Biomedical Signals And Systems (BSS)

research
micro meso macro

(In above figure, click on the research theme of your interest to see the projects in that theme)

The central theme of the Biomedical Signals and Systems (BSS) group is Neural Engineering. The research focus is on interfacing with the neural system and (tele)monitoring and influencing body functions through such interfaces. The research program is embedded in the MIRA Institute for Biomedical Technology and Technical Medicine. Remote Monitoring and Treatment is also embedded in the CTIT Center for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT).

Research is performed across three levels:

The cellular and network level:
neuro-electronic interfacing of live neural tissue on electrode substrates, learning and memory in cultured circuits, neural endcap prosthesis.

The human function level:
neuromodulation and dynamic identification applied to pain, motor control and heart function; diagnosis, functional support and neurofeedback training in rehabilitation

The health care level:
Telemedicine: remote monitoring and remotely supervised treatment using wearable interfaces and ICT systems.

Principal Investigators

Principal Investigators

Principal Investigators

Joost le Feber:
Memory and Network Excitability

Richard van Wezel:
Neuroscience

Jan R. Buitenweg:
Nociceptive and Somatosensory Processing
Pain

Ciska Heida:
Central Motor Control
Parkinson / DBS

Peter H. Veltink:
Biomechatronics / Sensing and stimulation
Intensive care

Yan Zhao
Parkinson / Cueing / glasses

Oresti Banos:
Smart coaching technologie

Bert-Jan van Beijnum:
Remote monitoring / coaching
Motor control /CVA

Hermie Hermens:
Telemedicine

Val Jones:
Body Area Networks and Clinical Decision Support for m-health

Miriam Vollenbroek:
Daily-life coaching