Novel Materials for

 Future Electronics

 Bio-Organic Electronics Lab 



Currently, there are 4 PhD, 3 Masters, and four undergraduate students in the group who are working on their projects. Learning from each other and sharing their scientific findings have been a culture in the group that has helped every member of the lab to expand their knowledge beyond their own projects. 



The active projects in the group are:

  1. Electronic Nose

  2. Photoactive supercapacitors

  3. Piezo materials for photo-electronic devices

  4. 3D Printed wearable and stretchable electronics

  5. Thin-film and wearable energy storage devices

  6. Biosensors

Research Facilities

Bio-Organic Electronics Lab is equipped with advanced instruments for variaty of electrochemical and solar cell experiments. Additionally, facilities for synthesizing and characterizing thin films of organic and crystalline materials are available. The list of equipments are available in the "Facilities" page.


Bio/Organic Electronics Group was established in the fall of 2010 in Electrical Engineering Department and is one of the network labs of the Clean Energy Research Center (CERC), at the University of South Florida. Our group started its work in August 2010 with the aim of making an impact in the fileld of clean energy production.


Arash Takshi, Ph.D.
Electrical Engineering
Associate Professor
Office: ENC 2502 - Mail Code: ENB 118
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33620, USA

Phone: 813 4213037

Lab: 3720 Spectrum Blvd. Room 201

Tampa, FL 33620

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