Medical Instrumentation Laboratory

Research Activities

Medical technology is standing right in the intersection of many fields: medical science, biology, physics, chemistry and engineering. Thus, on its development, medical technology has been known for its complexity and multi-discipline problems to improve the quality of healthcare and life. To answer this challenge, our lab tries to create a ‘bridge’ between medical and engineering world with developing a new type of multi-physical approach with a simple yet effective method.

Research at Medical Instrumentation Lab includes:

  • Bio-signal processing including EEG, EMG, ECG signal analysis and its interpretation as a measurement method for human’s physical performance and conditions.
  • Bio-feedback analysis for rehabilitation, includes a feedback system for post-stroke patients and developing a treatment procedure for a person with disability and special needs.
  • Human factor design & bio-measurement system based on multi-physical & multi-modality measurement approach for designing a new product for a special purpose.
  • Design improvement of medical device and system based on computational analysis and simulation.

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  • On going research
  • Previous research