Integrated Biomedical Circuits and Systems Laboratory (iBioCASL)

Welcome to iBioCASL! We are a research group in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of North Texas working on the design and development of low-power wearable and implantable sensors for different biomedical applications. Particularly we are interested in:

  • Wireless neural sensing and stimulation
  • Wearable sensors for vital sign monitoring
  • Implantable electrochemical sensor
  • Electro-textile antenna
  • Wireless power transfer
  • Low-power transmitter and receiver design
  • Bioimpedance measurement 
  • Analog, mixed-signal and RF integrated circuit design

Please contact Ifana Mahbub (Ifana.Mahbub@unt.edu) if you are interested to join the group! 

Upcoming Conferences:

IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting – AP-S/URSI 2022 (Conference Date: 10 July - 15 July, 2022)

IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems 2022 (Conference Date: 28 May - 1 June, 2022)

15th IEEE Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference (Paper Submission Deadline: March 31, 2022)

International Microwave Symposium 2022 (Conference Date: 19 June - 24 June, 2022)

IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium 2022 (Conference Date: 19 June - 21 June, 2022)

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Congratulations Pashu for the acceptance of the journal paper titled "Reverse Electrowetting-on-Dielectric Energy Harvesting Using 3D Printed Flexible Electrodes for Self-Powered Wearable Sensors" in the IEEE Sensors Letter Journal. (04/28/22)

Congratulations to Dr. Mahbub (co-PI) and Dr. Namuduri (PI) for receiving the NSF grant titled "Rings: Mobility-driven Spectrum-agile resilient mm Wave Communication Links for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Traffic Management in the Sky". This 3-year, $1M project in collaboration with the University of New Mexico will investigate spectrum-agile millimeter wave-based tunable beamforming strategies needed for establishing reliable and robust V2V communication links to support autonomous flight operations in air corridors along with the supporting Radio Frequency and mixed-signal circuits and steerable antennas. (04/15/22)

Congratulations to Dr. Mahbub (co-PI) and Dr. Luyen (PI) for receiving the ONR DURIP grant titled "Ultrawideband Near-field Probe System for Antenna Research". This 1-year long project ($325,599) will help acquire the StarLab 18 GHz near-field probe system by Microwave Vision Group (MVG) to continue the PIs' DoD-funded research projects. (04/18/22)

Congratulations to Adnan for achieving the 1st prize and Rafsan for achieving the 2nd prize for "Outstanding Graduate Research" at the UNT Engineering Showcase 2022. (04/14/22)

Congratulations  Deepa and Karthik for the acceptance of the journal paper titled "Optically Unobtrusive Zeolite-Based Dry Electrodes for Wearable ECG Monitoring" in the IEEE Sensors Journal. (04/05/22)

Congratulations Adnan and Rafsan for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "Path Loss Characterization for a Pulse-based Wireless Power Transfer using Ultrawideband (UWB) Phased Array Antenna and Combiner." in the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting (APS/URSI). (03/23/22)

Congratulations Rafsan and Adnan for the acceptance of the conference paper titled " Rectifier Performance with and without Matching Networks in the Ultra-Wideband Frequency Range" in the IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting (APS/URSI). (03/23/22)

Congratulations Sunanda and Karthik for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "Design of a 2x2 Phased Array Antenna for Wireless Power Transfer Application" in the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting (APS/URSI). (03/23/22)

Congratulations Sakib for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "A Power Budget Analysis for an Implantable UWB Transceiver for Brain Neuromodulation Application" in the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting (APS/URSI). (03/23/22)

Congratulations Adnan and Rafsan for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "A Four Channel Impulse Radio Ultrawideband (IR-UWB) Front End Transmitter System for a 2 X 2 Quadrature Based Phased Array Antenna Designed in 180 nm CMOS Process" in the 2022 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems conference. (03/21/22)

Congratulations Nabanita for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "Design, Modeling, and Simulation of a 2.4 GHz Near-field Phased- Array based Wireless Power Transfer System for Brain Neuromodulation Applications" in the 2022 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems conference. (03/21/22)

Congratulations Pallav and Karthik for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "An Optimized Drive Signal Control System for a 2.5 GHz Doherty Power Amplifier" in the 2022 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems conference. (03/21/22)

Congratulations Karthik for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "The Design and SAR Analysis of Wearable UWB Antenna for Radiative Near-Field Wireless Power Transfer" in the 2022 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Biomedical Conference (IMBioC). (03/15/22)

Congratulations to Nishat T. Tasneem for successfully defending the Ph.D. thesis titled, "Low-power Biopotential Signal Acquisition System for Biomedical Applications". Nishat will be joining Chipone Technology Co. at Santa Clara, CA from May 2022. (02/25/22)

Congratulations Nishat, Dipon, Pashu, Adnan, and Avinash for the journal paper titled "A Self-Powered Wireless Motion Sensor Based on a High-Surface Area Reverse Electrowetting-on-Dielectric Energy Harvester" being accepted in the Scientific Reports journal by Nature Portfolio. (02/21/22)

Congratulations Pashu, Adnan, and Karthik for the journal paper titled "Advancing Reverse Electrowetting-on-Dielectric from Planar to Rough Surface Electrodes for High Power Density Energy Harvesting" being accepted in the Energy Technology journal by Wiley. (12/09/21)

Congratulations to Dipon K. Biswas for successfully defending the Ph.D. thesis titled, "Wireless Power Transfer and Power Management Unit Integrated with Low-power IR-UWB Transmitter for Neuromodulation and Self-Powered Sensor Applications". Dipon will be joining Intel at Oregon from January 2022. (11/30/21)

Congratulations to Ramya Sudhakar for successfully defending the MS thesis titled, "Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) System Design for Freely-moving Animals for Optogenetic Neuromodulation Application". (11/22/21)

Congratulations to Divyasri Kasidi for successfully defending the MS thesis titled, "Notch Filter Design for Power Line Interference Artifact Reduction of ECG signal and Feature Extraction in LabVIEW". (11/22/21)

Dr. Sunanda Roy joined the IBioCASL lab as a post-doc. He received his BS from Khulna University, MS from the Khulna University of Eng. and technology, and Ph.D. from Multimedia University, Malaysia.  (11/22/21)

Congratulations Adnan, Rafsan, and Omar for the accpetance of thier demo track proposal titled "A Far-field Wireless Power Transfer System for Micro Areal Vehicles (MAVs) Using Pulse Based Ultrawideband Signal and Electro-mechanical Beam Steering" for the Demo Track of the 2022 IEEE Radio & Wireless Week.

Congratulations Pashupati for the acceptance of the journal paper titled "High Power Density and Bias-Free Reverse Electrowetting Energy Harvesting Using Surface Area Enhanced Porous Electrodes" to the Journal of Power Sources, Elsevier (Impact Factor 8.25). (10/31/21).

Congratulations Karthik for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "The Design and SAR Analysis of a UWB Bow-tie Antenna for Wireless Wearable Sensors" at the 2022 USNC-URSI National Radio Science Meeting (NRSM). (10/30/21)

Congratulations to Dr. Mahbub for being selected for the phase 2 of the xTechHBCU competition sponsored by ARL (https://www.arl.army.mil/xtechsearch/competitions/xtechhbcu.html) and winning $5,000. The title of the proposal is "Closed-loop Mind-Body Interfacing using Wireless,  Self-powered, and Flexible sensors".

Congratulations to Adnan for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "Design and Simulation of UWB Phased Array Antenna For Wireless Power Transfer to Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV) Through Beam Steering" at the 2022 IEEE Radio and Wireless Week. (09/27/21).

Congratulations to Dr. Mahbub for receiving the prestigious "Young Faculty Award" from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Dr. Mahbub will use the two-year $500,000 award to work on the development of a wireless power transfer network of unmanned aircraft systems that would allow drones to be charged wirelessly in the field by other drones. The objective of the prestigious award program is to identify and engage rising research stars with the long-term goal of developing the next generation of academic scientists and engineers to focus a portion of their career on Department of Defense and national security issues. (07/26/21).

Congratulations to Dr. Mahbub for receiving the REU supplement supports from the National Science Foundation for the projects titled "CAREER: Next-generation of Wirelessly Powered Implantable Neuromodulation and Electrophysiological Recording System for Long-term Behavior Study of Freely-Moving Animals" ($8.000) and "High Surface Area Reverse Electrowetting Mechanoelectrical Transduction" ($8,000). The supplement would support two undergraduate students to work on the projects for one year, thus intriguing their interests in STEM career and higher education in the long run. 

Congratulations to Dr. Mahbub for being promoted to "IEEE Senior Member". (07/04/21).

Congratulations to iBioCASL members Deepa, Nishat, Karthik for publishing the article titled “A Low-power Dry Electrode-based ECG Signal Acquisition with De-noising and Feature Extraction” in the Journal of Signal Processing Systems. (07/02/2021). 

Congratulations to Deepa for acceptance of a paper titled “A Low-Power ECG Readout Circuit Integrated with Machine Learning Based ECG Heartbeat Classifier” in the 64th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS) Conference 2021. (05/24/2021).

Congratulations to Adnan for the acceptance of the conference paper titled "Design, Simulation and Comparison of two 15 mm X 15 mm UWB Antennas with Modified Ground Patch for High Data-rate Wireless Electrophysiological Recording Application" at the 2021 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems. (04/13/21).

Congratulation to Drs. Choi (PI) and Mahbub (co-PI) for their Department of Defense MRI proposal titled "Self-powered Wireless Sensors and Interfaces for UAVs" ($211,786) being accepted.  In this project, self-powered wireless sensors acting as nanogenerators will be developed for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to harvest ambient environment energy during the flight and wirelessly monitor pressure, temperature, and other parameters to make the UAV truly an intelligent transportation system (ITS). (03/16/21).

Congratulations Nishat for the acceptance of the journal paper titled "A 2.53 NEF 8-bit 10 kS/s 0.5 μm CMOS Neural Recording Read-out Circuit with High Linearity for Neuromodulation Implants" at the MDPI Electronics Journal. (02/24/21).

Congratulations Pashupati and Nishat for the acceptance of the journal paper titled "Electrode and Electrolyte Configurations for Low Frequency Motion Energy Harvesting Based on Reverse Electrowetting" at the Nature Scientific Reports. (02/15/21).

Congratulations Dr. Mahbub for receiving the UNT 2021 "Presidential Early Career Award". The Presidential Early Career Professorship Award recognizes a faculty member who has an outstanding record of research, scholarship, or creative activity, and whose work shows the potential to be transformative. (02/10/21).

Congratulations Nishat, Dipon, and Pashu for the conference paper titled "Self-powered Motion Tracking Sensor Integrated with Low-power CMOS Circuitry" getting accepted at the 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) conference. (02/05/21).

Congratulations Pashu, Nishat, and Dipon for the paper titled "High surface area reverse electrowetting on dielectric energy harvesting with power conditioning circuitry for self-powered sensors in wearable and implantable electronics" getting accepted at the 2021 SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing conference. (12/31/20).

Congratulations Dr. Mahbub for receiving the UNT 2020 College of Engineering "PACCAR Distinguished Fellow" Award. 

Congratulations to Dipon for presenting the conference paper titled "A Low-Power Duty-Cycled Impulse-Radio Ultrawideband (IR-UWB) Transmitter with Bandwidth and Frequency Reconfigurability Scheme Designed in 180 nm CMOS Process" at the IEEE Radio and Wireless week Symposium. This paper has also been selected for the student paper competition. (01/17/21)

Congratulations to Nishat for presenting the conference paper titled "A Low-power Reconfigurable Readout Circuit with Large DC Offset Reduction for Neural Signal Recording Applications" at the 2020 IEEE 63rd International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS). (08/09/20)

Congratulations to Pashupati, Nishat, and Dipon for the publication titled "Reverse Electrowetting-On-Dielectric Energy Harvesting Integrated with Charge Amplifier and Rectifier for Self-Powered Motion Sensors" being accepted at the ASME 2020 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition. (10/01/20)

Congratulations to Avinash, Dipon, Pashupati, for the publication titled "Highly Efficient Rectifier and DC-DC Converter Designed in 180 nm CMOS Process for Ultra-Low Frequency Energy Harvesting Applications" being accepted at the 2020 IEEE 14th Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference. (11/15/20)

Congratulations to Karthik and Nishat for the publication titled "A Low-Power Front-End with Compressive Sensing Circuit for Neural Signal Acquisition Designed in 180 nm CMOS Process" being accepted at the 2020 IEEE 14th Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference. (11/15/20)

Congratulations to Dipon and Jose for the publication titled "A Miniaturized Highly Efficient Headstage Based Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) System for Optogenetic Stimulation of Freely Moving Animals" being accepted at the 2020 IEEE 14th Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference. (11/15/20)

Congratulations to Deepa and Nishat for the publication titled "Low Power Implementation of ECG R-wave Peak Detector in 180 nm CMOS Processbeing accepted at the 2020 IEEE 14th Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference. (11/15/20)

Congratulations to Pashupati, Nishat, and Dipon for the publication titled "High surface area reverse electrowetting on dielectric energy harvesting with power conditioning circuitry for self-powered sensors in wearable and implantable electronics" being accepted at the 2021 SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing . (12/20/20)

Congratulations to Nishat and Dipon for their paper (A CMOS Closed-loop Miniaturized Wireless Power Transfer System for Brain Implant Applications) being accepted to the Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 2020. (10/15/20)

Congratulations to Nishat, and Deepa for their paper (A Dry Electrode-Based ECG Sensor with Motion Artifacts Cancellation and Signal Analysis for Heart Irregularity Detection) being accepted to the IEEE Sensors conference, 2020. (08/25/2020)

Congratulations to Dipon and Bernabe for their paper (Design of a Multi-layered On-chip Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) System Design for Brain Neuromodulation Applications) being published at the 2020 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems (WMCS). (08/21/2020)

Congratulations to Jackie for her paper (Simulation and Fabrication of Inkjet-Printed mm-Sized Capacitors for Wearable Temperature Sensing Applications) being published at the 2020 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems (WMCS). (08/21/2020)

Congratulations to Pashu, Nishat, and Dipon, for their paper (Reverse Electrowetting-on-Dielectric Energy Harvesting Integrated with Charge Amplifier and Rectifier for Self-powered Motion Sensors) being accepted to the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE2020) conference, 2020. (07/29/2020)

Congratulations to Nishat for her paper (Design and Fabrication of an EGFET Based Chemical Sensor Using Transistor Association Technique) being published at the 2020 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA). (07/10/2020)

Congratulations to Nishat for her papers (A Low-power Reconfigurable Readout Circuit with Large DC Offset Reduction for Neural Signal Recording Applications and Dry Electrode Based Low-power ECG Acquisition System with Adaptive Motion Artifacts Cancellation) being accepted at the 63rd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), 2020. (07/03/2020)

Congratulations to Nishat for her paper (A Low-Power On-chip ECG Monitoring System Based on MWCNT/PDMS Dry Electrodes) being published in the IEEE Sensors Journal. (06/10/2020)

Congratulations to Dipon, Melissa, and Tien for their paper (Modeling and Characterization of Scaling Factor of Flexible Spiral Coils for Wirelessly Powered Wearable Sensors) being published at the MDPI Sensors Journal. (04/17/2020)

Congratulations to Dipon for his paper (A 0.09 mm2 On-Chip Wireless Power Transfer System Designed in 0.5 µm CMOS Process for Brain Neuromodulation Applications) being published at the IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology. (04/06/2020)

Dr. Mahbub was invited to give a talk to the female high-school kids at the Northwest ISD's STEM Academy event "Women in STEM". (02/26/20)

Congratulations to Dipon for the 1st prize in the poster competition at the IEEE North Tech-SAS Symposium. His poster title was "A Novel 3-D Printed Headstage and Homecage based WPT System for Long-term Behavior Study of Freely Moving Animals". (02/22/20)

IbioCASL participated at the STEM@the park event to mentor the local high-school students to inspire them to pursue a career in STEM. (02/22/20)

Congratulations to Nishat, Dipon, and Pashu for their paper (Design of a Reverse-Electrowetting Transducer Based Wireless Self-Powered Motion Sensor) being accepted to the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) conference, 2020. (01/05/2020)

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Congratulations to Dr. Ifana Mahbub for receiving the NSF CAREER award ($500k) for her project on "CAREER: Next-generation of Wirelessly Powered Implantable Neuromodulation and Electrophysiological Recording System for Long-term Behavior Study of Freely-Moving Animals". The proposed research will lead to a novel neural implant that can stimulate the neuron and record the neural activities wirelessly over a long period of time revealing fundamental insights about chronic pain mitigation and post-stroke recovery. (12/16/19)

Congratulation to Dr. Russel Reid and Dr. Ifana Mahbub for their journal on "Wearable Self-Powered Biosensors" in the Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, Elsevier Journal.

IBioCASL lab participated in an interdisciplinary STEM (i-stem) camp for Navy Junior ROTC high-school students as a part of the Office of Naval Research Grant (PI: Kaul, co-PI: Mahbub). In this camp, the students will have had the opportunity to explore state-of-the-art technologies for wireless power transfer and data telemetry systems. Students observed how an experimental mouse cage can be wirelessly powered using resonators to power the LED on a headstage made for freely-moving animals such as mice or rats. The students also had the opportunity to make a dipole antenna and characterize their fabricated antenna’s performance. (11/07/19)

Congratulations to Dipon, Jose, Jacob and Abhijeet for their paper on "A Novel 3-D Printed Headstage and Homecage based WPT System for Long-term Behavior Study of Freely Moving Animals" being accepted for presentation for the IEEE Radio and Wireless Week Symposium 2020. (09/17/19)

“Congratulations to Dr. Ifana Mahbub (Now serving as the PI) and Dr. Russell Reid (co-PI) for receiving $367,994 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the project titled “High Surface Area Reverse Electrowetting Mechanoelectrical Transduction”. The goal of this research project is to harvest energy from low-frequency movement and to develop a self-powered motion sensor to detect various movements such as walking and running. (08/08/19)

IBioCASL lab participated in an interdisciplinary STEM (i-stem) camp for high-school students as a part of the Office of Naval Research Grant (PI: Kaul, co-PI: Mahbub). The student volunteers demonstrated 3D printing, antenna simulation software and measurements, wireless power transfer and biomedical signal recording. (07/19/19)

News link: https://engineering.unt.edu/news/unt-engineering-hosts-inaugural-interdisciplinary-stem-camp-high-schoolers

Congratulations to Nishat for her paper (Design of a 52.5 dB Neural Amplifier with Noise-Power Trade-Off) being accepted to the IEEE 62nd International Midwest Symposium on Circuits & Systems (MWSCAS) conference, 2019. (05/12/2019)

Congratulations to Melissa and Saket for successfully graduating M.Sc. with thesis. Melissa is going to join the Boeing Electromagnetics group at the Oklahoma city and Saket is planning to pursue the Ph.D. degree. (05/09/19)

Congratulations to Nishat for receiving the "Outstanding Ph.D. student" award and Tien for receiving the "Outstanding Junior student" award at the UNT Honors day program. (04/26/19).

Dr. Mahbub is serving as the Publications Chair for the 2019 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems. (03/28/2019)

Congratulations to Dipon and Nishat (Optimization of Miniaturized Wireless Power Transfer System to Maximize Efficiency for Implantable Biomedical Devices), and Ike (Impact of High Temperature on Performance of Wearable Electro-Textile Antennas) for their papers being accepted to the 2019 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems. (03/15/19)

Congratulations to Dr. Anupama Kaul (PI) and Dr. Ifana Mahbub (co-PI) for receiving $750,000 grant from the US Office of Naval Research (ONR). The project aims to engage a broad cross-section of students ranging from middle school to graduate students by integrating the research and education related to low-power, miniaturized RF components for wireless communication and sensing systems.  The focus is to prepare the next generation of students for the U.S. Navy-relevant STEM careers. (03/01/19)

Our journal paper titled "Effects of Coaxial-lateral and Coaxial-angular Displacements on Link Efficiency of a Wirelessly Powered Optogenetic Implant: Design, Modeling, and Experimental Validation" has been accepted for the IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology. (03/31/19)

Our journal paper titled "Deep Sub-micron EGFET Based on Transistor Association Technique for Chemical Sensing" has been accepted for the Sensors journal by MDPI. (02/22/19)

Our journal paper titled "Design of a Charge Amplifier for a Low-Power Respiration Monitoring System" has been accepted to the IET Circuits, Devices and Systems journal. (01/10/19)

Our journal paper titled "Low-Power Low-data-rate IR-UWB Transmitter for Pediatric Apnea Monitoring System" has been accepted to the IET Circuits, Devices and Systems journal. (01/04/19)

Our review paper "EGFET-Based Sensors for Bioanalytical Applications: A Review" on Extended-gate Field Effect Transistor is published in Sensors 2018. (11/20/18)

Congratulations to Ramaa Saket Suri for a successful M.S. thesis defense. His topic is "Design of voltage boosting rectifiers for wireless power transfer systems." (10/26/18)

Congratulations to Melissa, Dipon, and Tien for their paper ( Design of a Flexible Receiver Module for Implantable Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Applications) being accepted to the 2019 USNC-URSI National Radio Science Meeting (NRSM) at Boulder, CO, USA. (10/25/2018)

Congratulations to Saket and Nishat for their paper (Low-power Highly Efficient Voltage Boosting Rectifier for Wide-band Inductively-coupled Power Telemetry) being accepted to the 2019 USNC-URSI National Radio Science Meeting (NRSM) at Boulder, CO, USA. (10/25/2018)

Congratulations to Nishat for her paper (A Low-power Low-noise Reconfigurable Bandwidth BiCMOS Neural Amplifier) being accepted to the 13th IEEE Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference 2018. (10/23/2018)

Congratulations to Nishat and Dipon for their paper (Closed-loop Adaptive Transcutaneous Wireless Power Transfer System for Implantable Sensors) being accepted to the Radio & Wireless Week (RWW) 2019. (09/24/18)

Dr. Mahbub attended the NSF Smart and Connected Community aspiring PI workshop. She is also one of the recipients of the travel grant to attend the workshop. (09/17/18)

Dr. Mahbub is serving as the Publications Chair for the 13th IEEE Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference. (08/01/2018)

Congratulations to Chloe Filed for receiving the Undergraduate Research Fellowship and Summer Research Fellowship for the 2018-2019 academic year. (07/18/2018)

Our book chapter on ''Low-power Wearable and Wireless Sensors for Advanced Healthcare Monitoring'' in IoT and Low-power Wireless Circuits and Architectures and Techniques is published by CRC press. (06/14/18)

Congratulations to Nishat and Saket (A low power CMOS Voltage Boosting Rectifier for Wireless Power Transfer Applications), Dipon, Melissa and Josh (A NFC (Near-field Communication) based Wireless Power Transfer System Design with Miniaturized Receiver Coil for Optogenetic Implants), and Ike (A Comprehensive Analysis of various Electro-textile Materials for Wearable Antenna Applications) for their papers being accepted to the 2018 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems. (03/15/18)

Congratulations to Dipon, Nishat, Josh, and Melissa for the paper titled 'Miniaturized Wireless Power Transfer Module Design for Brain Optoelectronic Implant' being accepted to The International Microwave Biomedical Conference (IMBioC) 2018 conference. (02/28/18)

Three Undergraduate students (Joshua Hyde, Arturo Sifuentes, and Melissa Sinclair) from the iBioCASL lab participated in the Showcase of Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE) poster competition today. Congratulations to Josh and Melissa for winning the 2nd position in the competition. (11/10/17)

Dr. Mahbub received the UNT Office of Research and Development Research Seed grant for the project titled "A Prototype Miniaturized Wirelessly Powered Neural Stimulation and Recording System for Brain Optogenetics". (10/12/17)