We show a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) integration strategy to monitor drug intake, using a low-cost paper sensor-based flexible electronic system integrated inside the cap of a drug container. The add-on system is easy to install or remove, enabling an easy implementation for practical use that will ultimately mitigate drug overuse.
Muhammad Mustafa Hussain (PhD, ECE, UT Austin, Dec 2005) is a Visiting Professor of EECS, UC Berkeley. He is also a Professor of Electrical Engineering, KAUST. He was Program Manager in SEMATECH (2008-2009) and Process Integration Lead for 22 nm node FinFET CMOS in Texas Instruments (2006-2008). His research is focused on futuristic electronics which has received support from DARPA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GSK-Novartis, Saudi ARAMCO and SABIC. He has authored 350+ research papers and patents. His students are working in MIT Media Lab, Stanford, Caltech, UC Berkeley, Harvard, UCLA, Intel, TSMC, and DOW Chemicals. He is a Fellow of American Physical Society and Institute of Physics (UK), a distinguished lecturer of IEEE Electron Devices Society, and an Editor of IEEE T-ED. His research has been extensively highlighted by international media (CNN, Fox News, Washington Post, WSJ, IEEE Spectrum, etc.) including being featured by Scientific American as one of the top 10 world changing ideas in 2014.
mmh Labs innovates and develops electronics which were not imagined before because the existing electronics are not compatible for such futuristic vision. mmh Labs with its intellectually protected highly manufacturable and CMOS compatible heterogeneous integration strategies have invented physically flexible and often stretchable paper thin ultra-light weight wearable or add-on standalone electronic systems for healthcare, power supply, convenience and safety. Such electronics are stylish, personalized, power savvy, smart and can be either worn comfortably or can be attached to any object like a sticker. Some prominent products are Bluefin™, Shifa™, Shouro™, Secal™, Kompo™ and Saver™.