Bioinstrumentation and Nanomedicine


The main aim of this laboratory is the development of new devices for medical or social use in order to help practitioners and other related workers to improve people’s health and wellbeing. We co-create new solutions from sharing with final users and other stakeholders the process by which the problem is first identified and afterwards its solution is designed, implemented and finally is validated to measure the real added value. We specially contribute to that process in the prototype design and implementation stages where we can apply our expertise in electronics (new developments and/or integration of commercial sensors) and software development (instrumentation control, virtual and augmented reality tools and AI techniques). Our target as final outcome is the deployment of technology ready to be transferred to the health sector and to the society.

Principal investigator: José Javier Serrano Olmedo