Prof. Sieben currently leads the ocean sensors laboratory at Dalhousie. Dr. Sieben recieved his PhD from the Univ. of Alberta in 2008. From 2008-2011, he conducted pioneering research on microfluidic bio/chemical sensors at the National Oceanography Center in Southampton, UK. Subsequently, he spent 7 years in industry as a scientist commercializing microfluidics for Schlumberger.
Vincent Sieben Associate Prof., Ph.D., P.Eng.

Graduate Students
Hugo has a degree in Physics (2010), a Masters in Chemical Engineering, (2013) and a Bachelors degree in Meteorology, (2016) at the Federal University of Santa Catarina. He has experience in Nanomaterials, Electronics, Characterization techniques of materials and weather numerical models.
Hugo Alejandro D'Alesio M.Sc. Student
Raha received her BSc in Electrical Engineering from Azad University. Her research interests include microfluidic sensors, telecommunications and optics.
Raha Khosravi M.Sc. Student
Sean graduated from Mount Allison with a Bachelors of Science in Physics in 2018. He has a strong theoretical and experimental background in optical systems and device fabrication.
Sean Morgan M.Sc. Student

Undergraduate Students
Andre is a electrical engineering undergrad who joined the Sieben Lab team in May. He is establishing the group's microfluidic test-platform for nutrient sensing in marine environments.
Andre Hendricks Undergraduate ECE Student
Cesar is a mechanical engineering undergrad who joined the Sieben Lab team in May. His work will help to develop new methods to evaluate asphaltene inhibitors for crude oils.
Cesar Rodriquez Undergraduate MecE Student