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MAK PENG UN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Institute: Faculty of Science and Technology
Research Fields: Bio-signals extraction & processing (mainly electrical) Human Body Communications (HBC) & Body Sensor Networks (BSN) Neural signal in-vivo acquisition and control (electrically and/or optically) Bio-electromagnetism; Applied-Electromagnetics Miniaturized Sensors, such as CMUT Macau and Global Higher Education & Chinese Culture
Contact email: fstpum@um.edu.mo
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MAK PENG UN

Research Contents

  • Bio-signals extraction & processing (mainly electrical)
  • Human Body Communications (HBC) & Body Sensor Networks (BSN)
  • Neural signal in-vivo acquisition and control (electrically and/or optically)
  • Bio-electromagnetism; Applied-Electromagnetics
  • Miniaturized Sensors, such as CMUT
  • Macau and Global Higher Education & Chinese Culture

Project

_ Cross Platform Design Scheme Investigation of Efficient Multi-Port Inductive-Coupling RF Structures for Wireless and Biomedical Applications
_ Initial Implementation of Intra Body Communications (IBC)
_ Initial Investigation on Biomedical Signal Processing using Hilbert-Huang Transform (HHT)
_ General Purpose Intelligent Adaptive Biosignal Acquisition System
_ Face Recognition Access Control System
_ Graphic-Based WAP Access for TETRA
_ Biometrics Based Security System
_ Smart Information System for High Occupancy Parking Lots (SISHOPL)
2017-01_2020-12 Design & Fabrication of Capacitive Micromachined Ultrasound Transducer (CMUT) for Performance Enhancement
2013-01_2016-12 Studying the aqueous outflow system and the cornea of the eye using label-free nonlinear optical imaging techniques
2014-01_2015-12 Miniaturized and automatic controlled circuitry for rapid early detection system for AMI using fluorescence immuochromatography assay technique
2013-01_2015-12 Modeling of Intrabody Communication for Implantable Electric Devices Based on the Visible Human Data
2011-01_2011-12 Investigation of Galvanic-type Intra-Body Communication: Model & Experimental Analysis
2010-01_2012-12 Investigation of Intra-Body Communication (phase I: Modeling and Initial Feasible Experiments)