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The main goal of the Bioinstrumentation lab is to perform high-level interdisciplinary R&D in engineering and computational approaches applied to health, well-being, rehabilitation and sports performance, namely crossing several areas, such as Physics. Engineering (Electronics, Computation, Signal Processing), Physiology, Physiotherapy, Psychophysics, Sports and Human Movement sciences.

Furthermore, there is also the aim to innovate and facilitate tech-transfer to the high-tech companies.

Location: FEUP Campus, Porto

Research Areas

Research Areas

The main research activity lines in the lab are:

  • Biomedical sensors, electronics and devices for biosignal acquisition, processing and analysis;
  • Wearable monitoring systems and technologies;
  • Embedded computational vision and human movement analysis;
Centres and Stakeholders

INESC TEC

C-BER
CentreBiomedical Engineering Research

Stakeholders

FEUP
UniversityFaculty of Engineering of the University of Porto
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Projects

ProLimb

Electronic sensing for the prophylaxis of lower limb pathologies

2010-2013

Bioswim

Body Interface System based on Wearable Integrated Monitoring

2008-2011

NEWALK

Materials, components and technology for the footwear of the future

2011-2014

STePMotion

Spatio-temporal components of the processing of sensorial and motor information

2014-2015

NanoStima-RL1

NanoSTIMA - Macro-to-Nano Human Sensing Technologies

2015-2018

Prototypes

Prototypes developed at BioInstrumentation Lab

Medical Device with Rotational Flexible Electrodes

Biometric Method ad Device For Identifying A Person Through An Electrocardiogram (ECG)

Control module for multiple mixed-signal resources management (patent pending)

W2M2: Wireless Wearable Modular Monitor

A Multi-functional Monitoring System for Rehabilitation

Contacts