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IEEE-IMBioC 2018

IEEE International Microwave Biomedical Conference IEEE-IMBioC 2018. June 14-15, 2018. Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, USA. Thursday, 14 JUNE 2018. 15:00-18:00. IMBioC Openning Event Plenary session: Renal Denervation for Uncontrolled Hypertension: Complexity After Symplicity Speaker: Dr. Nicholas J. Ruggiero II, MD, Thomas Jefferson University Room: Grand Ballroom FRIDAY, 15 JUNE 2018, 8:00 to 10:00. Session FR1A Session FR1B Session FR1C. Transistor-level biosensor techniques Neuroimplants & miniaturized devices Bio-tissue and cell modeling Chairs: Simon Hemour, Christian Damm Chairs: Yongxin Guo, Ifana Mahbub Chairs: James Hwang, Pai-Yen Chen Room: 201A Room: 201B Room: 201C.

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1 IEEE International Microwave Biomedical Conference IEEE-IMBioC 2018. June 14-15, 2018. Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, USA. Thursday, 14 JUNE 2018. 15:00-18:00. IMBioC Openning Event Plenary session: Renal Denervation for Uncontrolled Hypertension: Complexity After Symplicity Speaker: Dr. Nicholas J. Ruggiero II, MD, Thomas Jefferson University Room: Grand Ballroom FRIDAY, 15 JUNE 2018, 8:00 to 10:00. Session FR1A Session FR1B Session FR1C. Transistor-level biosensor techniques Neuroimplants & miniaturized devices Bio-tissue and cell modeling Chairs: Simon Hemour, Christian Damm Chairs: Yongxin Guo, Ifana Mahbub Chairs: James Hwang, Pai-Yen Chen Room: 201A Room: 201B Room: 201C.

2 8:00 8:00 8:00. Integrated Millimeter-Wave and THz Multiscale Modeling and Shared Knowledge, Gaps and Analyzer Platforms for Miniature Electroneural Interfaces for Challenges of Microdosimetry: Biosensors (Invited) Neuroimplants: from a Retinal Realistic Models of Cells and D. Kissinger - IHP, Germany Prosthesis to Restore Vision to Endoplasmic Reticulum (Invited). the Blind to a Hippocampus A. Denzi1, C. Merla2, F. M. Andr 3, Implant for Memory Restoration T. Garcia-Sanchez3, L. M. Mir3, (Invited) F. Apollonio1, M. Liberti1, 1 Sapienza University of G.

3 Lazzi, University of Southern California, USA Rome, Italy, 2 ENEA, Division of Health Protection Technologies, Italy, 3 CNRS UMR 8203, IGV, University Paris Sud, France 8:30 8:30 8:30. 8:00-9:30. A Compact Energy Efficient CMOS Permittivity Sensor A Ka-band Beamformer for Wireless Power Transfer to Development of a Tissue Dielectric Properties Model Based on Multi-Harmonic Downconversion and Tunable Body Area Networks Based on Maxwell-Fricke Mixture Theory Impedance Bridge N. Saiz, G. Buckmaster, T. Lee, Stanford University, USA S. Etoz, , Brace, - University of Gerasimos Vlachogiannakis, Z.

4 Hu, H. T. Shivamurthy, A. Wisconsin Madison, USA. Neto, M. Pertijs, L. de Vreede, M. Spirito, Tu Delft, Netherlands 8:50 8:50 8:50. Homodyne and Heterodyne Terahertz Dielectric Sensors: NEMS Magnetoelectric Antennas for Biomedical Reproducibility Evaluation of Composite Dielectric Prototyping and Comparison in BiCMOS Technology for Application Materials Based on an Error Propagation Model Lab-on-Chip Applications H. Lin, M. Zaeimbashi, N. Sun, X. Liang, H. Chen, C. Dong, B. Hattenhorst, C. Baer, T. Musch, Ruhr University 1 1 1 1. D. Wang , K. Schmalz , M.

5 H. Eissa , J. Borngraeber , M. A. Matyushov, X. Wang, Y. Guo, Y. Gao, N. Sun, Bochum, Germany 1 2 1 1. Kucharski , M. Elkhouly , M. Ko , Y. Wang , H. J. Ng , J. 1 Northeastern University, USA. Yun 1 , B. Tillack 1 , D. Kissinger 1 , 1 IHP Microelectronics, 2. Germany, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany 9:10 9:10 9:10. Towards high-transconductance graphene high-speed UHF RFID Sensor Tag Antenna Concept for Stable and Molecular dynamics simulations in service of microwave biosensors Distance Independent Remote Monitoring dielectric analysis of biomolecules W. Wei 1 , S.

6 Mhedhbi 1 , P. Tilmant 1 , H. Happy 2 , E. L. G rtschacher, sch, J. Grosinger, Graz University of M. Cifra, P. Ji , D. Havelka, O. Krivosudsk , Institute of Pallecchi 1 , 1 IEMN, Lille, France, 2 Univ. Lille & IEMN, Technology, Austria Photonics and Electronics of The Czec, Czech Republic France 9:30-10:00. Interactive forum, student paper competition, coffee break Room: 204AB. 1. IEEE International Microwave Biomedical Conference IEEE-IMBioC 2018. June 14-15, 2018. Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, USA. FRIDAY, 15 JUNE 2018, 10:00 to 13:20.

7 10:00-10:40. Plenary session: Is There a Fundamental Law of Health and Disease? Speaker: Dr. Chung-Kang Peng, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School (BIDMC/HMS). Room: 201A. Session FR2B. Session FR2A Session FR2C. Microwave and antenna for wireless power &. Microwave imaging and MRI Biosensors wearables Chairs: Abbas Omar, Xudong Chen Chairs: Arnaud Pothier, Pingshan Wang Chairs: Aydin Farajidavar, Simon Hemour Room: 201A Room: 201C. Room: 201B. 10:50 10:50 10:50. Recent advances in RF Aspects RF in Medicine: Current Status and Biosensors for Measuring the of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Future Directions of Antennas and Dielectric Response of Single Cells (Invited) Wireless Power (Invited) to Applied Stress (Invited).

8 R. Caverly, Villanova University, Y. Guo, National Univ. of Singapore, G. Bridges , University of Manitoba, USA Singapore Canada 11:20 11:20 11:20. 10:50-12:20. Real-time Microwave Imaging of Breast Phantoms with Evaluating the Microwave Performance of Epidermal A Four-Layer Phantom for Testing In-Vitro Microwave- Constrained Deconvolution of Planar Data Electronics with Equivalent Transmission Line Modeling Based Sensing Approach in Intra-Cranial Pressure D. Tajik, F. Foroutan 1 , D. S. Shumakov 2 , A. D. Pitcher 1 , E. T. Chang, J. A. Fan, T. H. Lee, Stanford Univ.

9 , USA Monitoring A. Eveleigh 1 , N. K. Nikolova 1 , 1 McMaster University, J. C. Velander, S. R. Mohd Shah, Perez, N. B. B. Asan, Canada. 2 Health Canada, Canada D. Nowinski , A. Lewen, P. Enblad, R. Augustine, Uppsala University, Sweden 11:40 11:40 11:40. A fast algorithm for microwave biomedical imaging with High Efficiency Wireless Power Transfer System using Microwave Noninvasive Blood Glucose Monitoring inhomogeneous background Spiral DGS Resonators through Biological Tissues Sensor: Penetration Depth and Sensitivity Analysis 1 2 3 1 3 2 1 3 1. K. Xu , Y.

10 Zhong , X. Chen , Hangzhou Dianzi University, S. Chalise, F. Tahar, M. R. Saad, A. Barakat, K. Yoshitomi, H. Choi, S. Luzio, J. Beutler, A. Porch, University of China, 2 Institute of High Performance Computing, R. K. Pokharel, Kyushu Univ., Japan Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2 Swansea University, United Singapore, 3 National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore Kingdom, 3 Cardif University, United Kingdom 12:00 12:00 12:00. Realization of breast tissue-mimicking phantom High-Q Implantable Resonator for Wireless Power Microwave Sensing Based on Peelable Microfluidic Thin materials: dielectric characterization in the GHz delivery Film Resonator frequency range L.


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