- Ph.D., Materials and Manufacturing Technologies, University of California, Irvine (UCI) , expected Graduation: 2017.
- M.S, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,University of California, Irvine (UCI), GPA:3.882, September 2012.
- B.S., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), June 2010.
- PhD Research – UCI BioMEMS Lab Research and development of fabrication processes for carbon electrodes for energy harvesting and storing technologies:
- Enzymatic Biofuel Cell
- Developing an enzymatic fuel cell for wastewater remediation and energy regeneration
- Developing C-MEMS process for creating porous flow-through fuel cell system
- Developing process for controlling porosity of electrospun polymer mats
- Developing process to automate and better control Electromechanical spinning process for nanowriting polymer patterns
- Dye-sensitized solar battery
- developing a means of capturing and storing solar energy chemically
- Clean room training
- spin coating, mask aligner, wet bench (i.e. etching)
- Masters Research – UCI BioMEMS Lab Research into implantable biofuel cell devices: Glucose Oxidase Biofuel Cell Developed a novel immobilization technique for carbon electrodes for an enzymatic biofuel cell with a glucose oxidase anode and laccase cathode for implantable devices.
- NATCAR Research member – UCLA, Los Angeles, CA UCLA NATcar team member, Researched, developed and simulated a non-linear control system for controlling the NATcar (an autonomous miniature vehicle that follows an electric wire, which radiates a signal at a certain frequency)
- Bisht, Gobind S., et al. “Diffusion-free mediator based miniature biofuel cell anode fabricated on a carbon-MEMS electrode.”Langmuir 39 (2012): 14055-14064.
- Holmberg, Sunshine, et al. “3-D micro and nano technologies for improvements in electrochemical power devices.”Micromachines 2 (2014): 171-203.
- Holmberg, Sunshine, et al. “Bioelectrochemical Study of Thermostable Pycnoporus sanguineus CS43 Laccase Bioelectrodes Based on Pyrolytic Carbon Nanofibers for Bioelectrocatalytic O2 Reduction.”ACS Catalysis12 (2015): 7507-7518.
- ICOMM 2016 conference proceedings – submitted manuscript – publication pending
- SPIE 2016 Optics, Photonics and Nanoscience Engineering – Submitted 2 manuscripts
- ECS 2016 229th Meeting – attended
Broadcom intern – Irvine, CA Test engineer for Broadcom Bluetooth devices:
- Developed software to test the robustness of bluetooth devices
- Developed software for reading bluetooth device information and diagnosing bluetooth device errors
Physical Optics Corporation (POC) intern – Torrance, CA 6/10 – 6/11 Prototype development for SBIR projects:
- Developed LabVIEW software to control galvanometer mirrors for multiple LIDAR systems
- Developed software with LabVIEW to control and characterize miniature piezo-electric motors
- Conducted, modified, and improved a process for making photovoltaic cells for electrolysis of water for hydrogen fuel generation
Software: COMSOL, SolidWorks, LabVIEW, MATLAB, PSPICE, Taurus Supreme, Orcad, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, C++, Perl, Gamry Framework Scripts