Biomedical Engineering
School of ITEE

Researcher Profile

What is your area of research?

My research work is focused on on bio-electromagnetics and its application in medical imaging, centring on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and the imaging of cardiac electrical function.

What are the major scientific challenges facing your area of research?

The major challenges are the bio-electromagnetic signals obtained from measurement are nonlinear, noisy and low resolution, requiring new designs of instrumentation and analysis algorithm to improve their spatiotemporal resolution for identifying useful information. The spatiotemporal resolution of the bio-electromagnetic signals is always not good enough.

Why did you become a biomedical engineer?

As a biomedical engineer, I have the opportunity to develop life-saving technology.

Who has been/is the biggest influence on your career and why?

Prof Stuart Crozier, who provided me the opportunity to come into the field, and enjoy the research adventure in the last 15 years.

If you could choose one person to sit next to on a plane, whom would it be?

Albert Einstein

Associate Professor 
School of Information Technology 
& Electrical Engineering