Vladimir A. Pozdin’s research focus is the development of thin film sensing devices for health monitoring. In addition, Dr. Pozdin uses sensing platforms in instrumented microphysiological systems to probe physiological response to stimuli in cell cultures. Dr. Pozdin completed his Ph.D. in Materials Science at Cornell University while researching the design and growth of organic semiconducting materials. After completing graduate school, he studied carbon nanotube composites at the Nanotech Institute. Before joining FIU faculty in 2020, Dr. Pozdin was a postdoctoral scholar at NC State in iBionics and BioInterface Labs at NC State University. Vladimir Pozdin’s research on wound monitoring is funded through the ASSIST ERC. In addition, Vladimir Pozdin is a co-PI on an NSF grant “SenSE: AI-Driven, Resilient and Adaptive Monitoring of Sleep” investigating multimodal sensing and machine learning for sleep monitoring. Vladimir Pozdin is actively involved in fostering research among FIU undergraduate students and organizes an annual undergraduate research symposium.
Wearable health monitoring, In-situ sensing, Organic electronics, Flexible inorganic devices, and Tissue Scaffolds