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Our research interests focus on the interface with the real world and involve areas such as bio-naotechnology (Lab-on-a-Chip for point-of-care-diagnostics), GNSS and wireless technologies based LBS systems for blind navigation, biometrics, use of ultrasonic and electromagnetic acoustic guided wave for NDT, fundamentals of charge particle dynamics, measurement systems for pharmaceutical drug aerosol characterisation, medical electronics, pattern recognition, image processing, theory and application of neural networks, evolutionary hardware, and human factors in product and system design .

The Group investigates processes and mechanisms found in nature to inspire alternative approaches to the design and implementation of intelligent electronic systems. The scientific objective of the Group will be to investigate underpinning scientific fundamentals necessary to develop algorithms and measurement techniques to implement intelligent electronic systems capable of efficient control and operations of industrial processes and health care systems.