Nov 17, 2021: Our CEO, Hossain Fahad and CPO, Gordon Charles presents LiCANS and Serinus Labs at the Born in California event. Thank you for nominating us University of California, Berkeley! Serinus Labs lives in Bear Territory. Go Bears!
Sep 27, 2021: Michelle Kiang joins as advisor to Serinus Labs. Michelle is currently Managing Partner and co-founder of Impact Science Ventures. She was formerly CEO of Chirp Microsystems (now part of TDK). Welcome aboard, Michelle!
Aug 18, 2021: Gordon Charles is appointed as Chief Product Officer at Serinus Labs. Gordon moves over from Analog Devices, Inc., and brings with him 30+ years experience in embedded systems, hardware design and business development. Welcome aboard, Gordon!
Aug 16, 2021: David Gardner joins Serinus Labs as Lead Sensors Design Engineer. David recently graduated with the Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, where his research focused on the integration of metal-organic framework (MOF) catalysts on Si CS-FET gas sensors. Welcome aboard, David!
Aug 4, 2021: Serinus Labs has been awarded the NSF SBIR Phase II grant for the development of LiCANS early warning technology for EV battery safety.
Jun 24, 2021: Serinus Labs signed an exclusive agreement with the Regents of the University of California to license new technology IPs.
Mar 1, 2021: Serinus Labs ships its first Gen-1 early access LiCANS evaluation products to customers.
Nov 16, 2020: Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge, mobility track finalist:
Jun 1, 2020: Kris Pister joins as advisor to Serinus Labs. Kris is professor of EECS at the University of California, Berkeley and is the inventor of Smart Dust technology. He was formerly CTO and co-founder of Dust Networks, which was acquired by Linear Technologies and subsequently by Analog Devices. Welcome aboard, Kris!
Jan 30, 2019: Serinus Labs is awarded a NSF SBIR Phase I grant for the development of low cost ethylene sensors for the cold-chain logistics industry.
May 25, 2018: Serinus Labs is awarded a NASA SBIR Phase I contract to develop multi-gas monitors for portable life support systems in advanced space suit design.
April 19, 2017: Serinus Labs spins-off from the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC) and EECS/University of California, Berkeley.