Makarand (Mak) Paranjape

 

 


 

Makarand (Mak) Paranjape is an Associate Professor in the Physics Department, having joined the faculty in 1998. His entire education (BSc, MSc and Ph.D.) is in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta (Edmonton) in 1993, and has held post-doctoral appointments at Concordia University (Montreal), Simon Fraser University (Vancouver), and University of California (Berkeley). From 1995-'98, Paranjape was a consultant at the Istituto per la Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica (IRST) in Trento Italy. He holds key intellectual property in a unique biomedical technology for sensing human glucose concentrations using a painless transdermal patch. Paranjape is Associate Editor for Biomedical Microdevices and an editorial board member for Sensors and Materials. His research focuses on the engineering of functional sensors, mainly for biomedical applications, fabricated in the Georgetown Nanoscience and Microtechnology Laboratory (GNμLab), where is the Director. Prof. Paranjape has a record of involving undergraduate and graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and even high-school students in many aspects of his research.




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Feb 15th 2016

Course addresses introductory electricity and magnetism topics including: Electrostatics, Conductors capacitors and dielectrics, Electric circuits, Magnetic fields, and Electromagnetism using calculus.

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