- Bionic Eye: Human vision, Better machine vision
- Wireless Body Area Networks: Vital signs monitoring, Drug dosage monitoring, Sports, Defense, Drug administration
- Light-based Diagnosis and Therapy: Noninvasive detection of blood substances, Nanoshell based cancer treatment, Photodynamic therapy, PET and MRI tomography, Lab on a chip
Meet the researchers
|A/Professor Nemai Karmakar|
Fundamental and applied research in microwave engineering, antenna technologies, RFID and wireless sensors in a multi-disciplinary collaborations with materials, nono-fabrication, chemical and biomedical engineering. Core research theme: Electromagnetics and Electronics.
|Professor Arthur Lowery|
(1) Develop brain machine interfaces for bionic vision that stimulate the visual cortex. (2) Create photonic integrated circuits to improve reach, flexibility and energy efficiency of optical communications.
|Dr. Faezeh Marzbanrad|
I am passionate about health technology, saving lives and reducing healthcare costs. My research focuses on advanced signal processing, machine learning and physiological modelling to develop affordable and reliable mobile-health solutions.
|Professor Malin Premaratne|
I work in some of the most fundamental areas of electrical engineering including quantum-electrodynamics, charge-transport in nanostructures and photon interactions with waveguides and biological media. Applications of this work include photonics and biomedical engineering.
|Dr Yan Wong|
I use cutting edge neuroscience techniques to help develop the next generation of neural prostheses. These include vision prostheses, cochlear implants and brain machine interfaces.
|A/Professor Mehmet Yuce|
I and my students design electronics and integrated circuit technology (IC) circuits to design sensor devices for Internet-of-Things (IoT) and healthcare applications, including wearable and implantable systems.