We design, fabricate and package custom ultrasonic transducers for your desired ultrasound application.
Single element ultrasonic transducers for a specific frequency and element shape.
Designed for imaging applications. Custom 1D arrays with desired size and number of elements.
Fabricated on glass with through vias.
Omer Oralkan is the president and the co-founder of ClearSens. He is a faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NC State University. His research interests are at the interface of electrical engineering and the life sciences, particularly on using integrated circuits and underlying technologies to implement medical devices and supporting systems for diagnostics and therapy. More specifically, his current research focuses on developing devices and systems for ultrasound imaging, photoacoustic imaging, image-guided therapy, biological and chemical sensing, and ultrasound neural stimulation.
Feysel Yalcin Yamaner is the CEO and the co-founder of ClearSens. He is also a Research Faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at NC State University. He has an extensive experience in microfabrication. He worked for various research institutes around the world. He was a visiting researcher with the VLSI Design and Education Center (VDEC), Tokyo, Japan, in 2006, and a visiting scholar in the Micromachined Sensors and Transducers Laboratory, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA, in 2008. He was a Research Associate with the Laboratory of Therapeutic Applications of Ultrasound, French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, Lyon, France in 2011. Currently, he focuses on developing micromachined devices for ultrasonic sensing, imaging, and therapy.
Ali Onder Biliroglu is a skilled engineering professional with a Master of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering and 10+ years of experience in hardware development. He has extensive hands on experiences for hardware design, development, and verification. He also has expertise in testing and troubleshooting hardware and electronic systems using lab bench equipment, and firmware development for embedded systems.
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Clearsens Inc. is awarded $2M STTR Phase II funding to develop a wearable ultrasound device for divers. The device will play a critical role in detection of decompression stress.