I am a Lecturer at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. I hold a secondary affiliation to the Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University.
My research is in the emerging and highly interdisciplinary area of biomedical engineering. In my research I use principles of statistical and intelligent signal processing to understand how the brain learns and controls hand movement. One particular area of work is the design of brain-machine interface architectures to restore movement after amputation or injury to the spinal cord.
Biomedical Signal Processing Laboratory (link).
My Google Scholar profile (link).
2005-2008: PhD in Electrical
and Electronic Engineering, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
2003-2005: MSc in
Bioelectroics, Tarbiat Modarres University, Tehran, Iran
1998-2003: BSc in Electrical
and Electronic Engineering, KN Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
2012-2013: Senior Algorithm Engineer, Touch Bionics, ltd, Livingston, UK
2009-2012: Research Associate: Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, UK
2007-2009: Research Fellow, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK
Research Engineer, Behravesh MP, Tehran, Iran
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): Senior Member - (S'05-M'08-SM'14)
Editor: Medical Engineering and Physics (since 2013)
Guest Editor: IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (2013)
Special Issue: Advances in Control of Multi-functional Powered Upper-Limb prostheses
Workshops Chair: IEEE Int Symp Biomedical Engineering (ISBME), 2009
IEEE MLSP, 2013, 2014
Digital Signal processing, 2009, 2011
IASTED Biomedical Engineering, 2010
IEEE TBME, TNSRE, SPL, TBCAS, JBMHI
Biomedical Signal Processing & Control
Brain Research Bulletin
Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience
Digital Signal Processing
Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing
Medical Engineering & Physics
Neural Computing and Applications
Neurotechnology, Biomedical Signal Processing.
My research page can be found here: http://research.ncl.ac.uk/bspl/
I am seeking new PhD students to join several exciting research projects starting in 2014! I encourage you to send me your CV, statement of research interests and any relevant publications to my email:
Kianoush [dot] Nazarpour [at] ncl [dot] ac [dot] uk
Our current work includes development of electronic hardware and soft adaptive signal processing techniques for Brain and Muscle Computer Interfaces and Intelligent Hearing Aids.
Kabita Adhikari (EEE, Newcastle Uni, 2013-present, with S Dlay and L Woo)
Agamemnon Krasoulis (Informatics, Edinburgh Uni, 2013-present, with S Vijaykumar)
Austin Ogweno (EEE, Newcastle Uni, 2013-present, with A Yakolvlev and P Deganaar)
Schofield (Neuroscience, Newcastle Uni, 2010-2014, with A Jackson)
Electrical and Electronic Engineering 0 (SFY0012)
Stage II - Signals and Communications II (EEE2009)