Vision:
Biomedical engineering is an emerging and multi-disciplinary area combining the knowledge from various fields such as engineering, biology, medical, material science etc. With the evolution of our aging society, the roles of this field have remarkably increased in the present day. As we can see many applications ranging from diabetic strip test for personal usage to sophisticated medical diagnostic tools such as Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in hospital (handheld / ambulatory). This trend is guaranteed to be continued in the upcoming future. In this cluster, Bioelectronics (BIO) at Department of Electrical Engineering, covers the wide spectrum of students who have different background in science and engineering. We also offer a wide range of excited topics including Biomedical Electronics, Biosensors, Biomedical signal and Image processing etc.

Courses:

  • 2102547 Cognitive Engineering
  • 2102585 Biomaterial Science
  • 2102588 Biomedical Electronics
  • 2102668 Biosensors
  • 2102785 Advanced Sensor Theory
  • 2110675 Biomedical Information and Communication Systems
  • 3017767 Human Body for Biomedical Engineering

  

Research Highlight:

  • Biomedical engineering fundamentals: Cell impedance spectroscopy, Cell monitoring system using QCM
  • Biomedical instrumentation: Handheld ECG for stroke patient (CU SCG), Wireless ECG monitoring, Walking stimulation device for Parkinson patient (CU Walking)
  • Biosensors: On-chip malaria detection, Glucose sensor, Nitric oxide sensor
  • Biomedical signal & image processing: ECG, EEG processing, Arrhythmia detection, Seizure detection, CT/MR image segmentation
Professor in the Cluster Research Interests
Apiwat Lek-uthai [ALT] Medical & Physiological Signal Processing
Arporn Teeramongkonrasmee[ATM] Semiconductor Sensors, Biomedical Instruments
Boonchai Techaumnat [BTA] Numerical Electric Field Calculation, High Voltage Engineering, Bioelectromagnetics
Chedsada Chinrungrueng [CCR] Statistical Patten Recognition in Medical Diagnosis, Medical Image Processing
Charnchai Pluempitiwiriyawej[CPW] Medical Image Segmentation, Active Contour, Level Set Method
Chanchana Tangwongsan [CTS] Biomedical Instrumentation, Medical Instrumentation, Blood Flow Measurement
Jitkomut Songsiri [JSS] Convex optimization techniques in system identification
Mana Sriyudthsak [MSY] Biosensors & Chemical sensors, Medical Instrumentation, Effect of Electronic Field
Supatana Auethavekiat [SAK] Image Processing