School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Staff Profiles

Dr Graeme Chester

Senior Lecturer

Background

Background

Dr Graeme Chester graduated from Newcastle University with a B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering in 1979, then a PhD in 1983. He is a member of the Microsystems research group.

His main research interest is in biomedical electronics.

Roles and Responsibilities

Degree Programme Director, Undergraduate EE/EC/EEE Programmes

Qualifications

B.Sc. Ph.D.
C.Eng.

Previous Positions

Director of Teaching and Learning.

Memberships

M.I.E.T.

Languages

English (native speaker)

French (basic)

German (basic)

Research

Graeme is a member of the Microsystems research group.

Research Interests


  • Biomedical Electronics and Signal Processing
  • Wireless telemetry of biomedical signals
  • Biological effects of electromagnetic fields
Profile for Graeme Chester on Google Scholar


Teaching

Undergraduate Teaching

EEE1003 Circuit Theory

EEE2013 Digital Electronics

Postgraduate Teaching

EEE8076 Reconfigurable Hardware Design

Publications