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Department of Biomedical engineering
 

Founded in 1987, the department of electronics provides 5 core electronic courses for undergraduate students including circuitry, signal and system, analog circuit, digital circuit and integrated circuit, two experimental courses including integrated electronic experiments and circuit installation training, and 2 courses for graduate students majoring in biomedical engineering, i.e. information and transmission, and application of modern integrated circuit. It began to confer master's degree in BME in 1989 and doctoral degree in 1998. For better understanding of modern electronics, the department has 2 teaching labs, called electronics technology lab and electronic circuit simulation lab, respectively. Besides teaching, it also provides guidance to undergraduate students and their graduation design, and instruction for graduate students pursuing master and doctoral degree. Currently there are over 20 undergraduate students, over 20 MS candidates, and 4 Ph.D. candidates under instruction.

The department has engaged into two research directions. One is non-contact detection technology and the other is medical electronic information technology. Currently the department undertakes 3 projects funded by national foundation, and 8 projects funded by ministerial and provincial foundation. To support the research work, it has established two labs, i.e., the non-contact detection lab and bio-radar lab.


WANG, Jian-Qi

Professor, Department of Electronics

Research fields:

1. Bioradar : Detection of vital living parameters by the means of radar detection and biomedical signal detection techniques.

2. Engineering in medical informatics: focuses on the techniques used for collecting, transmitting and processing medical information under special environments.

Educational Background:

M.S. Eng. 1990: Communication and Electronic System, National University of Defence Technology.

Ph.D.Eng.2005.Research Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University.

 

Professional Societies and Services:

Senior member, Chinese Society of Biomedical Engineering

Graduate Students Supervised:

18 graduate student for master's degree.

 

Qin, Ming-Xin

 

Professor, Director of Department of Electronics

Research Interests

1.Electromegnetic imaging and monitoring techniques of brain

2.Nonlinear processing methods for biomedical signals

3.Intelligent medical equipment

Educational Background

2001.7. MSc Degree - Fourth military medical University, Shaanxi, PRC

2004.12. PhD Degree - Xidian University, Shaanxi, PRC

Working Experience

2004.12. Professor, Director of Department of Electronics, Fourth military medical University, China.

1998.7. Professor, Director of Department of Medical Electronic Engineering, Fourth military medical University, China

Academic Recognition

1997- Senior member, Chinese Society of Biomedical Engineering

2002- Vice Chairman, Medical Instrument and Signal Processing Committee, Chinese Society of Medical Physics

2005- Council Member, Shanxi Electronics Society

2008-Senior Council Member, Shanxi Signal Processing Society

2003-Specilty Editorial Board, Chinese Journal of Medical Physics

2001-Editorial Board, Chinese Journal of Computerized Tomography Theory and Applications. 

Recent Research Grants(as a principal investigator)

1.2008.1-2010.12:Research on key techniques of brain magnetic induction tomography. Project of National Science Foundation of China (No.60771027).

2.2006.1- 2010.1:Basic research of intracranial pressure(ICP) measurement with bio-impedance method. Project of Military's Science and Technology Foundation of PLA for Medicine (No.06MA224).

3.2001.1-2006.1: Research on techniques for brain trauma monitoring with magnetic induction tomography. Key Project of Military's Science and Technology Foundation of PLA for Medicine(No. 01Z078).

4.2000.1-2003.1: Basic research of brain impedance tomography. Project of Natural Science Foundation of Shanxi Province (No.2000 SM 32).

5.2000.1-2003.1: Study of 2 dimension monitoring technique in non - invasion brain function monitoring. Research roject of Shanxi Province's Science and Technology 5.Committee(No.2000K14-G16).

6.1999.1-2002.1:Basic research on brain function by bio-electrical impedance tomography Project of China-Isreal Research Cooperation in BioMedical Engineering (No.99M-002-1426).

Conference Committee & Invited Talks

2007.8.29-9.2, Member of Scientific BoardCo-Chair of MIT Session , 13th International Conference on Electrical Bioimpedance and 8th Conference on Electrical Impedance Tomography 2007. Aug. 29th-Sept.2nd 2007 Graz, Austria.

2006.8.31, Invited talk, 7th Conference on Biomedical Applications of Electrical Impedance Tomography, Kyung Hee University and COEX, Korea, Aug.27-31, 2006.
"Measurement Method of Magnetic Induction"

Graduate Students Supervised:

18 graduate students for master's degree.

Fourth Military Medical University 
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