The Bio-Electromagnetics Laboratory
at Stevens Institute of Technology
Our research is focused on developing methods and instruments for early, simple, and efficient diagnosis of chronic diseases, including cancer. We have a diverse background ranging from electromagnetics, antenna engineering, and microwave design to wearable systems and personalized healthcare. We combine these areas in unique and original ways to perform high-impact research in several areas. Current research is in three main directions:
1) Exploiting the Millimeter-Wave Imaging Technology for Skin Cancer Detection
2) Non-Contact Vital Signs Monitoring Using Doppler Radars
3) Wearable, Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Monitoring
The title of the paper is “Classification of Aortic Stenosis Using Time-Frequency Features from Chest Cardio-mechanical Signals.”
08/2019 Mehrdad successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis. Good luck to him.
08/2019 Congratulations to Chenxi for the acceptance of his paper to IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems (TBioBAS).
The title of the paper is “Smartphone-only Pulse Transit Time Measurement Solution Using Cardio-mechanical and Optical Sensors.”
The title of the paper is “A Pilot Study on Fetal Heart Rate Extraction from Wearable Abdominal Inertial Sensors.”
07/2019 We receive an NSF grant to develop an affordable, handheld imaging device for skin cancer detection.
The title of the paper is “Tumor Detection Using Millimeter-Wave Technology.”
06/2019 Our skin cancer imaging work is highlighted in Stevens news.
05/2019 Congratulations to Amir for receiving the Edward Peskin Award as well as the inaugural Paul Kaplan Award for his distinguished doctoral work at Stevens.