Biosignal acquisition, conditioning and processing
Contact: Wouter Serdijn
However, the vast majority of electronic readout systems have been optimized for man-made signals, the magnitudes and frequencies of which are more or less uniformly or normally distributed and do not take into account the sparse signal properties of more natural signals, such as the ECG and action potentials.
Major challenges are thus 1) the scaling up of recording channels while accounting for the sparsity of the signal to achieve a low overall power consumption and form factor; 2) the digitization, bundling and transport of these signals; 3) signal processing, incl. signal analysis, clustering, classification, etc.
Projects under this theme
ReaSONS 2 Demo: Realtime Sensing of Neural Signals Demonstrator
Demonstrator of recording tiny neural signals on top of the stimulus and artifact. NWO Demonstrator Grant.
ATiNaRI: Asynchronous Time-domain Neural Recording Interfaces
AFFIP -- Atrial Fibrillation FIngerPrinting: Spotting Bio-Electrical Markers to Early Recognize Atrial Fibrillation by the Use o
STW and DHF project (14728). Program leader: Dr. N.M.S. de Groot (ErasmusMC), workpackage leader WP4, High Density Mapping Array: prof.dr.ir. W.A. Serdijn
An Integrated Pilot Line for Micro-Fabricated Medical Devices
MASSIVE - Autonomous Vital Sign Monitoring
In this research program, we work on electroceuticals that wirelessly receive power and wirelessly transmit vital signs like body temperature, ECG, EMG, EEG and ECoG.
REASONS – Realtime Sensing of Neural Signals
This project targets the development of a completely new readout system for measuring the so called electrically evoked compound action potential (eCAP) coming from the auditory nerve.
SINs - Smart Implantable Neurostimulators
In this research program we push the research and development of technology for research on and treatment of a multitude of brain disorders, a.o., tinnitus and addiction.
Hebben wij het eeuwige leven?
Artikel in De Telegraaf, d. 29 juli 2017, van Wouter van Bergen, over transhumanisme en de rol van technologie. Met daarin een interview met Wouter Serdijn (TU Delft/Bioelectronics).
The Bioelectronics weblog
Visit the weblog of the Section Bioelectronics at: http://bme.weblog.tudelft.nl/
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- Lichao Wu (2017)
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