Principal Investigator

  • Professor Esther Rodriguez-Villegas

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    Professor Esther Rodriguez-Villegas

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    Background

    Esther is a Full Professor of Low-Power Electronics at Imperial College, and a founder, co-CEO and CSO, of two active life-sciences companies, Acurable and TainiTec. Esther has received many awards, including two European Research Council grants, a global XPRIZE-award, and a global AAALAC 3Rs award.

     

    Location

    Room 914
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

Research Staff

  • Dr Syed Anas Imtiaz

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    Dr Syed Anas Imtiaz Research Associate

    Research Background

    Dr Syed Anas Imtiaz received MSc and PhD degrees from Imperial College London, in 2009 and 2015, respectively. He is currently a research fellow and focuses on creating novel wearable technologies to aid in the long-term monitoring and diagnosis of different medical conditions.

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

  • Dr Michal Kozlowski

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    Dr Michal Kozlowski Research Associate

    Research Background

    Dr Michal Kozlowski received a PhD from the University of Bristol in 2020. He joined Imperial College London in October 2019, where he works on physiological signal processing. His research interests include adaptive machine learning for ambient life monitoring and applied sensor fusion for real time applications.

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

  • Dr Piyush Sharma

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    Dr Piyush Sharma Research Associate

    Research Background

    Dr. Piyush Sharma received his B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering) from I.I.T. Patna, India in 2014. He received MSc and PhD degrees, in 2015 and 2020, from Imperial College London. He is currently working at Acurable Ltd., London developing low-complexity algorithms for biomedical applications.

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

  • Dr Zhou Jiang

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    Dr Zhou Jiang Research Associate

    Research Background

    Dr Zhou Jiang is currently a Research Associate in the Circuits and Systems Group, he received his PhD degree at Imperial College London in 2017. His primary research interests include ASIC and system-level designs for wearable biomedical system applications (EEG, ECG, Respiratory, PPG, etc.).

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

  • Sukhpreet Singh

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    Sukhpreet Singh Research Assistant

    Research Background

    Sukhpreet received a Biomedical Engineering degree from the University of Victoria. He joined the lab in November 2019 and contributes to wearable device developmet. Sukhpreet has contributed to many medical device based projects in the fields of prosthetics, orthopedics, tissue engineering, and health monitoring.

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

Research Students

  • Amit Krishna Dwivedi

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    Amit Krishna Dwivedi PhD Student

    Description

    Amit received both BTEch and the ME degrees in Electronics Engineering from India, in 2012 and 2015, respectively.  His research interests include biomedical signal processing, machine learning algorithms and ultra-low power wearable systems to continuously monitoring physiological signals.

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

  • Irene Garcia Lopez

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    Irene Garcia Lopez PhD Student

    Description

    Irene García López received a BEng degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University Carlos III (Madrid, 2015); and an MSc degree in Neurotechnology from Imperial College London (2016). She is currently pursuing a PhD degree in the same university, focusing on signal processing of photoplethysmography ...

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus

  • Xuen Hoong Kok

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    Xuen Hoong Kok PhD Student

    Research Background

    Xuen received a MEng degree from UCL in 2017. He is currently working towards a PhD degree at Imperial College London. His primary research interests include developing biomedical signal processing algorithms for use in the management chronic respiratory diseases.

    Location

    Room 907
    Electrical Engineering
    South Kensington Campus