The University of Southampton

Investigating cutting edge technology in a highly multi-disciplinary environment, the Biomedical Electronics Research Group in the School of Electronics and Computer Science is researching, developing and teaching the next generation of healthcare and bio-related technologies. 

  • 23 April 2020

    Innovative personal respirator hoods deployed...

    Thousands of protective respirator hoods developed by researchers at the University of Southampton are being introduced to hospital wards for staff treating patients with COVID-19.

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  • 2 April 2020

    Southampton personal respirators trialled for...

    Researchers from the University of Southampton have rapidly developed a prototype personal respirator that could soon be used to protect doctors and nurses tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • 15 July 2019

    Biomedical Group Away Day

    Biomedical Group Away Day 5 July 2019

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  • Publications archive

    Recent BIO publications

    Plane-splitting logic techniques using hybrid CMOS-memristor circuits and systems - Alexantrou Serb, Georgios Papandroulidakis, Ali Khiat and Themistoklis Prodromakis
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Item availability restricted.
    Generalized norm optimal iterative learning control: constraint handling - Yiyang Chen, Bing Chu and Christopher T. Freeman
    Type: Article | 2017 | Item availability restricted.
    Finger displacement sensing: FEM simulation and model prediction of a three-layer electrode design - Nan Hu, Paul H. Chappell and Nick R. Harris
    Type: Article | 2019 | Item not available on this server.
    Data for AC electrokinetic biased Deterministic Lateral Displacement for tunable particle separation - Victor Calero Martin, Hywel Morgan, Carlos M Honrado, Antonio Ramos and Pablo Garcia-Sanchez
    Type: Dataset | 2019 | University of Southampton
    Modular pressure and flow rate-balanced microfluidic serial dilution networks for miniaturised point-of-care diagnostic platforms - Nikolaos Vasilakis, Konstantinos I. Papadimitriou, Hywel Morgan and Themistoklis Prodromakis
    Type: Article | 2019