Ph.D. Candidate, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jimmy G. D. Hester is a research assistant in the ATHENA group, working toward his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering (M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology). His research interests lie at the interface between radio frequency engineering and material science, in the form of flexible electronics technologies and nanotechnologies. He is developing solutions for the use of carbon nanomaterials and optimized RF structures towards the implementation of inkjet-printed flexible, low-cost, ubiquitous gas sensors for internet of things and smart skin applications.
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