Dr. Nathan Lazarus
Nathan Lazarus has worked extensively in areas ranging from mixed signal electronics to MEMS fabrication, with his Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon culminating in 2012 with the demonstration of the highest recorded fractional sensitivity to date for a capacitive chemical sensor topology integrated with CMOS electronics. Since joining US Army Research Laboratory in May 2012, Dr. Lazarus’s research has focused on stretchable power systems, 3D printing and self-folding origami. He has authored/co-authored 31 refereed journal articles and a book chapter, and has 12 patents awarded or pending.
Dr. Lazarus has also served as a part-time faculty member at George Washington University lecturing on microelectromechanical system design. He has received numerous awards including ARL’s Honorary Award for Engineering and the Rookie of the Year Excellence in Federal Career Award (Gold) from the Baltimore Federal Executive Board.