November 2015

Byunghun won the Silver Award in the highly competitive “The 11th Samsung Electro-Mechanics Best Paper Awards”. The title of his paper was “A Multi-Cycle Q-Modulation Technique for Wirelessly-Powered Biomedical Implants.” You may find more information here.

October 2015

Yaoyao, Zheyuan, and Abdollah won the Best Live Demo Award at the 2015 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference. Their demo was titled: “Live Demonstration: A Smart Homecage System with Behavior Analysis and Closed-Loop Optogenetic Stimulation Capabilities”. You may find more information here.

August 2015

GT-Bionics lab will participate in the 2015 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS'15) with 6 papers. BioCAS serves as a premier international forum for presenting the interdisciplinary research and development at the crossroads of medicine, life sciences, physical sciences and engineering that will shape tomorrow's medical devices and healthcare systems.

July 2015

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Ostadabbas for accepting a faculty position at Northeastern University. We at the GT Bionics lab look forward to you making us all proud. We'll miss you!

March 2015

Dr. Ghovanloo was named an IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Distinguished Lecturer for 2015-2016 term. The topics on which he will lecture are "Implantable and Wearable Microelectronic Devices to Improve Quality of Life for People with Disabilities" and "Efficient Power and Wideband Data Transmission in Near Field."

November 2014

Tongue Drive featured in US NEWS and World Report: Wearable Tech for People With Disabilities.

Welcome to GT-Bionics Lab

GT-Bionics Lab is getting ready after 2015 end of year meeting!
The new internal Tongue Drive System (iTDS) is being presented at the 2012 IEEE ISSCC in San Francisco! It is also being featured at Georgia Tech's Research News blog. Check it out! Mouth Gear: Tongue Drive System Goes Inside the Mouth to Improve Performance and User Comfort.
George Walton Academy toured GT Bionics Lab on Nov. 2015. Zhenxuan "James" showed them the Tongue Drive System (TDS).
Our lab has a lot of great undergraduate students working alongside our graduate students with programs such as ORS.
The Tongue Drive System (TDS) has had great success during clinical trials. Here is a video of Jason, a friend of our lab, demoing the device.
GT-Bionics is investigating many areas of biomedical engineeing. Please visit our research pages for more details.
EnerCage: A smart experimental arena that can wirelessly power, communicate with, and track electronics that are attached to or implanted in small freely behaving animal subjects.
One of our goals at GT-Bionics is to develop innovative implantable medical devices. The PCB above is the 6th generation of the Wireless Integrated Neural Recording (WINeR6) system-on-a-chip (SoC), fabricated in a standard CMOS process.Click here for more details!
The Tongue Drive System has great potential to help disabled regain independence and control over their environment. We're always looking for volunteers for clinical testing. If interested please contact us!
The TDS has been featured in many media outlets. Please visit our media page to see more videos.
Congratulations Dr. Xueliang Huo! Have a great time at Microsoft. Everyone at GT-Bionics and Georgia Tech will miss you!
Our group is constantly growing. Please visit our student's profiles and see if YOU might fit in at GT-Bionics!

Welcome to GT-Bionics! We are a research group at Georgia Tech performing active research in the following fields:

Please browse to find out more about our work, our group, and our involvement with the community. Thanks for visiting!

Most Recent Publications

    Most Cited Publications

    • Uei-Ming Jow; Ghovanloo, M.;, "Design and Optimization of Printed Spiral Coils for Efficient Transcutaneous Inductive Power Transmission," IEEE Trans. Biomed. Circuits Syst., vol.1, no.3, pp.193-202, Sept. 2007.
      DOI: 10.1109/TBCAS.2007.913130.
      Number of Citations:282
    • Ghovanloo, M.; Najafi, K.;, "Fully integrated wideband high-current rectifiers for inductively powered devices," IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits, vol.39, no.11, pp. 1976- 1984, Nov. 2004.
      DOI: 10.1109/JSSC.2004.835822.
      Number of Citations:218
    • Ghovanloo, M.; Najafi, K.;, "A wideband frequency-shift keying wireless link for inductively powered biomedical implants," Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on, vol.51, no.12, pp. 2374- 2383, Dec. 2004.
      DOI: 10.1109/TCSI.2004.838144.
      Number of Citations:209
    • Kiani, M.; Uei-Ming Jow; Ghovanloo, M.;, "Design and Optimization of a 3-Coil Inductive Link for Efficient Wireless Power Transmission," IEEE Trans. Biomed. Circuits Syst., vol.5, no.6, pp.579-591, Dec. 2011.
      DOI: 10.1109/TBCAS.2011.2158431.
      Number of Citations:196
    • M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, "The circuit theory behind coupled-mode magnetic resonance-based wireless power transmission," IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems I, vol.59, no.9, pp. 2065-2074, Sept. 2011.
      DOI: 10.1109/TCSI.2011.2180446.
      Number of Citations:169
    • Seung Bae Lee; Hyung-Min Lee; Kiani, M.; Uei-Ming Jow; Ghovanloo, M.;, "An Inductively Powered Scalable 32-Channel Wireless Neural Recording System-on-a-Chip for Neuroscience Applications," IEEE Trans. Biomed. Circuits Syst., vol.4, no.6, pp.360-371, Dec. 2010.
      DOI: 10.1109/TBCAS.2010.2078814.
      Number of Citations:163