Carnegie Mellon University, USA
For significant contributions to bioelectrical technology and neuroengineering for innovative electromagnetic sensing, electromagnetic imaging, and neural interfacing.
For innovative contributions in engineering micro and nanoscale sensors, organ on a chip systems and advanced materials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications.
For seminal contributions to real-time adaptive array processing, ultrasonic speckle tracking, elasticity imaging of soft tissues, MRI angiography, and acousto-optic transduction, all having direct clinical implications and improving healthcare.
For outstanding contributions to the development and application of electronic technologies for biomedical imaging and healthcare information systems.
For contributions to the field of BioMEMS/ BioNEMS and for generation of biologically-inspired artificial eyes, and microdevices for cellular analysis.