Eva Ignatious

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Eva Ignatious is currently a PhD student under the supervisor Prof. Friso De Boer, in the field of biomedical engineering and signal processing at CDU. Her doctoral research explores binaural processing in the human brain and a technique to develop an objective methodology to detect binaural hearing using the auditory evoked potentials (AEPs). Her dream is to develop useful technology for humans by nurturing her research potential to its maximum. She completed her bachelor’s in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering and master’s in VLSI Design and Embedded Systems from India. Her research interests include Biomedical signal processing (Interesting Features and Abnormalities found in bio-signals), Theoretical modelling and Simulation (Breast cancer Tissues), Applied Electronics (Thermistors), Process control and instrumentation, Embedded/VLSI systems. She has considerable research experience with one US patent and two Indian patents for the development of thermal sensor-based breast cancer detection at its early stages together with Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET), an autonomous scientific society under Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Govt. of India. She also has industrial experience as production engineer and quality controller, primarily in the Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.


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