Principal Investigator

Yasser Khan

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Southern California

Yasser completed his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2018. He received his B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, respectively. Yasser’s research focuses on additive manufacturing and hardware AI to produce skin-like wearables, implantables, and ingestibles. These medical devices are being used for precision health and psychiatry.

Yasser received the EECS departmental fellowship at UC Berkeley, discovery scholarship and graduate fellowship at KAUST, and academic excellence scholarship at UT Dallas. Yasser published over 40 research publications in the most reputed platforms in the field, which were highlighted by BBC News, Wall Street Journal, NSF News, and attracted over $2 million in research funding.


Open Positions ✨

Prospective students and postdocs: If you want to work on exciting bioelectronics and medical devices at the intersection of engineering and medicine, please feel free to reach out to Prof. Khan. We are looking for candidates with experience and interests in additive manufacturing, flexible and stretchable electronics, bioelectronics, sensors, embedded systems, and hardware AI.

Postdoctoral Fellows

PhD Students



Research area: Biophotonic devices

Masters Students

Undergraduate Students