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Biomedical Engineering

The research within the Biomedical Engineering group focuses on reliable non-invasive physiological data acquisition and signal processing. The aim is to find solutions to real problems and the projects are performed in close collaboration with the public sector.

Contact

Professor

Maria Lindén

+4621101548

maria.linden@mdh.se

The Biomedical engineering group´s research is focused towards multisensor systems for measurements of physiological parameters. The systems are developed to be wearable, also including artificial intelligence and wireless communication to enable free mobility.

Ongoing research projects

Målet är att sammanställa information om verksamhet och kompetens hos svensk industri, forskningsinstitut och lärosäten inom området inbyggda sensorsystem för hälsa.


Project manager at MDH: Maria Lindén

Main financing: Vinnova

DIGEST will develop new methods and algorithms to dynamically transform data streams continuously generated from HVDC grid into a smart case base, which will be utilized in real-time analysis of the network leading to fast fault identification and protection of the HVDC grid.


Project manager at MDH: Ning Xiong

Main financing: Vinnova

The objective of ESS-H+ is to leverage on the results of the KKS research profile Embedded Sensor Systems for Health (ESS-H) at Mälardalen University (MDH), through further development of the scientific excellenceand the international recognitionthat has been founded through ESS-H


Project manager at MDH: Maria Lindén

Main financing: KK-stiftelsen

The ESS-H+ profile will aim for an increased specialization, a significant progression, and raised scientific ambitions, as compared to ESS-H, through deepened co-production with our partner companies within one integrated Focus Area: Sensor systems for health monitoring/monitoring of humans.


Project manager at MDH: Maria Lindén

Main financing: KK-stiftelsen

From a scientific point of view, the ITS ESS-H graduate school will contribute to important application areas where the aims are to improve human health and minimize human suffering, and to provide reliable sensor systems for industrial use, also in safety-critical applications.


Project manager at MDH: Mats Björkman

Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

The objective of RECOG is to develop new technology for innovative brain-training for people with cognitive deficits. The ability to focus our attention on relevant information, maintain and manipulate this information during a short period of time (our Working Memory, WM), is central for human cognition.


Project manager at MDH: Elaine Åstrand

Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

A current vision in the area of ICT-supported independent living of the elderly involves populating the home with connected electronic devices (“things”) such as sensors and actuators and linking them to the Internet. Creating such an Internet-of-Things infrastructure (IoT) is done with the ambition to provide automated information gathering and processing on top of which e-services for the elderly residing in their homes can be built hence, E-care@home.


Project manager at MDH: Maria Lindén

Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

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