Asim Masood, PhD Student
MSc Microelectronics and Telecommunication Engineering (Distinction & Sir Robin Saxby Prize for MSc Project) University of Liverpool UK
Phone: +64 4 463 5233 x7077
Location: AM220, Alan MacDiarmid Building, Kelburn Campus - Postal Address
Research Interests: Statistical Signal Processing , Blind Source Separation , Analog Electronics , Digital Signal Processing , Biomedical Signal Processing , Higher Order Statistics
Thesis Title: Detection of Cochlear Microphonic (ECochG) using novel electronics and signal processing techniques
Supervisor: Dr Paul Teal and Dr Christopher Hollitt
I completed my MSc in Microelectronics and Telecommunication Engineering (Distinction) from University of Liverpool UK in 2008. I joined Victoria University of Wellington in 2009 as a PhD student. My research area is Biomedical Engineering , Analog Electronics and Signal Processing.
1. A. Masood, P.D.Teal, and C. Hollitt. A non-invasive cochlear micorphonic measurement system. Medical Engineering and Physics
, 2012. (Impact Factor : 1.906 , 5 Year Impact Factor : 2.113)
2. A. Masood, P. Teal, C. Hollitt and R. Dykstra,"Cochlear Microphonic Data Acquisition System". IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society Workshop on Sensors and Instrumentation in Environmental, Health and Agricultural Applications, Wellington New Zealand 2010.
3. A Masood and A K Nandi (2008) 'Information theory based redundancy and independent component analysis'. In: eds. Proceedings of the 2008 ICA Research Network International Workshop
.Research Network International Workshop,Liverpool.UK:ICA,pp.25-28