Dr Carlos Garcia Nunez joins the University of Glasgow as Lecturer in Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering. He also joined meLAB as co-director, leading the research theme on smart materials and energy systems.
EPSRC funded our research project "Superconducting Gatemon Quantum Computing Enabled by CryoElectronics" in collaboration with Quantum Circuits Group to boost our reserach on cryo-CMOS for quantum computing.
The President of UESTC visited our University and our labs.
Prof Maryam Shojaei Baghini vists meLAB. Out guest from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay visits the labs of meLB and gives a seminar on the technology behind an affordable and acurate frequency measurement system.
Neuranics team down under. Negin, Siming, Huxi and Hossein visited the University of Sydney.
Crossbrain in Spain. Hadi, Finlay, Laura, Mahdieh and Judy attended the EU Horizon CROSSBRAIN project meeting in San Sebastian.
Dr Haotian Chen from Biomedical Engineering Division at UofG delivered a seminar to our group.
NEWCAS: Judy, Mahdeih present their research on smart stents and magnetostrictive devices at the International Conference on New Circuits and Systems (NEWCAS) in Edinburgh. Kevin also presents his work on paramagnetic particle detection at his first ever conference. Well done everyone!
meLAB Away Day: We spent the day at Crieff Hydro reflecting on the previous year, taking part in team building activities and having inspiring discussions to ensure another successful year together.
Local Celebrity: Maria’s paper is published and gains publicity as she is invited to talk about her research to various news stations. Read an article here: “Glasgow Scientists find possible treatment for drug resistant epilepsy”
University of Glasgow: UofG RESEARCHERS TO POWER WIRELESS ‘MICROBOT’ IN THE BRAIN
The Engineer: Crossbrain project to tackle seizures using nanobots
Health tech Newspaper: CROSSBRAIN project aiming to develop robots capable of predicting epileptic seizures
Innovation Origins: Injectable microbots to predict and mitigate epileptic seizures
Tanwear, A., Liang, X., Paz, E., Böhnert, T., Ghannam, R. , Ferreira, R. and Heidari, H. (2022) Spintronic eyeblink gesture sensor with wearable interface system.IEEE Transactions Biomedical Circuits Systems
Fan, H., Xie, H., Feng, Q., Bonizzoni, E., Heidari, H. , McEwan, M. P. and Ghannam, R. (2022) Interdisciplinary project-based learning: experiences and reflections from teaching electronic engineering in China. IEEE Transactions on Education.
Aslam, A. R., Hafeez, N., Heidari, H. and Bin Altaf, M. A. (2022) Channels and features identification: a review and a machine-learning based model with large scale feature extraction for emotions and ASD classification. Frontiers in Neuroscience.
and our beautiful cover image on this journal by our own Eve McGlynn:
Ahmad, M., Giagkoulovits, C., Danilin, S., Weides, M. and Heidari, H. (2022) Scalable cryoelectronics for superconducting qubit control and readout. Advanced Intelligent Systems.
Our latest article in collaboration with Tsinghua University titled Rotating neurons for all-analog implementation of cyclic reservoir computing published in Nature Communications (IF: 14.9). Well done Xiangpeng and the team!
First reesearch visit after COVID-19! Dr Heidari visited INL, Portugal 🇵🇹 to discuss future collaboration on spintronics sensors.
and more news:
McGlynn, E., Walton, F. , Das, R. and Heidari, H. (2022) Neural microprobe modelling and microfabrication for improved implantation and mechanical failure mitigation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
Walton, F., Cerezo Sanchez, M., McGlynn, E., Das, R. and Heidari, H. (2022) Cleanroom strategies for micro and nano-fabricating flexible implantable neural electronics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
Mohamed, A., Wagner, M., Heidari, H. and Anders, J. (2022) A frontend for magnetoresistive sensors with a 2.2 pA/√Hz low-noise current source. IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters, (doi: 10.1109/LSSC.2022.3148362)