CEAS - Electrical and Computer Engineeri - 0030
Dr. Tao Li is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) of the University of Cincinnati. Previously he was a research-track faculty member (Associate Research Scientist) and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the EECS Department and the Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Dr. Tao Li’s research interests include MEMS and microsystems, micromachined sensors and actuators, microfluidic devices, nontraditional microfabrication technologies, microsystem packaging and integration, and sensor electronic interfaces and embedded systems. Example applications include implantable/ingestible biomedical devices for sensing/sampling/actuating, wearable devices for healthcare, smart medical tools with embedded sensors/actuators, in vitro devices for biomedical studies, harsh environment monitoring devices for challenging natural or industrial conditions, sensors for Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), etc.
B.S.: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2000 (Precision Instruments)
M.S.: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2002 (Precision Instruments)
Ph.D.: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2009 (Electrical Engineering)
- MEMS and Microsystem Technologies:
- MEMS, micromachined sensors/actuators, microfluidic devices, and their system integration
- Traditional and nontraditional microfabrication and micromachining technologies, e.g. micro electro-discharge machining (micro-EDM) and micro ultrasonic machining (micro-USM)
- Packaging for microsensors, microactuators, and microsystems
- Analog and digital electronic interface for MEMS devices; embedded systems
- Power sources for microsystems
- Application Areas of Interest for Autonomous Microsystems:
- Biomedical devices, e.g. wireless wearable / implantable / ingestible devices, smart surgical / biopsy tools, in vitro devices for biomedical studies, etc.
- Environmental monitoring, e.g. harsh environment applications in downhole, deep sea, etc.
- Sensors for Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
Grant: #SUBK00011293 Investigators:Li, Tao 05-01-2019 -04-30-2020 Total Petrochemicals USA, Inc. Distributed Pressure Measurement System for Core Samples in LP/LT Cell Using Microsensors (DPSCore) Phase 3 Role:PI $100,000.00 Awarded Level:Industry
Grant: #N/A Investigators:Li, Tao 08-31-2019 -07-31-2020 UC Spring Semester Research Launch Awards Role:PI $3,500.00 Active
Grant: #R40221 Investigators:Li, Tao 07-01-2020 -12-31-2021 UC's Collaborative Research Advancement Grant Program - Track 1: Pilot Teams Toward Neural Circuitry Modeling for Schizophrenia based on Microfluidic Chips with Integrated Recording Electrodes Role:PI $20,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC
Grant: #70NANB21H014 Investigators:Buchberger, Steven; Li, Tao 01-01-2021 -12-31-2021 National Institute of Standards and Technology Research on Estimating Peak Demands and Measuring Pressure Losses in Premise Plumbing Systems Role:Collaborator $235,030.00 Active Level:Federal
Grant: #GR123832/SPC- 1000005026 / OWDA 8293 Investigators:Li, Tao; Buchberger, Steven 06-01-2021 -05-31-2022 Ohio Water Development Authority Wireless Distributed Sensor Network for Monitoring Fixture Use in Premise Plumbing Systems Role:PI $35,000.00 Active Level:State
Grant: #70NANB21H181 Investigators:Buchberger, Steven; Li, Tao 01-01-2022 -12-31-2022 National Institute of Standards and Technology Research on Estimating Peak Demands and Measuring Pressure Losses in Premise Plumbing Systems PHASE II Role:Collaborator 242754.00 Hold Level:Federal
Grant: #WSIC23-220513-001 Investigators:Balachandran, Sivaraman; Li, Tao; Lu, Mingming; Wang, Jun 07-01-2022 -06-30-2023 Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation Exposure-Protection Integrated Communicator (EPIC) to Improve and Promote PPE Usages in Ohio Workplace Role:Collaborator 0.00 Hold Level:Ohio, State of
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