A venture grant (100k) was approved by ND department of commerce to develop SmartSealz: A Headset for Pilot/Operator Navigation Augmentation and Physiological Monitoring. The PI was Kouhyar Tavakolian and Co-PIs were Reza Fazel-Rezai and Nicholas Wilson (School of Aviation) Feb 3rd 2016.
Dr William New gave a talk at UND “Challenges in Commercialization of Medical Devices” Thursday, Nov. 19, in 130 Gamble Hall. Abstract Application of engineering hardware and software to human illness and wellness creates products and services that range from drugstore consumer devices to complex diagnostic and therapeutic medical tools for surgery and critical care. However, […]
Dr Samuel E Schmidt is associate professor at Aalborg University, Denmark, in Biomedical Engineering & Informatics. He received his MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Aalborg University in 2005 and in 2011 he defended his PhD thesis in biomedical signal processing at Aalborg University. He gave a talk at BERC on November 10th on “Diagnostic potentials of modern precordial […]
Dr Arash Nejadpak, an adjunct member of BERC, was successful in getting a North Dakota Venture Grant Phase I ($100K) to develop a Remote Patient Monitoring System – VitaWiPSTM. The Co-PIs are Dr Rezai, Dr Tavakolian, Dr Noghanian and Dr Akhbardeh. “The goal of this project is to develop and commercialize a wireless heart […]
Dr Kouhyar Tavakolian gave a talk at Qualcomm on Oct 19th titled: Title: Cardiac Vibration Signals: New Tricks for Old Devices Abstract: With every heartbeat the body is set to a series of vibrations that can be recorded unobtrusively, using different sensing technologies and from different sites on the body. The techniques for […]
Dr. Geoff Houlton the CEO of Heart Force Medical Inc. gave a talk at EE department. Abstract: The requirements for success in any commercial venture are largely based on the supremely delicate balance between the technology, the management style and the sources of capital. These elements are seldom aligned throughout the complete product life cycle. […]