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Center for Biomedical Device and Sensors (CBIS)

CENTER OF BIOMEDICAL IMAGING AND SENSORS (CBIS)

 

ABOUT US

Center of Biomedical Imaging and Sensors (CBIS) is a center in multi-disciplinary research area that involved several engineering fields. It revolves around the application of engineering science and technology to the medical field. These applications are used to support the medical and biological science areas in improving healthcare, diagnosis, rehabilitation and treatment. In modern society today, the concern about healthcare is increasing, and people are getting more aware of the benefits of new technologies. The main research of this program is focusing on the understanding, development and application of instrumentation, physiological measurements, signal, sensors and image analysis as well as understanding and learning the medical problems in order to facilitate the prognosis, diagnosis, rehabilitation and treatment of patients. Globally, biomedical, imaging and sensors have become an important field of study to many world class universities, and in Malaysia, a few universities have established their biomedical engineering faculties to cope with the latest research trend by applying image analysis and sensors. It is now time for UPM to promote our CBIS because we have the strengths, e.g. having our own medical faculty, a lot of equipment and having excellent international and local linkages. Eventually, benefits of new findings in this research center and its development will contributes toward university’s and the nation’s inspirations.

 

VISION

To become a center for biomedical device and technology with reputable international standings.

 

MISSION

  • To become platform in all biomedical engineering research
  • To be part of the biomedical international community.
  • To produce world class experts in respective research areas.
  • To produce internationally reputable research findings.
  • To establish strong network connection with international research communities.
  • To contribute towards university’s and the nation’s inspirations.

 

KEY RESEARCHERS

No.

Name & Email

Position and Expertise

Faculty

1.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wan Zuha Wan Hasan

wanzuha@upm.edu.my

Associate Professor (Leader)

Medical Devices and Robotics

FK

2.

Prof. Dr. M. Iqbal b. Saripan

iqbal@upm.edu.my

Professor

Medical Imaging System

3.

Prof. Dr. Rozi Mahmood

rozi@upm.edu.my

Professor

Medical Imaging System

FPSK

4.

Assoc. Prof. Datin Ir.  Dr. Siti Aslina bt. Hussain

aslina@upm.edu.my

Associate Professor

Medical Instrumentation

FK

6.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zurina Zainal Abidin

zurina@upm.edu.my

Associate Professor

Material Medical Instrumentation

5.

Dr. Syamsiah Mashohor

syamsiah@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Artificial Intelligence

7.

Dr. Hafiz Rashidi b Harun @ Ramli

hrhr@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Biomedical Engineering

8.

Dr. Maryam bt. Mohd. Isa

maryam@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Microelectronics

9.

Dr Nazim Mohtar

nazim@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Biomedical Engineering

10.

Dr Khairil Anas Md Rezali

khairilanas@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Medical Devices and Robotics(Vibration)

11.

Dr Azizan As’arry

zizan@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Medical Devices and Robotics

12.

Dr Hazreen Haizi Harith

hazreen@upm.edu.my

Senior Lecturer

Medical Devices and Robotics

 

RESEARCH FACILITIES

  • PCB & Photolithography Fabrication Lab
  • Embedded Control Systems & Robotics Lab
  • Multimedia Systems Lab
  • Plantar Pressure Measurement Platform
  • Thermal & Fluorescence Camera, 3D Scanner
  • Biosensors (e.g. EEG) & Neurofeedback Systems
  • Medical rats rearing equipment
  • 3D Printers & CNC Machines
  • Robotic Hand Glove System (Grasping and Rehabilitation)
  • Toyota Home Support Robot (HSR)

 

RESEARCH GRANTS:

  1. Intelligent Robotic Healthcare Assistant UPM-IPI RM50,000.00 (WZWH On-Going 2018)
  2. An Algorithm of Real Time Self Calibration for Pressure Sensor on Hand Glove Rehabilitation System MOHE-FRGS RM99,000.00 (WZWH On-Going 2018
  3. INTERNATIONAL GRANT: An Innovative Proof of Concept of 3D X-Ray Imaging Systems for Painless Breast Cancer Detection, NSTP – King Saud University (Kingdom of Saudi), SR1.8million (RM1.62m)
  4. Development of High Speed Electronics Read-outs for Highly Sensitive Mobile Gamma Camera in Breast Cancer Imaging, Sciencefund – MOSTI RM403,600
  5. Machine Learning Approach for Breast Cancer Relapse Time Prediction, RUGS, RM65,000
  6. INTERNATIONAL GRANT: Single Sided X-Rays Imaging, DSTL UK (via Univ. of Surrey, UK), GBP6200 (RM31,000)
  7. Evaluation and Assessment of Wire Mesh Collimator Gamma Camera– collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory US, Braingain-MOSTI, RM254,000.
  8. Analysis on Correlations between Preparation conditions-microstructure Properties of Graphene Aerogels (Member) RM76,000 2016-2018 Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) TK05/UPM/02/7 (xx) (On-Going)
  9. Characterization of Graphene Material in MEMs Pressure Sensor Design for Medical Application MOHE-FRGSRM127,500(Completed 2014)
  10. Intelligent Robotic Hand for Pick and Place Application with Unknown Weight Object UPM-IPS RM15,000 (WZWH Completed 2015)
  11. Characterization of Graphene Material in MEMs Pressure Sensor Design for Medical Application MOHE-FRGS RM127,500 (WZWH Completed 2014)
  12. High Sensitivity Pressure Distribution of Polymer Based Pressure Sensor Array for Under Diabetic Foot 000MOHE-UPM RM187,000 Leader Completed 2016
  13. High Efficiency Integrated Solar Home Automation System Based on DC Load Matching Technique UPM-IPS RM20,000 (WZWH Completed 2017)
  14. On-site Calibration of Pressure Sensor for Insole Application UPM-IPS RM20,000 (WZWH Completed 2017)
  15. An integrated evolutionary intelligent real-time watermarking system (Project member) Ministry of Higher Education (ERGS) Sept 2011- Aug 2014 RM87,000 Completed
  16. Computer-Aided Breast Cancer Detection and Diagnosis in Computed Tomography Laser Mammography (CTLM) (Project leader) Science Fund 1 May 2013 – 31 Nov 2015 RM263,000 Completed
  17. Building an Abstract Checker Prototype as a Tool to Develop Abstract Writing (Project member) Ministry of Higher Education (FRGS) 1 December 2014 – 31 November 2016 RM98,000 Completed
  18. Numerical Investigation of the Airflow on the Pre- and Post-Operatives Diseased Nasal Cavity (RU UPM), RM 93,400, 2013-2015 (Project Leader) (Completed)
  19. Fundamental Numerical and Experimental Investigations on the Impact of Vortex Shedding to Aerodynamics Objects (FRGS), RM 105,000, 2014-2015(Project Leader)(Completed)
  20. Experimental and Numerical Study for Implementing Humback Whale Leading Edge Tubercles on Wing of ALUDRA MK-1 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ScienceFund), RM 394,500, 2015-2016(Project Leader)(Completed)

 

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

  1. Intelligent Robotic Healthcare Assistant
  2. Robotic Hand Glove for Grasping and Rehabilitation
  3. Under Foot Pressure for Diabetic Foot
  4. Imaging Systems for Painless Breast Cancer Detection
  5. Breast Cancer Detection and Diagnosis in Computed Tomography Laser Mammography (CTLM)
  6. Numerical Investigation of the Airflow on the Pre- and Post-Operatives Diseased Nasal Cavity

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Roomi, E. Saion, M. Habibi, R. Amrollahi, R. Baghdadi, G. R. Etaati, W. Mahmood and M. Iqbal, The Effect of Applied Voltage and Operating Pressure on Emitted X-Ray from Nitrogen (N2) Gas in APF Plasma Focus Device, Journal of Fusion Energy, DOI 10.1007/s10894-011-9395-2
  2. Farzan, S. Mashohor, A. R. Ramli and R. Mahmud. Discriminant analysis of intermediate brain atrophy rates in longitudinal diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Diagnostic Pathology , Vol. 6:105 , October 2011
  3. H.M. Saad, R.E. Roslan, M.A. Mahdi, W.-S. Choong, E. Saion, M.I. Saripan, Monte Carlo design of optimal wire mesh collimator for breast tumor imaging process, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A, Vol 648, pp254-260, 2011
  4. A. Bradley, S. Hashim, M.I. Saripan, K. Wells and W.L. Dunn, Photon signature analysis using template matching, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, Vol 652, 466–469, 2011
  5. Mahmoodian, M. H. Marhaban, R. Abdul Rahim, R. Rosli and M. I. Saripan, Using fuzzy association rule mining in cancer classification, Australas Phys Eng Sci Med, Vol 34(1), pp41-54, 2011
  6. Musarudin, M.I.Saripan, S.Mashohor, W.H.M.Saad, A.J.Nordin and S.Hashim. Impact of patient weight on tumor visibility based on human-shaped phantom simulation study in PET imaging system. Radiation Physics and Chemistry. no. 115,pp 81–87, 2015. (IF: 1.380)
  7. Alrazen, A.R Abu Talib, K.A Ahmad (2016), A Two-component CFD Studies of the Effects of H2, CNG, and Diesel Blend on Combustion Characteristics and Emissions of a Diesel Engine, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41(24): 10483 - 10495 (JCR Q1).
  8. A Mohammed, A.R Abu Talib, N. Abdul Aziz, and K.A Ahmed (2016), Three Dimensional Numerical Investigations on the Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Triangular Facing Step Channels using Nanofluid, IOP: Materials Science and Engineering, 152(1) 012057, doi: 10.1088/1757-899X/152/1/012057 (Scopus Index).
  9. Mojtaba Ahadi, Maryam Binti Mohd Isa, M. Iqbal Bin Saripan, Wan Zuha Wan Hasan, Square monopole antenna for microwave imaging, design and characterisation. Journal of IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation, 2014.
  10. Mojtaba Ahadi, Ph.D., Maryam Isa, Ph.D, M. Iqbal Saripan, Ph.D, and W.Z.W. Hasan, Ph.D," Three Dimensions Localization of Tumors in Confocal Microwave Imaging for Breast Cancer Detection" , Journal of Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 2015
  11. Almassri, W. Z. Wan Hasan,  S. A. Ahmad, A. Ishak, A. M. Ghazali " Pressure Sensor: State of the Art, Design, and Application" for Robotic HandArticle in Journal of Sensors   2015(2015):12 ·SCOPUS (IF-1.182).
  12. Alrazen, H.A., Abu Talib, A.R. Adnan, R., Ahmad, K.A., “A review of the effect of hydrogen addition on the performance and emissions of the compression - Ignition engine”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 54, 1 February 2016, Pages 785-796(ISI Impact Factor : 5.75)
  13. Aina Mardhiyah M. Ghazalia, W. Z. W. Hasan, M. N. Hamidunb, Ahmed H. Sabry, S.A. Ahmed, C. Wada, "An Accurate Wireless Data Transmission and Low Power Consumption of Foot Plantar Pressure Measurements" Elsevier-Procedia Computer Science 76 ( 2015 ) 302 – 307. (SCOPUS)
  14. Ahmed M. M. ALmassri, Chikamune Wada, W. Z. Wan Hasan and S. A. Ahmad, “Auto Grasping Algorithm of Robot Gripper Based on Pressure Sensor” Pertanika J. Sci. & Technol. 25 (S): 2017, pp 113 122. (SCOPUS)
  15. Z. Wan Hasan, F. R. M. Rashidi, M. N. Hamidon and Y. Wahab,” Design of Readout Circuit for Piezoresistive Pressure Sensor Using Nodal Array Approach Reading Technique”, Pertanika J. Sci. & Technol. 25 (S) 2017, pp 215 224. (SCOPUS)
  16. A.Aziz, K.A, A. H. Sabry and W. Z. W. Hasan, “Augmented Reality Application to Monitor wireless data Process in Manufacturing”, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience (ASP) Vol. 14, 1–16, 2017. ISI Q2
  17. Omar I. Dallal Bashi, W. Z. Wan Hasan, N. Azis, S. Shafie and Hiroaki Wagatsuma, “UAV Quadcopter: A Review”, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience (ASP) Vol. 14, 1–16, 2017. ISI Q2
  18. Dalef, H.H., Aziz, F.A., Hasan, W.Z.W., Ariffin, M.K.A.M. Development of wireless controlling and monitoring system for robotic hand using Zigbee protocol (2018) Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 15 (2), pp. 656-662. (SCOPUS)
  19. Dalef, H.H., Aziz, F.A., Hasan, W.Z.W., Ariffin, M.K.A.M. Controlling of robot hand by using microcontroller with visual basic (2018) Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 15 (2), pp. 648-655. (SCOPUS)
  20. Falih S. M. Alkhafaji A,B*,Wan Z. W. Hasana , M.M. Isa And N. Sulaiman, “Optimisation Proportional Integral Derivative Controller Based on Second and Third Plant Model” Scopus Journal 2018. (SCOPUS)
  21. Falih S. M. Alkhafaji A,B*,Wan Z. W. Hasana , M.M. Isa And N. Sulaiman, “Robotic Controller: ASIC Vs FPGA - A Review” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience (ASP) Vol. 14, 1–16, 2018. (SCOPUS)
  22. Alkhafaji, F.S.M., Hasan, W.Z.W., Isa, M.M., Sulaiman, N. Robotic controller: ASIC versus FPGA - A review (2018) Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 15 (1), pp. 1-25. (SCOPUS)
  23. Ahmed M. M. ALmassri, Chikamune Wada, W. Z. Wan Hasan and S. A. Ahmad, “Self-Calibration Algorithm for an Intelligent Sensor with a Real-Time Approach Based on an Artificial Neural Network” Sensors, 2018, 18(8) 2561 pg1-16. ISI Q1
  24. Husamuldeen Khalid Hameed; Wan Zuha Hassan; Suhaidi Shafie; Siti Anom Ahmad; Haslina Jaafar, “A Review on Surface Electromyography Controlled Hand Robotic Devices Used for Rehabilitation and Assistance in Activities of Daily Living”, Journal of Journal of Prosthetics & Orthotics, Accepted 2018
  25. Hussein, W.Z. Wan Hasan, A. Che Soh. H. Jafaar, “Optimization Measurement Technique for Under Foot Pressure Based on Individual Sensor Parameter for Insole Application” Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, accepted 2018 (SCOPUS)
  26. Husamuldeen Khalid Hameed; Wan Zuha Hassan; Suhaidi Shafie; Siti Anom Ahmad; Haslina Jaafar, “Soft robotic glove system controlled with amplitude independent muscle activity detection algorithm by using single sEMG channel”, Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, accepted 2018 (SCOPUS)
  27. Falih S. M. Alkhafaji A,B*,Wan Z. W. Hasana , M.M. Isa And N. Sulaiman, “Proposed a Novel Method for Optimization DC Motor Controller”, Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, accepted 2018 (SCOPUS)

 

EVENTS:

  1. Workshop on Robotic December 2018, Malaysia
  2. ICSIMA 2018, Bangkok
  3. Workshop on Ethic for Clinical Medical Engineering Reseacrh April 2019, UPM Malaysia
  4. World Summit Robot 2018, Japan

 

CONTACT INFO:

Name: Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Wan Zuha Wan Hasan (Head)

Tel/Fax: +603-97694365

Email: wanzuha@upm.edu.my

 

Updated:: 11/07/2019 [m_zulfadhli]

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