Daniel Ramez | Technion | Israel
Education: 2001- B.Sc. Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Technion.2006 -M.Sc. Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Tel-Aviv University.2011- Ph.D. Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Tel-Aviv University. Professional affiliations:
2014- Assistant professor 2010-2014- post-doctoral in the Synthetic Biology Center and Electrical Engineering at MIT. 2000-2006- Device/design engineer in Tower Semiconductor
1. R. Daniel, J. Rubens, R. Sarpeshkar, and T. K. Lu, “Synthetic Analog Computation in Living Cells”, Nature May 2013, doi:10.1038/nature12148. 2. R. Daniel, S. S. Woo, L. Turicchia, and R. Sarpeshkar, “Analog Transistor Models of Bacterial Genetic Circuits,” Proceedings of 2011 IEEE Symposium on Biological Circuits and Systems (BioCAS) Conference, 333-336, San Diego, CA, November 2011. 3. R. Daniel, R. Almog, and Y. Shacham-Diamand, “Characterization Methods of a Whole-Cell Bioluminescent Biosensor “, IEEE Sensor Journal, vol. 10 (2), 274-280, 2010. 4. R. Daniel, R. Almog, Y. Sverdlov, S. Yagurkroll, S. Belkin and Y. Shacham-Diamand, “Development of a Quantitative Optical Biochip Based on a Double Integrating Sphere System that Determines Absolute Photon Number in Bioluminescent Solution: Application to Quantum Yield Scale Realization,” Journal of Applied Optics, vol. 48, 3217–3225, 2009. Selected to Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics Vol. 4, 2009. 5. R. Daniel, R. Almog, A. Ron, S. Belkin, and Y. Shachm-Diamand, “ Modeling and Measurement of a Whole-cell Bioluminescent Biosensor Based on a Single Photon Avalanche Diode,“ Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol. 24, 882-887, 2008. 6. R. Daniel, Y. Shaham-Diamand and Y .Roizin “Interface States In Cycled Hot Electron Injection Program/Hot Hole Erase Silicon–Oxide-Nitride–Oxide–Silicon Memories” Applied Physics Letters, vol. 85 (25), 6266-6268, 2004.
Main Research Interests
Applying engineering to biology: Principles of genetic circuit design and synthetic biology. We use principles inspired by electrical and computer engineering to design and construct new biological systems for biotechnology and biomedical applications. Cytomorphic electronics; analog circuit design for modeling biochemical reactions and biological networks. Bioelectronics- Whole cell biosensors for biomedical applications. Bio-electrochemical systems for energy applications.
Cytomorphic electronics; analog circuit design for modeling biochemical reactions and biological networks. Bioelectronics- Whole cell biosensors for biomedical applications. Bio-electrochemical systems for energy applications.