My research interest include developing new diagnostic techniques and sensor systems for robotics, combustion, hypersonics, and biomedical applications.  I utilize optical spectroscopy, ultra-fast laser optics, digital holography, magnetostatics, stochastic system identification techniques, and mechatronics to study physical phenomena.  In order to develop instrumentation, I utilize mechanical, electrical, and software/firmware design.

I received my S.B. in 2008, double majoring in Mechanical Engineering and Economics at MIT. I completed my S.M. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT in 2010 and I worked on nonlinear stochastic system identification techniques.  I received my Ph.D. from MIT in February 2015 for my work on the design of miniature Fourier transform imaging spectrometers and advanced sampling techniques.  My graduate research was conducted in the MIT BioInstrumentation Lab, where I am currently a research affiliate. In 2018, I completed a postdoctoral appointment at Sandia National Laboratories and am currently an Assistant Professor in the Wooddruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech.

Contact: Ellen.Mazumdar@me.gatech.edu

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