The underwater environment may appear to the human eye as a dull-blue, featureless space. However, a vast landscape of polarization patterns appear when viewed through a camera that is designed to see the world through the eyes of many of the animals that inhabit the water. University of Illinois researchers have developed an underwater GPS…Read more
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ECE ILLINOIS visiting scholar Nimrod Missael Garcia Hernandez along with Associate Professor Viktor Gruev won two Best Paper Awards at the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS). These distinctions include the Best Paper Award in the Sensory Circuits and Systems track, and most impressively the Best Student Paper Award, chosen among around 800 papers. Gruev, who was the principal investigator…Read more
Translating technology form the nanofab to bedside is a very changing process. It involves multitude of disciplines: nano fabrication and material science, electronics, algorithms, pre-clinical and clinical area. Our team has been leading this comprehensive effort and we have several ongoing clinical trials enabling the first step to move this technology to solve real world problems.Read more
National Geographic documentary on bioinspired technology featured our work on polarization imaging and its applications for early cancer detection.Read more
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