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Kyle Arakaki
Member of Technical Staff

Kyle Arakaki is interested in developing PARC's portfolio of optical systems and devices.  His current work is focused on optical sensing for condition-based maintenance, UV laser diodes, and optical amplification.

Prior to joining PARC's Electronic Materials and Devices Laboratory as a Member of Technical Staff, Kyle was a Research Intern at PARC while enrolled as a graduate student.  He was involved in developing SENSOR, a project aimed at developing a fiber optic sensing-based battery management system.

Kyle received his M.S. and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

In his free time, Kyle enjoys playing basketball and rock climbing.

 

 

PARC publications

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2015

Embedded Fiber Optic Sensors for In Situ and In-Operando Monitoring of Advanced Batteries

Proceeding for Material Research Society Fall Meeting 2014

24 April 2015

 

 

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2016

Embedded Fiber-Optic Sensing for Accurate Internal Monitoring of Cell State in Advanced Battery Management Systems Part 1: Cell Embedding Method and Performance

Raghavan, A.; Kiesel, P.; Sommer, L.; Schwartz, J.; Lochbaum, A.; Hegyi, A.; Schuh, A.; Arakaki, K.; Saha, B.; Ganguli, A.; Kim, K.; Kim, C.; Ha, H.; Kim, S.; Hwang, G.; Chung, G.; Choi, B.; Alamgir, M. Journal of Power Sources

19 December 2017

Embedded fiber-optic sensing for accurate internal monitoring of cell state in advanced battery management systems part 2: Internal cell signals and utility for state estimation

Ganguli, A.; Saha, B.; Raghavan, A.; Kiesel, P.; Arakaki, K.; Schuh, A.; Schwartz, J.; Hegyi, A.; Sommer, L.; Lochbaum, A.; Sahu, S.; Alamgir, M. Journal of Power Sources

19 December 2017

 

 

 

 

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