Maysam Ghovanloo
Maysam Ghovanloo
CTO, Bionic Sciences Inc.
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Design and optimization of printed spiral coils for efficient transcutaneous inductive power transmission
UM Jow, M Ghovanloo
IEEE Transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 1 (3), 193-202, 2007
5222007
Design and optimization of a 3-coil inductive link for efficient wireless power transmission
M Kiani, UM Jow, M Ghovanloo
IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 5 (6), 579-591, 2011
4832011
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 59 (9), 2065-2074, 2012
3852012
Fully integrated wideband high-current rectifiers for inductively powered devices
M Ghovanloo, K Najafi
IEEE Journal of solid-state circuits 39 (11), 1976-1984, 2004
2882004
Systems and methods for providing wireless power to a portable unit
M Ghovanloo
US Patent 9,356,473, 2016
2872016
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 51 (12), 2374-2383, 2004
2702004
An inductively powered scalable 32-channel wireless neural recording system-on-a-chip for neuroscience applications
SB Lee, HM Lee, M Kiani, UM Jow, M Ghovanloo
IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 4 (6), 360-371, 2010
2582010
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 54 (10), 2211-2221, 2007
2152007
Modeling and optimization of printed spiral coils in air, saline, and muscle tissue environments
UM Jow, M Ghovanloo
IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 3 (5), 339-347, 2009
1982009
An integrated power-efficient active rectifier with offset-controlled high speed comparators for inductively powered applications
HM Lee, M Ghovanloo
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 58 (8), 1749-1760, 2011
1952011
A magneto-inductive sensor based wireless tongue-computer interface
X Huo, J Wang, M Ghovanloo
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 16 (5 …, 2008
1712008
A modular 32-site wireless neural stimulation microsystem
M Ghovanloo, K Najafi
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 39 (12), 2457-2466, 2004
1652004
Deep face recognition: A survey
I Masi, Y Wu, T Hassner, P Natarajan
2018 31st SIBGRAPI conference on graphics, patterns and images (SIBGRAPI …, 2018
1602018
A wireless implantable multichannel microstimulating system-on-a-chip with modular architecture
M Ghovanloo, K Najafi
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 15 (3 …, 2007
1582007
A compact large voltage-compliance high output-impedance programmable current source for implantable microstimulators
M Ghovanloo, K Najafi
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 52 (1), 97-105, 2004
1522004
A low-noise preamplifier with adjustable gain and bandwidth for biopotential recording applications
M Yin, M Ghovanloo
2007 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 321-324, 2007
1492007
A power-efficient wireless system with adaptive supply control for deep brain stimulation
HM Lee, H Park, M Ghovanloo
IEEE journal of solid-state circuits 48 (9), 2203-2216, 2013
1422013
An RFID-based closed-loop wireless power transmission system for biomedical applications
M Kiani, M Ghovanloo
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs 57 (4), 260-264, 2010
1362010
Optimal design of wireless power transmission links for millimeter-sized biomedical implants
D Ahn, M Ghovanloo
IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 10 (1), 125-137, 2015
1292015
Using unconstrained tongue motion as an alternative control mechanism for wheeled mobility
X Huo, M Ghovanloo
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 56 (6), 1719-1726, 2009
1112009
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