zajdel [at] eecs [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
I am a first-year PhD student at UC Berkeley advised by Michel Maharbiz.
I am working at the interface between nature and technology, interested in synthetic biology, bioelectronics, and genetic circuit design.
- M.A. Demir, J.T. Johnson, and T.J. Zajdel, ``A Study of the Fourth-Order Small Perturbation Method for Scattering from Two-Layer Rough Surfaces,'' IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol. PP, no. 99, pp. 1-9, February 2012.
T.J. Zajdel and B.J. Kwon, ``Asynchronous Stimulation for Cochlear Implants,'' Ohio State Denman Undergraduate
Research Forum. Columbus, OH, 9 May 2012.
1st Place, Engineering Division - 2012 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum.
- T.J. Zajdel and J.T. Johnson, ``Perturbation Theory of Wave Scattering from Rough Layered Media for Application to Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture,'' Ohio State Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Columbus, OH, 11 May 2011.
- T. Zajdel, ``Asynchronous Stimulation for Cochlear Implants.'' Ohio State University Undergraduate Honors Thesis, June 2012. [Slides]
- Analysis and design in circuits - Grader, Ohio State University, Fall 2011
- Fundamentals of engineering honors - Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Ohio State University, 2009-2012. Voted Most Outstanding UTA 2010.
- Spotlight article on my undergraduate work: ``Lending a Helping Hand: Tom Zajdel,'' 7 June 2012.
- Article on some of the research done by me and my Ohio State classmates: ``ECE Students Excel at Denman Undergraduate Research Forum,'' 11 May 2012.