C.V. (in PDF) - Artem Dementyev

Artem Dementyev
Cambridge, MA, USA
[email protected]
Website: http://artem.dementyev.us
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
• Ph.D., Media Arts and Sciences, 9/2013 - present
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
• M.S., Electrical Engineering. 9/2011 - 8/2013
• Concentration: VLSI and embedded systems.
University of Maryland, College Park, MD
• Bachelor of Science, Bioengineering. 9/2006 – 6/2009
Montgomery College, Rockville, MD
• Associate of Science, Life-Sciences. 9/2004 -6/2006
Research Interests
Wearable health monitoring systems
Brain computer interface
Ubiquitous computing
Wireless sensor networks
Ubicomp Student Travel Award, 2013
Ubicomp Honorable Mention Award, 2013
IEEE RFID Student Travel Award, 2013
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, 2012
NIH Outstanding Post-Baccalaureate IRTA Award. 2011
Research Experience
MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA
Graduate Researcher: 8/2013 - present
Advisor: Professor Joseph Paradiso
University of Washington, Electrical Engineering Department, Seattle, WA
Graduate Researcher: 10/2011 - 8/2013
Advisor: Professor Joshua R. Smith
• Developed a battery-free EEG recording system, powered by UHF RFID
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Worked on wirelessly powered bistable displays
Microsoft Research, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Research Intern: 6/2012 – 9/2012
Advisors: Dr. Steve Hodges, Stuart Taylor
• Prototyped input devices for mobile phones and researched the efficiency of
wireless protocols.
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) –
- National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD
Volunteer: 8/2009 – 11/2009
Postbaccalaureate Research Fellow: 11/2009 – 9/2011
Advisor: Dr. Alexander Gorbach
• Led independent research project to design miniature wireless sensors, which
connect to Android OS mobile phone or PC, for real time data display, storage,
transmission for long-term skin and ambient temperature.
• Conducted clinical research in non-invasive imaging, and did data analysis by
applying digital signal processing, and medical statistics.
Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
Research Intern: 12/2005 – 6/2006
Mentor: Dr. Jorge Santiago-Blay
• Made measurements and did image analysis to determine proportions of insect
species in an independent project.
Professional Experience
Human Biosciences Inc, Gaithersburg, MD
Engineering Intern, 5/2009 – 9/2009
• Programmed and repaired electrical systems of production equipment, for
manufacture of collagen based medical wound dressings.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), College Park, MD
Engineering Intern: 7/2007 – 9/2008
• Determined whether products such as canned soup and sauces were free of
harmful microorganisms.
IEEE IMS Student Volunteer, 2013
Engineers Without Borders (EWB), College Park, MD
Design Lead: Peru Water Project: 9/2008 – 4/2009
Team Member: Burkina Faso Water Project: 9/2007 – 8/2008
• Led design of water tank baffles that are easy to install, inexpensive and
significantly improve safety of the water supply in region of rural Peru.
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Collaborated with students, professors and professional engineers to design and
implement solar powered pumps in Burkina Faso (West Africa).
Teaching Experience
Teaching Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
• MAS.500: Intro to Applied Machine Learning Module, 2/2014 – 3/2014
• MAS.S63: Silicon Menagerie: From Bioinspiration to Biomimetics, 2/2014 –
Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
• EE399: Design of Digital Circuits and Systems, 3/2012 – 6/2012
• EE542: Advanced Embedded Systems Design, 12/2011 – 3/2012
• EE447: Control Systems Analysis, 9/2011 – 12/2012
CAD software: Rhinoceros 3D
Electrical software: Altium, Eagle, Cadence
Computing software: MATLAB
Embedded Platforms: Atmel, Android, MSP430, ARM
Programming languages: C, C++, C#, Python, Java, JavaScript, HTML
Operating systems: Mac OS, Linux, Windows
Other skills: Analog, digital and mixed circuit design, RF design, PCB design, 3D
printing, signal processing, embedded systems, metal and wood machining, electron
and light microscopy
Fluent languages: Russian, English
Peer-Reviewed Conference Publications
1. A. Dementyev, J Paradiso. “WristFlex: Low-Power Gesture Input With Wrist-Worn
Pressure Sensors” ACM UIST, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2014 (to appear)
2. A. Dementyev, J Gummeson, D. Thrasher, A. Parks, D. Ganesan, J. R. Smith, A. P. ‘
Sample " Wirelessly Powered Bistable Display Tags ". ACM International Joint ‘
Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp), Zurich, Switzerland,
2013, Honorable Mention Award
3. A. Dementyev, and J. Smith. " A Wearable UHF RFID-Based EEG System" IEEE
RFID, 2013, Orlando, Florida
4. A. Dementyev, S. Taylor, J. Smith, S. Hodges “Power consumption analysis of
Bluetooth Low Energy, Zigbee, and ANT sensor nodes in cyclic sleep scenario” IEEE
International Wireless Symposium, 2013, Beijing, China.
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5. A. Dementyev, A. Behnaz, A, Gorbach “135-hour battery life skin temperature
monitoring system using Bluetooth cellular phone” IEEE Radio and Wireless
Symposium, 2013, Austin, Texas.
6. C.G. Scully, W. Liu, J. Meyer, A. Dementyev, K. H. Chon, P. Innominato, F. Levi,
A. M. Gorbach (2010) “Time-frequency analysis of skin temperature in a patient with
a surface tumor monitored with infrared imaging”. Proceedings of 10th Quantitative
Infrared Thermography Conference, 2010:81-88, Montreal.
1. S.W. Leigh, E. Dreshaj, A. Dementyev, P. Maes, and V. M. Bove. LIMBO:
Reprogramming and Augmenting Muscle Activities using Electrical Stimulation, CHI
2014, Workshop paper in "Workshop on Assistive Augmentation."
1. A. Dementyev, J. Meyer, A.M. Gorbach “A low-power device with wireless
smartphone connectivity for continuous monitoring of skin temperature” National
Institutes of Health Postbac Poster Day (Bethesda, May 2011)
2. A. Dementyev, C.G. Scully, W. Liu, J. Meyer, A.M. Gorbach. “Continuous
monitoring of skin temperature fluctuations using wireless dermal patches” mHealth
Summit (Washington D.C. November 2010)
3. C.G. Scully, A. Dementyev, W. Liu, J. Meyer, P. Innominato, F. Levi, A.M Gorbach.
“Ultradian and circadian rhythms identified by wireless skin temperature patches”
National Institutes of Health Research Festival (Bethesda, October 2010)
Master's Thesis
Applications of RF-powered computing systems: wearable EEG monitor and bistable
display tag, Artem Dementyev, M.S. E.E. University of Washington, August 2013
Selected Media Coverage
Gizmodo, August 2013, This NFC Powered Bonus E-Ink Display for Your Phone Needs
No Batteries
TechSpot, August 2013, NFC technology can be used to wirelessly power an Eink
ExtremeTech, August 2013, E-ink display wirelessly powered by NFC, offers a second
screen for your second screen
NFC World, August 2013, Researchers demonstrate eink display powered by NFC
1. Quick-release self-contained medical electrode. M. Aziz, L. Considine, A. Dementyev,
N. Olivares, A. Adekoya, J. Rustag. U.S. patent. US20130172724, 2013.
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