Nigel Lovell

Dr. Lovell is one of the key researchers leading a research and development program to develop an Australian bionic eye. He is with the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, UNSW, where he is a Scientia Professor. His research work has covered areas of expertise ranging from cardiac modeling, telehealth technologies, biological signal processing, and visual prosthesis design.

Associated articles

TBME, Featured Articles
New Methods to Monitor Stair Ascents Using a Wearable Pendant Device Reveal How Behavior, Fear, and Frailty Influence Falls in Octogenarians
We investigated whether a freely worn pendant inertial sensor, containing a triaxial accelerometer and a barometer, could be used to accurately identify stair ascent by 52 older adults in free living. Stair ascent could be identified using a decision tree,... Read more
TBME, Featured Articles
QRS Detection Algorithm for Telehealth Electrocardiogram Recordings
Heba Khamis, Robert Weiss, Yang Xie, Chan-Wei Chang, Nigel H. Lovell, and Stephen J. Redmond, UNSW Australia QRS detection algorithms are needed to analyze electrocardiogram (ECG) recordings generated in telehealth environments due to the increased prevalence of artifact and the large... Read more
JTEHM, Articles, Published Articles
Current and Future Challenges in Point-of-Care Technologies: A Paradigm-Shift in Affordable Global Healthcare With Personalized and Preventive Medicine
This paper summarizes the panel discussion at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Point-of-Care Healthcare Technology Conference (POCHT 2013) held in Bangalore India from Jan 16–18, 2013. Modern medicine has witnessed interdisciplinary technology innovations in healthcare with a continuous... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature January/February 2016
Visions of a Bionic Eye
Most of our everyday experiences arise through interaction with our environment as well as through socialization with people; be they loved ones, friends, or colleagues. Being able to experience and recognize sensations is critical for effective functioning and communication. Arguably,... Read more
JBHI, Featured Articles
Homecare Robotic Systems for Healthcare 4.0: Visions and Enabling Technologies
Powered by the technologies that have originated from manufacturing, the fourth revolution of healthcare technologies is happening (Healthcare 4.0). As an example of such revolution, new generation homecare robotic systems (HRS) based on the cyber-physical systems (CPS) with higher speed and more intelligent execution are emerging. In this article, the new visions and features of the CPS-based HRS are proposed... Read more