meLAB news in 2019 

August 2019

             Paper 1) Spin-Hall Nano-Oscillator Simulations

             Paper 2) Magnetic Crosstalk suppression in Fluxgate Sensors.

             Looking forward to meeting you all at IEEE SENSORS in Montreal, Canada.

             Well done Jon, Asfand and Jingjie!

July 2019

  • In this month, our meLAB group is pleased to have been visited by Prof Khalil Najafi (University of Mishigan, USA), Prof Martina Gerken (Kiel University, Germany) and Dr Kia Nazarpour (Newcastle University).
  • Siming presented our papers in the IEEE PRIME 2019 Conference at the EPFL, Switzerland.
  • Four papers from meLAB have been accepted to the 4th UK-China Emerging Technologies Conference (UCET2019). Well done guys, keep up this momentum.

June 2019

May 2019

  • Our collaborator from the Jilin University, China, has been awarded the Chinese Government Scholarship (CSC) to spend one year with meLAB. Congratulations Jingjie!
  • Our collaborative work with Dr Francesco Fioranelli group on “Sensor Fusion for Micro-Gestures Recognition” has been accepted to the IEEE Journal on Electromagnetics, RF, and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology. Well done Haobo!
  • Two of our research papers have been accepted to IEEE PRIME 2019 Conference: 1) magnetic biosensors 2) implantable PV cells. Well done Siming and Jinwei!



 April 2019

  •  Our paper on wireless power transfer for implantable devices has been featured as cover image in the Journal of Low-Power Electronicscover paper
  • Congratulations to our Siming on awarding the IEEE Circuits and Systems Travel Grant to the ISCAS 2019, Sapporo, Japan.
  • Dr Hadi has been elected as a Member-at-Large of the IEEE Sensors Council for the 2020-2021 term.
  • A very warm welcome to Dr Rupam! who has joined the meLAB team as a Research Associate and is involved in our EU H2020 FETPROACTIVE HERMES project

March 2019

February 2019 
  • Our Research Topic in the Journal of Frontiers in Neuroscience titles Emerging Technologies and Systems for Biologically Plausible Implementations of Neural Functions welcome submissions in the field of neuromorphic sensing and computing.
  • Dr Hadi presented a lecture on "Thin-Film Spintronics - Sensing and Computing" at the University of the West of Scotland.
  • Welcome to Yuchi, our new PhD student. We are glad you are here!
  • Our paper titled: "Design, Test, and Optimization of Inductive Coupled Coils for Implantable Biomedical Devices" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Low Power Electronics, American Scientific Publish. Well done Jinwei!
January 2019