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Evaluating ECG signal using SVD analysis

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Nagy Ákos (5-grade degree, electrical engineering programme, 2010-2011 Autumn)

Development of a Holter ECG

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Hajas Péter (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2011-2012 Spring)

Detecting ST level in electrocardiogram with low computational complexity

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Mező László (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2011-2012 Spring)

Citrate thrombotic development for acute dialysis devices

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Klespitz József (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2013-2014 Autumn)

Sustained-release kinetic measurements

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Kirschner Gyöngyi (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2012-2013 Spring)

Analysis of the image processing unit of UriSed

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Szabó Réka (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Spring)

Analysis of the pulse transmit time

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Nagy Péter (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Demonstration of HMI and PLC connection using model railway

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Szabó Szilvia (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Spring)

Objective assessment of balance

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
K.Tóth Lilla Magdolna (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2015-2016 Autumn)

Device to non-invasively assess the cardiovascular system

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Nagy Péter (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Autumn)

CPR feedback module to aid clinical defibrillation

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Csuhaj Péter (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Spring)

Stress level assessment based on short recordings

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
dr. Majnár Miklós (MSc degree, biomedical engineering programme, 2017-2018 Spring)

Monitoring physiological signals during physical activity

Dr. Jobbágy Ákos Andor (MIT)
Bezzeg Dávid (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

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