The University of Southampton

Katie Chamberlain 

Manage CHB Labs based in Building 85 supporting Prof. Morgan's Biomedical Electronics Research group. Cleanroom fabrication in Zepler Institute Building 53 to make a wide range of devices used in Biomedical electronics research my speciality are bond-aligned and thermally compressed wafer processing to make microfluidic devices which are used in impedance experiments by the researchers in Building 85 CHB to study cell behaviour and in the marine environment. Provide technical support and demonstration teaching to undergraduates in the CHB labs and ECS summer Schools and postgraduate teaching in the TRC Cleanroom. I provide H&S advice to the School of ECS Research groups’ facilities, and this includes workplace inspections.


Other ,voluntary roles. I ran the Tech FEPS Forum to network with Technicians across the five faculty Schools since Feb 2018 till June 2020 and recently been involved with the Technician Commitment Implementation Group's 'Visibility group' to support Southampton University’s Technician Commitment action plan involves raising profiles of TAE staff internally and externally and to help organise the first ever University event for Technical staff (30th March 2022).


Research interests

Cleanroom fabrication and lithography supporting projects iFAST, EVFoundry, Tech Oceans


ECS Biomedical Electronics Engineering,  PGT and ECS Summer Schools provides technical support and demonstration on modules ELEC1211, ELEC2230, BIOL2051, ELEC6205


Painter, Stuart C., Sanders, Richard, Waldron, Howard N., Lucas, Michael I., Woodward, E. Malcolm S. and Chamberlain, Katie (2008) Nitrate uptake along repeat meridional transects of the Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Marine Systems, 74 (1-2), 227-240. (doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.12.009).

Huang, Xi, Pascal, Robin W., Chamberlain, Katie, Banks, Christopher J., Mowlem, Matthew and Morgan, Hywel (2011) A miniature, high precision conductivity and temperature sensor system for ocean monitoring. IEEE Sensors Journal, 11 (12), 3246-3252. (doi:10.1109/JSEN.2011.2149516).


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