formal2Sherry Abbasi, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty, Electrical Engineering


Sherry Abbasi received her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from University of Washington in 2011. In her thesis, titled ‘Integrating top-down and bottom-up nanomanufacturing: Controlling the growth and composition of seeded nanostructures’, an innovative nanomanufacturing method is explored and optimized. Upon graduation, she started her career as Senior System Design Engineer at Lumedyne Technologies. She worked on design, simulation, and testing of a Time Domain Switched (TDS) accelerometer.

Dr. Abbasi joined University of San Diego as an adjunct faculty for Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering in 2014. She is also doing collaborative research with Biomedical Engineering Department at University of California, San Diego on data analysis of glucose sensors for diabetic patients.