A. Dabbaghian*, T. Yousefi*, S.Fatmi*, P. Shafia*, and Hossein Kassiri. “A 9.2-gram Fully-Flexible Wireless Ambulatory EEG Monitoring and Diagnostics Headband with Analog Motion Artifact Detection and Compensation.” IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems (TBioCAS), 2019, Early Access. (Invited, special issue on best papers of IEEE ISCAS’19 Conference)
This month, two of our Master’s students, Alireza Dabbaghian and Tayebeh Yousefi successfully defended their Master’s thesis. We are delighted that they have decided to continue their work in ICSL as PhD students.
Alireza: Integrated Circuits and Systems for A Fully-Flexible Wireless Ambulatory EEG Monitoring and Diagnostics Headband
Tayebeh: Fully-Implantable Self-Contained Dual-Channel Electrical Recording and Directivity-Enhanced Optical Stimulation System on A Chip
Congratulations Alireza and Tayebeh.
ICSL’s undergraduate member, M. Reza Karimi, won the first place award for the best presentation in the Lassonde’s undergraduate research conference. More info here: http://www.lassondeundergraduateresearch.com/2019-summer-research-at-lassonde/
His research was on the design of “a patient-specific AI-based seizure detection algorithms”
Update (January 2020): Reza’s work was accepted as a conference paper in IEEE ISCAS 2020 that will be presented in May 2020 in Seville, Spain:
R. Karimi, H. Kassiri, “A Multi-Feature Nonlinear-SVM Seizure Detection Algorithm with Patient-Specific Channel Selection and Feature Customization”, accepted for lecture presentation, IEEE ISCAS, Seville, Spain, May 2020.
ICSL welcomes three new undergraduate interns for the Summer 2019.
- Abhinav Sundur joining us from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani).
- M. Reza Karimi, a 2nd year Computer Science student from the EECS department at York U.
- Petr Roganov, a 3rd year space engineering student from the ESSE department at York U.
ICSL members, Tayebeh Yousefi and Alireza Dabbaghian presented their research work in IEEE ISCAS 2019 conference in Sapporo, Japan.
Two of our papers were invited and accepted to be presented in a special issue of IEEE TBioCAS featuring the best papers presented in IEEE ISCAS 2019:
T. Zhan*, S. Fatmi*, S. Guraya*, H. Kassiri, “A Resource-Optimized VLSI Implementation of a Patient-Specific Seizure Detection Algorithm on a Custom-Made 2.2 cm2 Wireless Device for Ambulatory Epilepsy Diagnostics”, IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems (TBioCAS), 2019, Early Access.
ICSL’s research proposal on closed-loop implantable neuro-stimulation systems was selected by the Lassonde School of Engineering as one of the four projects to be funded through the Lassonde Innovation Fund (LIF) program.
H. Kassiri, F. D. Chen*, M. T. Salam, M. Chang, B. Vatankhahghadim*, P. Carlen, T. A. Valiante, R. Genov, “Arbitrary-Waveform Electro-Optical Intracranial Neurostimulator with Load-Adaptive High-Voltage Compliance,” IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE), Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. 582-593, Apr. 2019.
A. Dabbaghian*, Z. Fatmi*, P. Shafia*, T. Yousefi*, H. Kassiri, “A 9.2-gram Fully-Flexible Wireless Dry-Electrode Headband for Non-Contact Artifact-Resilient EEG Monitoring and Programmable Diagnostics,” submitted to IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2019.
T. Zhan, S. Guraya, H. Kassiri, “A Resource-Optimized VLSI Architecture for Patient-Specific Seizure Detection Using Frontal-Lobe EEG,” submitted to IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2019.