P. Y., & Salama, K. N. (2022). Digital E. coli Counter: A Microfluidics and Computer Vision-Based DNAzyme Method for the Isolation and Specific Detection of E. coli from Water Samples. Biosensors, 12(1), 34.