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Our bio-medical instrumentation SoC ''VivoSoC'' is capable of measuring ''Bio-Impedance'' with the dedicated front-end <ref>Schoenle et al., [A Multi-Sensor and Parallel Processing SoC for
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Our bio-medical instrumentation SoC ''VivoSoC'' is capable of measuring ''Bio-Impedance'' with the dedicated front-end. In this thesis, the goal is to verify its functionality in order to get to know the principles and the environment. The second part is to conduct experiments to detect breath-rate of humans. Tuning the circuit parameters and finding suited algorithms to obtain the required data is also part of this work.
Miniaturized Medical Instrumentation], IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS, 2018</ref>. In this thesis, the goal is to verify its functionality in order to get to know the principles and the environment. The second part is to conduct experiments to detect breath-rate of humans. Tuning the circuit parameters and finding suited algorithms to obtain the required data is also part of this work.
 
  
 
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Short Description

Our bio-medical instrumentation SoC VivoSoC is capable of measuring Bio-Impedance with the dedicated front-end. In this thesis, the goal is to verify its functionality in order to get to know the principles and the environment. The second part is to conduct experiments to detect breath-rate of humans. Tuning the circuit parameters and finding suited algorithms to obtain the required data is also part of this work.

Things to learn in this Semester-thesis:

Understanding a bit of physiology and bio-medical measurements and instrumentation
Analogue and digital circuit design
Classic engineering tasks
Interesting research field


Status: Available

Looking for 1-2 Semester Thesis/Group Work students
Contact: Noé Brun
Contact: Thomas Burger

Prerequisites

Experience with hardware design and embedded software is advantageous, but not mandatory
Interest in bio-medical research


Character

40% Testing/Measuring
20% Experiments
40% Algorithm/Signal processing

Professor

Qiuting Huang


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