Esteve Farres

Learn More
We describe the design of a dry electrode sensor for biopotential measurement applications (ENOBIO) designed to eliminate the noise and inconvenience associated to the use of electrolytic gel. ENOBIO uses nanotechnology to remove gel-related noise, as well as maintaining a good contact impedance to minimise interference noise. The contact surface of the(More)
This paper presents the results of the first human trials with the ENOBIO electrophysiology electrode prototype plus the initial results of a new wireless prototype with flexible electrodes based on the same platform. The results indicate that a dry active electrode that employs a CNT array as the electrode interface can perform on a par with traditional(More)
  • Hao Liu, Biosignal Controlled, Dr J Hu, Pdeng Meng, To Shudong Chen, Yucen Liu +7 others
  • 2010
Acknowledgements I would like to thank many people who have made this thesis possible. First of all, I would like to thank my promotor and supervisor, Professor Matthias Rauterberg for giving me the opportunity to work on this challenging and interesting project. Matthias not only guided me through this project, but also participated in the process of the(More)
  • 1