Mohammed Assadullah Khan

PhD Student
  • ​PhD in Electrical Engineering

Research Interests

1. MEMS Transducers
2. Magnetic Composites
3. Magnetic Tunnel Junction and Spin Transfer Torque devices
4. Neuromorphic computation​

Selected Publications

1. "Magnetic nanocomposite cilia energy harvester." IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 52, no. 7 (2016).
2. "Magnetic Tactile Sensor for Braille Reading." IEEE Sensors Journal 16, no. 24 (2016).
3. "A magnetoresistive tactile sensor for harsh environment applications." Sensors 16, no. 5 (2016).
4. "Bioinspired Ciliary Force Sensor for Robotic Platforms." IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 2, no. 2 (2017).
5. "Magnetic composite Hydrodynamic Pump with Laser Induced Graphene Electrodes." IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 53, no. 11.
6. "A miniaturized force sensor based on hair-like flexible magnetized cylinders deposited over a giant magnetoresistive sensor." IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 53, no. 11 (2017).


B.E., Electronics and Communication, Osmania University, India, 2008.
M.E., Microelectronic Systems, Indian Institute of Science, India, 2010.
PhD, Electrical Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, 2013 - Present.

Professional Profile

Work Experience
1. Design Engineer, Intel Labs, 2010 - 2013.
2. Teaching Assistant, Introduction to MEMS, Fall, 2017.
3. Reviewer, IEEE Transaction on Magnetics.
4. Reviewer, IEEE Sensors journal.


1. Gold Medal, B.E., Osmania University Affiliated Colleges(2004 - 2008).
2. 14th All India Rank, Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers (Electronics and Communication), 2008.
3. Alumni Medal (annual award for the best student), Indian Institute of Science(2009-2010).
4. Intel Quality Award, 2012.