Dr David Graham
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- Address: Electrical and Electronic Engineering
School of Engineering
Newcastle upon Tyne
David J. Graham received the B.Eng. degree in electronic engineering and the Ph.D. degree in electronic communications from Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K., in 2007 and 2011, respectively. His Ph.D. study focused on through-metal communications and power delivery. Since graduating, he has worked as a Research Associate in the Intelligent Sensing and Communications research group, Newcastle University. His research interests include acoustic communication, digital signal processing, ultrasonic imaging, and biomedical devices.
Theme: Bio and environmental engineering
Lab: Sensors, Electromagnetics and Acoustics Lab (SEA Lab)
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General Research Interests
- Acoustics (Imaging, communications)
- Wireless sensor networks
- RFID sensing
- Embedded system design
Recent Research Activity
- Accurate automated blood pressure (EPSRC)
- NEWTON - Novel Sensing Network for Intelligent Monitoring (EPSRC)
- Development of low cost medical ultrasound scanners (EPSRC KTA).
- LAMPPOST - Wireless environmental sensor networks (EPSRC)
- Development of high data rate through metal communication and power delivery systems (EPSRC).
- Graham D, Neasham J, Sharif BS. Investigation of Methods for Data Communication and Power Delivery Through Metals. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 2011, 58(10), 4972-4980.
- Graham DJ, Neasham JA, Sharif BS. High bit rate communication through metallic structures using electromagnetic acoustic transducers. In: OCEANS '09 IEEE Bremen: Balancing Technology with Future Needs. 2009, Bremen, Germany: IEEE.
- Smith KJ, Graham DJ, Neasham JA. Design and optimisation of a voice coil motor (VCM) with a rotary actuator for an ultrasound scanner. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 2015, 62(11), 7073-7078.
- van den Heuvel T, Graham DJ, Smith KJ, de Korte CL, Neasham JA. Development of a Low-Cost Medical Ultrasound Scanner Using a Monostatic Synthetic Aperture. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical circuits and Systems 2017, 11(4), 849-857.
- Graham DJ, Neasham JA, Tian GY. Passive wireless sensing devices for structural health monitoring. In: 52nd Annual Conference of the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing 2013, NDT 2013. 2013, Telford, UK: British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing.
- Li P, Lang Z-Q, Zhao L, Tian G, Neasham JA, Zhang J, Graham DJ. System identification-based frequency domain feature extraction for defect detection and characterization. NDT and E International 2018, 98, 70-79.