This presentation will give an overview on the research which is carried out at the Biomedical Integrated Circuits and Sensors (BICS) group at Monash University, and go more in detail in a number of select research topics, including: ultra-low power interfaces for biomedical implants, a miniaturised high-data rate dual-band UWB sensor node, an EMI-resistant LVDS transceiver, a low-EMI integrated DC/DC converter, and a capacitive pressure sensor interface.
Jean-Michel Redoute received the M.Eng. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium, in 2001. He then started working at Alcatel Bell, Antwerpen, where he was involved in the design of analog microelectronic circuits for telecommunications systems. In January 2005, he joined the University of Leuven as a Ph.D. Research Assistant. In September 2009, he started working as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Berkeley Wireless Research Center, University of California, Berkeley. In September 2010, he joined Monash University as a Senior Lecturer. His research interests include mixed-signal integrated circuit design, electromagnetic compatibility, biomedical (integrated and nonintegrated) circuit design, and radio frequency-integrated circuit design.