2019 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to implantable wireless integrated circuits and systems
Maysam Ghovanloo mainly focuses on Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Wireless, Power transmission and Electromagnetic coil. Electrical engineering is closely attributed to Electrical efficiency in her study. Her studies deal with areas such as Electronic circuit, Data transmission, Telemetry, Differential amplifier and Transponder as well as Electronic engineering.
Her work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Tongue, Wireless sensor network, Simulation and Headset. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Interference, Maximum power transfer theorem and Bandwidth. Maysam Ghovanloo interconnects Magnet and Base in the investigation of issues within Electromagnetic coil.
Maysam Ghovanloo mostly deals with Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Wireless, Tongue and Power transmission. Her research investigates the link between Electrical engineering and topics such as Maximum power transfer theorem that cross with problems in Wireless power transfer. Her research in Electronic engineering intersects with topics in Pulse-width modulation, Chip, Frequency-shift keying and Data transmission.
Maysam Ghovanloo combines subjects such as Computer hardware, Wireless sensor network, Headset, Radio frequency and Signal with her study of Wireless. Her research integrates issues of Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Speech recognition, Wearable computer, Task and Simulation in her study of Tongue. Her study in Power transmission is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Power management, Amplifier and Power control.
Her primary areas of study are Electrical engineering, Wireless, Tongue, Human–computer interaction and Voltage. Her work on Electrical engineering deals in particular with CMOS, Transmitter, Topology, Rectifier and Transistor. Her study looks at the relationship between Rectifier and topics such as Inductor, which overlap with Electromagnetic coil.
Her Wireless research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer hardware, Power transmission, Radio frequency, Software-defined radio and Telecommunications link. Her studies in Tongue integrate themes in fields like Task, Tetraplegia and Gesture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Signal and Stimulation in addition to Voltage.
Maysam Ghovanloo focuses on Wireless, Electrical engineering, Optogenetics, Computer hardware and Stimulation. Her Wireless research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Artificial neural network, Hidden Markov model, Silent speech interface and Data set. Her Electrical engineering research incorporates themes from Power transmission, Maximum power transfer theorem and Telecommunications link.
As part of the same scientific family, Maysam Ghovanloo usually focuses on Maximum power transfer theorem, concentrating on Voltage and intersecting with Electromagnetic coil. Her Telecommunications link study incorporates themes from Data transmission, Wireless data transmission, Voltage-controlled oscillator, Electronic engineering and Power budget. Maysam Ghovanloo has researched Computer hardware in several fields, including Time-division multiplexing and Data link.
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Design and Optimization of Printed Spiral Coils for Efficient Transcutaneous Inductive Power Transmission
Uei-Ming Jow;M. Ghovanloo.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems (2007)
Design and Optimization of a 3-Coil Inductive Link for Efficient Wireless Power Transmission
M. Kiani;Uei-Ming Jow;M. Ghovanloo.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems (2011)
The Circuit Theory Behind Coupled-Mode Magnetic Resonance-Based Wireless Power Transmission
M. Kiani;M. Ghovanloo.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2012)
Dual-task motor performance with a tongue-operated assistive technology compared with hand operations
Ashley N Johnson;Xueliang Huo;Maysam Ghovanloo;Minoru Shinohara;Minoru Shinohara.
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation (2012)
Systems and methods for providing wireless power to a portable unit
Fully integrated wideband high-current rectifiers for inductively powered devices
M. Ghovanloo;K. Najafi.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2004)
A wideband frequency-shift keying wireless link for inductively powered biomedical implants
M. Ghovanloo;K. Najafi.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2004)
An inductively powered scalable 32-channel wireless neural recording system-on-a-chip for neuroscience applications
Seung Bae Lee;Hyung-Min Lee;Mehdi Kiani;Uei-Ming Jow.
international solid-state circuits conference (2010)
Modeling and Optimization of Printed Spiral Coils in Air, Saline, and Muscle Tissue Environments
Uei-Ming Jow;M. Ghovanloo.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems (2009)
A Wide-Band Power-Efficient Inductive Wireless Link for Implantable Microelectronic Devices Using Multiple Carriers
M. Ghovanloo;S. Atluri.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2007)
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