I have now left Oxford to become chair of Analogue Circuits and Image Sensors in Siegen in Germany. This is an old site and in due course will be redirected.
Till mid-2017, I was an Associate Professor in the department of
Engineering Science and a tutorial fellow of Somerville College.
Along with Prof. Steve Collins, I led the microelectronics
circuits and systems group at Oxford.
My research interests span a broad spectrum of analogue circuits and sensors for
biomedical as well as commercial applications.
On-going research projects
These are the areas which are currently being investigated in my group.
- CMOS Pixels for very low light and biomedical imaging
- Analogue to Digital Converters for image sensors
- Filters for colour imaging
- Coupled and nonlinear micro/nano electromechanical resonators including Graphene resonators
- Arrays on linear and nonlinear resonators
We are thankful for research funding from various sources which enables us to undertake our explorations. Our public funding is listed below.
In addition, we are supported by a number of European industries.
- European Doctorate in Image
Sensors and Optical nanotechnology, with Awaiba-Portugal and Glasgow University, Funded by the European Commission, 2013-2017
- Industry-Academic Research on Three-dimensional Image Sensors for
Transportation (iARTIST) with Vlatacom - Serbia, Tattile - Italy and Brno in Czech Republic, Funded by the European Commision,2014-2018
Designing Nanosystems: the CMOS Way, PI,Funded by the EPSRC, UK, 2015-2017
Wearable and flexible technologies enabled by advanced thin-film manufacture and metrology, Co-I,Funded by the EPSRC, UK, 2015-2019
Supercamera - Triple Wavelength superspectral camera with integrated
visible, infrared and terahertz detector, with University of Glasgow, Co-I,Funded by the EPSRC, UK
Multicorder , with University of Glasgow, Co-I,Funded by the EPSRC, UK
Compact MMIC Terahertz Sources in the 0.1-1 THz Range, with University of
Glasgow, Co-I, Funded by the EPSRC, UK
Univ. Prof. Dr. B Choubey
Chair, Analogue Circuits and Image Sensors
University of Siegen
Holderlinstr. 3, Siegen 57076, Germany