By utilizing world class research facilities in KAUST, the milestone Electronic Nose device is being developed to protect your health from the harmful gases in the pollution dominant world.
- Organic electronics
- Gas sensor arrays
- Embedded systems
Desk Location: Building 3, Level 3, WS-3201.
- Master of Technology in Solar and Alternative Energy Engineering., Amity University, Noida, India, 07/2016 – 05/2018
- Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication, Anna University, Chennai, India, 06/2012 – 05/2016
Saravanan Yuvaraja have joined KAUST as a PhD student in Electrical Engineering under Electrophysics track. His main focus is to fabricate novel gas sensor arrays and integrate them with the embedded circuits to build Electronic nose device for protecting the people from harmful environment.
Education and early career
Saravanan Yuvaraja had completed his Master of Technology in Solar and Alternative Energy Engineering at Amity University, Noida, India in 2018. His main research focus was to fabricate and characterize the 1-D Modified Silicon nanowires and device suitable for future optoelectronic and room temperature chemical sensing applications at Amity Chemical Sensing Laboratory. During this period of research, he had achieved by demonstrating the self-powering capability and high detectivity nature in the modified Silicon nano-wires based UV photodiodes.
Saravanan is interested in working with organic electronics, gas sensor arrays and embedded systems.