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A Novel Liquid Antenna for Wearable Bio-monitoring Applications (Electronics Project)

The performance of the most commonly used metal antennas close to the human body is one of the limiting factors of the performance of bio-sensors and wireless body area networks (WBAN). Due to the high dielectric and conductivity contrast with respect to most parts of the Continue reading

An Android based Monitoring and Alarm System for Patients with Chronic Obtrusive Disease (Electronics/Computer Project)

Consistent monitoring of vital health parameters is an important issue in the medical industry. With recent technologies we are able to carry out remote monitoring of physiological parameters in patients. This allows communication between a patient and medical personnel using Continue reading

Ultrasound Imaging: Signal Acquisition – New Advanced Processing for Biomedical and Industrial Applications (ECE/Biomedical Project)

Use of ultrasound, namely in the biomedical diagnosis and industrial fields, pioneered in 1950s, is today particularly widespread. In the last decades, ultrasound imaging has benefited from advances in numerical technologies such as Continue reading

Semi-Automatic Translation of Medical Terms from English to Swedish: SNOMED CT in Translation (Computer/Biomedical Project)

The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare has been overseeing translations of the international clinical terminology SNOMED CT from English to Swedish. This study was performed to find whether semi-automatic methods of translation could produce a satisfactory translation while requiring Continue reading

Biomechanics of the Intervertebral Disc: The Effects of Load History on Mechanical Behavior (Mechanical Project)

Degenerative disc disease is associated with back pain, and can be a debilitating disorder. In addition to the biological contributions of genetics and aging, mechanical factors have been implicated in accelerating the progression of disc degeneration.

Two studies were performed in order to explore the effects of various loading conditions on disc biomechanics. The first study explores the effects of compressive historical loads and disc hydration on Continue reading

The effect of normalization methods on the identification of differentially expressed genes in microarray data (Computer/Bioinformatics Project)

In this study the effect of normalization methods on the identification of differentially expressed genes is investigated. A zebrafish microarray dataset called Swirl was used in this thesis work. First the Swirl dataset was extracted and visualized to view if the Continue reading