Biomedical Engineering and Communications

Biomedical Engineering and Communications

Our academics conduct research into a wide variety of topics related to biomedical engineering and communications including energy consumption reduction techniques using radar and wireless sensor networks; biomedical applications with an understanding for smart city considerations; open-based networking and media/content convergence; and skin bioengineering and non-intrusive monitoring using ultra wideband (UWB) technology.

Core Research topics include:

  • Assistive technology for the elderly and/or disabled using UWB devices
  • Digital signal processing for hearing aid development
  • Adaptive signal processing and prediction for chaotic real data
  • Noise cancellation in telecommunications radio channels
  • Breast and skin cancer detection and therapy using UWB image processing for medical applications
  • Wireless communications using UWB
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ZigBee wireless technologies
  • Indoor radar – location sensing and tracking
  • Self-organising networks
  • Micro-loud systems
  • Wireless technologies for vegetation health testing
  • Big data mining and processing
  • Skin biotechnology using optical and capacitive sensors

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