Jasmine Cox is a PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering. She received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Applied Mathematics from Boise State University in 2020. During her undergraduate academic career, Jasmine was a Ronald E. McNair Scholar and a member of the Advanced Nanomaterials and Manufacturing Laboratory focusing on additive manufacturing of flexible hybrid electronics. Her current research as a member of Prof. Debbie G. Senesky’s group, EXtreme Environment Microsystems Lab (XLab), explores the synthesis, fabrication, and characterization of devices and materials in extreme environments that can be found in space.

Honors & Awards

  • Technology and Racial Equity Graduate Fellowship, Stanford Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (Autumn 2021 - Spring 2022)
  • Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Doctoral Fellowship, Stanford Vice Provost for Graduate Education (Autumn 2020 - Present)

Education & Certifications

  • MS, Stanford University, Electrical Engineering (2022)
  • BS, Boise State University, Electrical Engineering, Minor in Applied Mathematics (2020)
  • AA, Idaho State University, Arts and Letters, Early College Program (2016)

Service, Volunteer and Community Work

  • VPUE STEM Fellows Mentor, Stanford Unviversity Vice Provost for Undergradute Education (8/1/2021 - Present)


    Stanford, California

  • Future Advancers of Science and Technology (FAST) Mentor, Stanford University, Andrew Hill High School - San Jose (August 2021 - April 2022)



All Publications

  • Autoclave Design for Microgravity Hydrothermal Synthesis MICROGRAVITY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Frick, J. J., Ormsby, R., Li, Z., Ozbakir, Y., Liu, C., Cox, J. M., Carraro, C., Maboudian, R., Senesky, D. G. 2024; 36 (3)
  • Fully inkjet-printed multilayered graphene-based flexible electrodes for repeatable electrochemical response RSC ADVANCES Pandhi, T., Cornwell, C., Fujimoto, K., Barnes, P., Cox, J., Xiong, H., Davis, P. H., Subbaraman, H., Koehne, J. E., Estrada, D. 2020; 10 (63): 38205-38219

    View details for DOI 10.1039/d0ra04786d

    View details for Web of Science ID 000586355800006