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Mahmoud Almasri is an associate professor in electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Missouri. Almasri’s research and published materials include metasurface-based uncooled silicon germanium oxide (Si-Ge-O) infrared material and detectors, impedance based microfluidic biosensors for rapid simultaneous and accurate detection of foodborne pathogens, waterborne pathogens, viruses and proteins, optical fiber based plasmonic sensors and Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) sensors for chemical and biological sensing, lab-on-chip for single cell malaria detection, MEMS capacitors and microstructures for power harvesting at low-frequency oscillations, and micropost arrays for mapping traction forces of vascular smooth muscle cells.
PhD from Southern Methodist University
MS from Bogazici University
BS from Bogazici University