Faculty mentor: Ross Walker
My work has been related to the study of potentiostats, which are circuits used to read data from electrodes used in nonscientific experiments. Specifically, I focused on potentiostats, which are circuits used to characterize electrodes. Due to the increasing numbers of electrodes in arrays, it is advantageous to develop the means to characterize electrodes faster than with available technology. My research was limited due to the coronavirus outbreak, but I still made productive use of my time.
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