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

A Parallelized Algorithm for Hyperspectral Biometrics (Electronics/Biomedical Project)


The parallelized algorithm for hyperspectral biometrics uses the processing power of a GPU (Graphical Processing Unit) to compare hyperspectral images of people’s faces. The feature extraction algorithm first retrieves uniquely identifiable features Continue reading

Remote Electrocardiogram Monitoring Based on the Internet (Computer Project)


Telemedicine is producing a great impact in the monitoring of patients located in remote  nonclinical environments such as homes, military bases, ships, and the like. A number of applications, ranging from data collection, to chronic patient surveillance, and even to the  control of therapeutic procedures, are being implemented Continue reading

Design and evaluation of a Capacitively Coupled Sensor Readout Circuit, toward contact-less ECG and EEG (Electronics Project)

In modern medicine, the measurement of electrophysiological signals play a key role in health monitoring and diagnostics. Electrical activity originating from our nerve and muscle cells conveys real-time information about our current health state. The two most common and actively used techniques for measuring such signals are Continue reading

Development of Mobile-based Hand Vein Biometrics for Global Health Patient Identification (IEEE Computer Project)


For many health services in developing countries, patient identification is a fundamental need. In countries where no standard form of identification is available, this problem is exacerbated by a lack of literacy and also frequent errors in spelling and Continue reading