Volume 6 | Issue 4

Co-sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, the Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems (TBioCAS) publishes peer-reviewed manuscripts reporting original and transformative research at the intersection between the life sciences and circuits and systems engineering disciplines. TBioCAS covers the latest state-of-the-art advances as well as critical reviews of emerging directions in circuits and systems with demonstrated biological and/or clinical applications in laboratory and/or clinical settings.

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Mohamad Sawan
Editor in Chief - 2016 - 2017
Polystim Neurotechnologies Lab
Polytechnique Montreal, EE Department
Mohamad.Sawan@polymtl.ca

Dr. Guoxing Wang
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
School of Microelectronics
Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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This paper presents a bidirectional brain machine interface (BMI) microsystem designed for closed-loop neuroscience research, especially experiments in freely behaving animals. The system-on-chip (SoC) consists of 16-channel neural recording front-ends, neural feature extraction units, 16-channel programmable neural stimulator back-ends, in-channel programmable closed-loop controllers, global... Read more on IEEE Xplore

Next-generation brain machine interfaces demand a high-channel-count neural recording system to wirelessly monitor activities of thousands of neurons. A hardware efficient neural signal processor (NSP) is greatly desirable to ease the data bandwidth bottleneck for a fully implantable wireless neural recording system. This paper demonstrates a complete multichannel spike sorting NSP module that... Read more on IEEE Xplore

In this paper, a time-domain magnetorelaxometry biosensing scheme is presented using giant magnetoresistive (GMR) sensors to measure the fast relaxation response of superparamagnetic magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) in a pulsed magnetic field. The system consists of an 8 × 10 GMR sensor array, a Helmholtz coil, an electromagnet driver, and an integrator-based analog front-end needed to... Read more on IEEE Xplore