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Biomedical Computing and Devices Laboratory

Biomedical Computing and Devices Lab

Kansas State University
2086 Rathbone Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

Phone: (785) 532-3358
Email: prakashp@ksu.edu

Openings in the BCDL

We are always looking to work with self-motivated students who are interested in our research. Our inter-disciplinary work provides research opportunities in: image-guided interventions, medical devices, applied electromagnetics, antennas, computational modeling, bioheat transfer, and medical instrumentation.

Graduate students interested in pursuing research with the lab are encouraged to contact Punit Prakash (prakashp@ksu.edu). Please include a brief description of why you are interested in the research, previous research experience, and attach a copy of your CV. 

Find us at the following conferences

World Conference on Interventional Oncology, Boston, MA, June 9-12, 2016

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Orlando, FL, August 16-20, 2016.


November 2015: 

August 2015: PhD student Pegah Faridi joins the group.

August 2015: NSF sponsored project on round-the-clock health status assessment of special needs children commences. (PI: Steve Warren, Punit Prakash is a co-PI) June 2015: Jan Sebek joins the lab as a visiting PhD student for one year from Czech Technical University. Aleix Garcia joins the lab as a visiting PhD student for Summer 2015 from University of Barcelona.

April 2015: Sergio Curto receives a New Investigator Award at the Society for Thermal Medicine Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL for his work on a microwave hyperthermia applicator for targeting breast cancer. Congratulations!

August 2014: Punit Prakash and Steve Warren organized and co-chaired a special session on the design of instrumentation for round-the-clock assessment of children with special needs. Punit presented a paper within this session and was co-chair for two other sessions. 

July 2014: Mohammed Taj-Eldin presents a paper at the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium in Memphis, TN.

May 2014: Brogan McWilliams wins a Young Investigator Award at the Society for Thermal Medicine Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN. At the meeting, Brogan presented results of the research Emily Schnell and he conducted on a directional microwave antenna for tissue ablation. Congratulations! Punit presented a talk on frequency considerations for microwave ablation systems at the same meeting.