Biomedical Microsystems Laboratory

Our research aims at creating innovative ultra-low-power wireless microsystems dedicated to future health and life sciences applications, such as wireless point-of-care diagnostic devices or wireless biological monitoring microsystems with applications in neurology, rehabilitation robotics and health monitoring.

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About us

The Lab performs active research in the following areas

Wireless bio-interfaces

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Smart wearable devices

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Brain machine interfaces

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Energy harvesting

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Bio-instrumentation

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Low-power microelectronics

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Analog/mixed-mode/RF

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Digital IC design

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Our Team

Benoit Gosselin

DIRECTOR & PROFESSOR

Simon Tam

MSC STUDENT

Quentin Mascret

PHD STUDENT

Gabriel Gagnon-Turcotte

RESEARCH PROFESSIONAL & JUNIOR ENGINEER

Nicolas Gauthier

MSC STUDENT

Mousa Karimi

PHD STUDENT

Hicham Jouaicha

MSC STUDENT

Nicolas Juteau

MSC STUDENT AND JUNIOR ENGINEER

Ulysse Côté-Allard

PHD STUDENT

Guillaume Bilodeau

MSC STUDENT

Karim Ouazaa

MSC STUDENT

Partha Sarati Das

POST DOCTORAL FELLOW

Karim Bouzid

MSC STUDENT

Olivier Tsiakaka

Post Doctoral Fellow

Mohamad Feshki

PHD STUDENT

Contact Us

Your contact

Benoit Gosselin, PhD
Professor

Email

benoit.gosselin@gel.ulaval.ca

Phone

+1418) 656-2131 ext. 3555

Fax

+1 (418) 656-3159

Address

Dept. of Electrical and Computer Eng., Université Laval,
1065, avenue de la Médecine,
Pavillon Adrien-Pouliot, Room 2114
Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6, Canada