Timo Lauteslager followed his undergraduate in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Twente, The Netherlands, where he received his BSc degree in 2012. Subsequently he was awarded with a 2 year Erasmus Mundus scholarship from the European Committee. This scholarship allowed him to follow a joint degree master program in Biomedical Engineering, at Czech Technical University and Trinity College Dublin. He specialized in biosignal processing and neural engineering. In 2014 he received his MSc with distinction from both universities. Timo has joined the Next Generation Neural Interfaces lab at the Centre for Bio-inspired Technology as a PhD candidate in January 2015.
PhD Thesis Topic
Coherent ultra-wideband radar-on-chip for medical sensing and imaging
Ultra-wideband radar, microwave imaging, radar imaging, digital signal processing, biosignal processing, medical imaging techniques, consumer health tech, sleep tracking, circadian neuroscience
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