Electrophysiology

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Electrophysiology (from Greek ἥλεκτρον, ēlektron, "amber"; φύσις, physis, "nature, origin"; and -λογία, -logia) is the study of the electrical properties of biological cells and tissues. (Wikipedia.org)






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2018 International Conference on Communication information and Computing Technology (ICCICT)

Cloud Computing, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Information Security, Big data analysis, Cyber security, Internet-of-Things IOT,


2017 14th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing Science and Automatic Control (CCE)

The principal goal of CCE is to provide a forum for the free discussion and interchange of research and development experiences and ideas in the fields of electrical-electronics engineering, computer science and automatic control. This conference also offers an opportunity for younger researchers and students to meet more experienced colleagues from different parts of the world.


2017 19th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (TRANSDUCERS)

The world's premiere conference in MEMS sensors, actuators and integrated micro and nano systems welcomes you to attend this four-day event showcasing major technological, scientific and commercial breakthroughs in mechanical, optical, chemical and biological devices and systems using micro and nanotechnology. The major areas of activity in the development of Transducers solicited and expected at this conference include but are not limited to: Bio, Medical, Chemical, and Micro Total Analysis Systems, Fabrication and Packaging, Mechanical and Physical Sensors, Materials and Characterization, Design, Simulation and Theory, Actuators, Optical MEMS, RF MEMS, Nanotechnology, Energy and Power


2017 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC)

The 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC’17) in conjunction with International Biomedical Engineering Conference of KOSOMBE will be held at International Convention Center (ICC), Jeju Island, Korea from July 11 to 15, 2017. The overall theme of the conference is “Smarter Technology for Healthier World” and will cover diverse topics of cutting-edge research in biomedical engineering, healthcare technology R&D, translational clinical research, technology transfer and entrepreneurship, and biomedical engineering education. The conference program will feature high-profile keynote lectures, minisymposia, workshops, invited sessions, oral and poster sessions, sessions for students and young professions, sessions for clinicians and entrepreneurs, and exhibitions.


2017 75th Device Research Conference (DRC)

The DRC brings together leading scientists, researchers, and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. Areas of focus include: Biological DevicesEmerging Electronic Device Materials (graphene, MoS2, etc.)Energy Scavenging DevicesMagnetic DevicesMemory DevicesModeling and Simulation of DevicesNanoscale DevicesOptoelectronic and Optical DevicesOrganic and Molecular DevicesPower DevicesQuantum DevicesSilicon, III-V, and 2D Electronic DevicesSpin-based DevicesThin Film and Amorphous DevicesTerahertz DevicesWide-bandgap Devices

  • 2016 74th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For over seventy years, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from various disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research, insights and discoveries in the field of advanced semiconductor devices and technologies. The main goal of the conference is to stimulate an open and frank discussion of recent breakthroughs and advances in electronic/photonic devices. The university setting of the DRC encourages the exchange of creative ideas, provides significant networking opportunities, and facilitates an atmosphere that is conducive to discussing high-risk, transformative research. This year the DRC will be held on the campus of the University of Delaware from June 19nd to June 22th, 2016. As in past years, the technical program of the conference will consist of approximately 15 invited talks and 110 contributed presentations (between oral talks and posters).

  • 2015 73rd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For over seven decades, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. The DRC is coordinated with the Electronic Materials Conference (EMC) which is held during the second half of the same week. This recognizes the importance of interaction between device and electronic materials research and provides for fruitful exchange of information between attendees of both conferences. Key attractions include numerous plenary and invited presentations given by world-wide leaders; highly selective program of contributed papers on electronic/photonic device experiments/simulations; university setting encourages frank and open technical discussion of recent advances; great atmosphere for social events including lively evening “rump” sessions.

  • 2014 72nd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    DRC is a leading forum for the discussion of new electronic, photonic, and magnetic devices, Discussion at the conference includes presentation of new devices and device designs, processing innovations, device simulation and testing, and material advances with device and system relevance.

  • 2013 71st Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For the last seven decades, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field. The university setting of the conference encourages open technical discussion on recent breakthroughs and advances in device research, and provides a great atmosphere for social events. The technical program consists of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in vigorous discussions on important challenges and questions facing the device research community. The Device Research Conference has a tradition of strong graduate student participation. This is recognized by offering student travel support and a Best Student Paper Award.

  • 2012 70th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of competing device technologies.

  • 2011 69th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    The Device Research Conference brings together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations.

  • 2010 68th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of com

  • 2009 67th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of com

  • 2008 66th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of com

  • 2007 65th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions.

  • 2006 64th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2005 63rd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2004 62nd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2003 61st Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2002 60th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2001 59th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2000 IEEE 58th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1999 IEEE 57th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1998 IEEE 56th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1997 IEEE 55th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1996 IEEE 54th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)


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Periodicals related to Electrophysiology

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on

Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission


Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on

The Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems addresses areas at the crossroads of Circuits and Systems and Life Sciences. The main emphasis is on microelectronic issues in a wide range of applications found in life sciences, physical sciences and engineering. The primary goal of the journal is to bridge the unique scientific and technical activities of the Circuits and Systems ...


Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Reviews in

The IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering will review the state-of-the-art and trends in the emerging field of biomedical engineering. This includes scholarly works, ranging from historic and modern development in biomedical engineering to the life sciences and medicine enabled by technologies covered by the various IEEE societies.


Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

Broad coverage of concepts and methods of the physical and engineering sciences applied in biology and medicine, ranging from formalized mathematical theory through experimental science and technological development to practical clinical applications.


Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on

Part I will now contain regular papers focusing on all matters related to fundamental theory, applications, analog and digital signal processing. Part II will report on the latest significant results across all of these topic areas.


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Xplore Articles related to Electrophysiology

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A mesh-less approach for fast estimation of electrical activation time in the ventricular wall

A. Pashaei; R. Sebastian; V. Zimmerman; BH Bijnens; AF Frangi 2009 36th Annual Computers in Cardiology Conference (CinC), 2009

The dynamics of electrophysiological wave propagation in ventricular tissue are the result of a large number of interrelated processes. However there are applications in which a rough estimation of tissue activation time at a set of given points is sufficient. This paper presents a mesh-less method for fast calculation of the activation time at any arbitrary point of the ventricular ...


Ultrasonically Actuated Silicon Microprobes for Cardiac Signal Recording

X. Chen; A. Lal; M. L. Riccio; R. F. Gilmour IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2006

In this paper, we report on ultrasonically actuated silicon thin microprobes that successfully penetrated canine cardiac tissue in vitro, and recorded the electrophysiological signals from multiple sites simultaneously within the heart wall. The penetration force-maximum force encountered by the probe during penetration-is found to reduce with increasing ultrasonic driving voltage, on both excised canine right ventricular muscle and chicken breast ...


Closed-chest validation of source imaging from human ECG and MCG mapping data

B. Tilg; P. Wach; A. SippensGroenewegen; G. Fischer; R. Modre; F. Roithinger; M. Mlynash; G. Reddy; T. Roberts; M. Lesh; P. Steiner Proceedings of the First Joint BMES/EMBS Conference. 1999 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (Cat. N, 1999

A closed chest validation study for sinus rhythm activity was performed in one patient. Inversely estimated and measured (CARTO) activation time patterns on the endocardium of the right ventricle showed good qualitative agreement


Modeling and experimental imaging of arrhythmias in cardiac cell networks

N. V. Thakor Proceedings of the 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Vol.20 Biomedical Engineering Towards the Year 2000 and Beyond (Cat. No.98CH36286), 1998

Rigorous mathematical formulations are now available to model cardiac cells. Computer simulations are used to model the activity of networks of cells and to simulate the mechanisms of arrhythmias. Parallel developments of the electrophysiologic techniques of patch clamp and single channel recording, in situ microelectrode recording, and optical fluorescence imaging using voltage sensitive dyes have provided the experimental data and ...


Voltage clamp system with a very low noise probe for electrophysiological measurements

R. Avila-Pozos; J. R. Godinez Fernandez 2008 5th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing Science and Automatic Control, 2008

A cell derives its electrical properties mostly from the electrical properties of its membrane. A membrane, in turn, acquires its properties from its lipids and proteins, such as ion channels and transporters. An electrical potential difference exists between the interior and exterior of cells. A charged object, such an ion, gain or loses energy as it moves between places of ...


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A mesh-less approach for fast estimation of electrical activation time in the ventricular wall

A. Pashaei; R. Sebastian; V. Zimmerman; BH Bijnens; AF Frangi 2009 36th Annual Computers in Cardiology Conference (CinC), 2009

The dynamics of electrophysiological wave propagation in ventricular tissue are the result of a large number of interrelated processes. However there are applications in which a rough estimation of tissue activation time at a set of given points is sufficient. This paper presents a mesh-less method for fast calculation of the activation time at any arbitrary point of the ventricular ...


Ultrasonically Actuated Silicon Microprobes for Cardiac Signal Recording

X. Chen; A. Lal; M. L. Riccio; R. F. Gilmour IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2006

In this paper, we report on ultrasonically actuated silicon thin microprobes that successfully penetrated canine cardiac tissue in vitro, and recorded the electrophysiological signals from multiple sites simultaneously within the heart wall. The penetration force-maximum force encountered by the probe during penetration-is found to reduce with increasing ultrasonic driving voltage, on both excised canine right ventricular muscle and chicken breast ...


Closed-chest validation of source imaging from human ECG and MCG mapping data

B. Tilg; P. Wach; A. SippensGroenewegen; G. Fischer; R. Modre; F. Roithinger; M. Mlynash; G. Reddy; T. Roberts; M. Lesh; P. Steiner Proceedings of the First Joint BMES/EMBS Conference. 1999 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (Cat. N, 1999

A closed chest validation study for sinus rhythm activity was performed in one patient. Inversely estimated and measured (CARTO) activation time patterns on the endocardium of the right ventricle showed good qualitative agreement


Modeling and experimental imaging of arrhythmias in cardiac cell networks

N. V. Thakor Proceedings of the 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Vol.20 Biomedical Engineering Towards the Year 2000 and Beyond (Cat. No.98CH36286), 1998

Rigorous mathematical formulations are now available to model cardiac cells. Computer simulations are used to model the activity of networks of cells and to simulate the mechanisms of arrhythmias. Parallel developments of the electrophysiologic techniques of patch clamp and single channel recording, in situ microelectrode recording, and optical fluorescence imaging using voltage sensitive dyes have provided the experimental data and ...


Voltage clamp system with a very low noise probe for electrophysiological measurements

R. Avila-Pozos; J. R. Godinez Fernandez 2008 5th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing Science and Automatic Control, 2008

A cell derives its electrical properties mostly from the electrical properties of its membrane. A membrane, in turn, acquires its properties from its lipids and proteins, such as ion channels and transporters. An electrical potential difference exists between the interior and exterior of cells. A charged object, such an ion, gain or loses energy as it moves between places of ...


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    Quantitative Neurophysiology is supplementary text for a junior or senior level course in neuroengineering. It may also serve as an quick-start for graduate students in engineering, physics or neuroscience as well as for faculty interested in becoming familiar with the basics of quantitative neuroscience. The first chapter is a review of the structure of the neuron and anatomy of the brain. Chapters 2-6 derive the theory of active and passive membranes, electrical propagation in axons and dendrites and the dynamics of the synapse. Chapter 7 is an introduction to modeling networks of neurons and artificial neural networks. Chapter 8 and 9 address the recording and decoding of extracellular potentials. The final chapter has descriptions of a number of more advanced or new topics in neuroengineering. Throughout the text, vocabulary is introduced which will enable students to read more advanced literature and communicate with other scientists and engineers working in the neurosciences. Nu erical methods are outlined so students with programming knowledge can implement the models presented in the text. Analogies are used to clarify topics and reinforce key concepts. Finally, homework and simulation problems are available at the end of each chapter.

  • A biological visuo-rnotor system: how dissimilar maps interact to produce behavior

    Results from electrophysiology, anatomy, and simulations show that the tectal sensori-motor system in salamanders can be understood as a system that preserves retinal coordinates on both tectal hemispheres and establishes a head-centered three-dimensional coordinate system by a combination of the bilateral visual maps. Thus, the outputs of the sensory maps are results of retinal inputs and intertectal signal transfer. The sensory maps are connected to respective motor maps organized in the coordinates of the neck muscles. The bilateral distribution of excitation in the whole system enables the animal to perform head saccades directed toward a stimulus at an arbitrary location within its egocentric frame of reference.

  • Basic Physiology and Biophysics of EMG Signal Generation

    This chapter contains sections titled: * Introduction * Basic Physiology of Motor Control and Muscle Contraction * Basic Electrophysiology of the Muscle Cell Membrane * References



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