Lieuwe Leene completed his PhD at Imperial College London specialising in developing integrated CMOS circuits for implantable healthcare devices. He received his BEng. Electronic Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and his MSc Analogue and Digital Integrated Circuit Design from Imperial College London. Lieuwe then joined the NGNI Neural Interfaces group at the Center for Bio-Inspired Technology as PhD student. Currently he holds a post-doc position at Imperial with the NGNI group.
Lieuwe specialises in mixed signal circuit design and data converters using time-domain techniques for more efficient asynchronous processing.
Jakub graduated from Imperial College with MEng (Hons) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2017. Jakub is currently pursuing a PHD at Imperial in Circuits and Systems (CAS) research group with the objective to graduate in early 2021.
Jakub is investigating circuits which at their heart utilise memristors to provide the control. Jakubs main research interest includes filter tunability through memristor programming and understanding and utilisation of observed memcapacitive behaviour isn some devices.
Jiawei Shen received his MSc Analogue and Digital Integrated Circuit Design from Imperial College London in 2018 and BEng. Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham. Jiawei joined Circuits and Systems (CAS) research group in 2019 as research assistant and part-time PhD.
The primary researches of Jiawei are the analogue and RF circuits that utilises memristors.