Development of Miniaturized Noninvasive Blood Gas Monitors


My lab mainly works on the circuit and system design of biomedical sensing interfaces and wireless power transmission systems for applications in the biomedical IoT. Next-generation clinical and telemedical diagnostic devices require monitoring and measurements from inside and outside of the body via implantable and wearable sensors. We developed miniaturized next-generation biomedical devices to enhance our understanding of biophysical processes and contributing to the diagnosis of anomalies.

Faculty Advisor: Ulkuhan Guler | WPI (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Teacher Component: The teacher who will be mentored about the next-generation biomedical devices will get an opportunity to I) contribute to the exterior design of a novel transcutaneous oxygen sensor for comfortable human use, II) develop testing scenarios for long-term use, and III) give feedback about user experience.