The research group performs fundamental research and development on wireless sensors and systems for applications in diagnostics, minimal invasive therapy, and ambient point of care monitoring. One of the technological focused areas is on ultra low power and reliable wireless sensor networks, where the research is on novel transceiver design, low power data compression, and processing algorithms for anomaly detection, data fusion, etc. Special interest topics are in implantable/ingestible sensors like cardiac pressure sensors, capsule endoscopes, bio-nano scale communications, and nanomachine-to-cell interfaces for stimulation for applications in cardiac, gastrointestinal, and neurodegenerative diseases.
- Ultra low power wireless transceiver design
- Algorithms for localization and tracking intra body sensors
- Signal processing for implant communications
- Sensor networks
- Algorithms for colonoscopy and capsule endoscope videos for anomaly detection
- Nanomachine-to-neuron communications and networks (graphene, molecular, THz band, etc.)