Session 11 - CMOS Biochips and Bioelectronics
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S: 11-1 CMOS Biochips: Challenges and Opportunities (Invited), (Outstanding Invited Paper Nominee)
(Authors: A. Hassibi, N. Wood, A. Manickam, InSilixa, Inc.)

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S: 11-2 A 16×20 Electrochemical CMOS Biosensor Array with In-Pixel Averaging Using Polar Modulation
(Authors: Chung-Lun Hsu*, Alexander Sun*, Yunting Zhao*, Eliah Aronoff-Spencer**, Drew A. Hall*, *Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of California San Diego, ** School of Medicine University of California San Diego)

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S: 11-3 A Sub-1 uW Multiparameter Injectable BioMote for Continuous Alcohol Monitoring, (Outstanding Student Paper Nominee)
(Authors: H. Jiang, X. Zhou, S. Kulkarni, M. Uranian, R. Seenivasan, D. Hall, University of California San Diego)

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S: 11-4 CMOS electronics probe inside a cellular network (Invited)
(Authors: Jeffrey Abbott, Ling Qin, Tianyang Ye, Marsela Jorgolli, Rona S. Gertner, Hongkun Park, Donhee Ham, Harvard University )

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S: 11-5 StimDust: A 6.5mm3, Wireless Ultrasonic Peripheral Nerve Stimulator with 82% Peak Chip Efficiency, (Outstanding Regular Paper Nominee)
(Authors: Benjamin C. Johnson, Konlin Shen, David Piech, M. Meraj Ghanbari, Ka Yiu Li, Ryan Neely, Jose M. Carmena, Michel M. Maharbiz, Rikky Muller, University of California, Berkeley)

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S: 11-6 Towards a 1.1 mm2 Free-Floating Wireless Implantable Neural Recording SoC
(Authors: P. Yeon, M.S. Bakir, M. Ghovanloo, Georgia Institute of Technology)

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S: 11-7 A Wireless, Low-Drift, Implantable Intraocular Pressure Sensor with Parylene-on-oil Encapsulation
(Authors: A. Agarwal, A. Shapero, D. Rodger*, M. Humayun*, YC. Tai, A. Emami, California Institute of Technology, *USC Keck School of Medicine)

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