Portable Electrochemical System for Flexible Hybrid Electronics
Date of Award
Master of Science in Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Massood Z. Atashbar
Dr. Bradley J. Bazuin
Dr. Binu B. Narakathu
Electrochemical, portable, electronics, sensors, Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE)
Masters Thesis-Campus Only
Restricted to Campus until
This work focuses on the fabrication and design of a portable electrochemical sensing system for flexible hybrid electronic (FHE) sensors. A three-electrode chemical sensor was fabricated using copper tape on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) substrate, using laser etching process. An electronic circuit was designed to measure the sensor response through electrochemical techniques to detect different concentrations of glucose. The device was calibrated to give the user a concentration value in 5 seconds. The system was also designed to preform tests such as cyclic voltammogram and chronoamperogram for various chemicals. A Bluetooth Low Energy module was used to wirelessly transmit the results to a smart phone for post analysis. The system was powered with a 3.7V lithium polymer battery using an average of 2.8 mA during the test.
Hanson, Anthony Joseph, "Portable Electrochemical System for Flexible Hybrid Electronics" (2019). Master's Theses. 5102.