Full day Tutorial/ Workshop at EMBC 2011 in Boston

Prof. Sonkusale, Prof. Ghovanloo and Prof. Mohseni will be offering a full day tutorial on "Implantable/Wearable Biomedical Circuits and Systems" at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference 2011 in Boston. Please visit this link to register.


Prof Wouter Serdijn from Delft University visited NanoLab

Prof Wouter Serdijn of Delft University in Netherlands visited NanoLab on April 11 and 12. He addressed the group members on "Emerging Concepts and Future Trends" in Biomedical Circuits and Systems. He also gave a distinguished lecture at the ECE Colloqium on "Wearable and Implantable Medical Devices: towards better monitoring, treatment and care".


Michael Trakimas defends his dissertation

Michael Trakimas succesfully defended his PhD dissertation on March 11, 2011. Congratulations!! He will work as member of technical staff at MIT Lincoln Labs.


New Group Members for 2011

Welcome to three new members in 2011: Adam Panken (BS Tufts U.) and Ning Li (BS, Xi'an Jianotong U.) will work towards their MS degree. Shideh Kabiri (BS and MS, Islamic Azad U) will work towards her PhD degree.


Three papers at EMBC 2010, and two at IEEE Sensors 2010

The group will present three research contributions (including one invited) at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society's flagship conference in Sep 2010, and two lecture contributions (including one invited) at theĀ  IEEE Sensors conference in Nov 2010.

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