WELCOME TO THE INTELLIGENT SENSING, ANALYSIS & CONTROL GROUP

The Intelligent Sensing, Analysis and Control Group (ISAC) at the University of Edinburgh aims to advance the research areas of sensing and imaging with miscellaneous tomography modalities, and machine learning techniques for (biomedical/industrial) process analysis. The goal of the research is to improve the observability in both industrial and biomedical processes for enhanced control and fault diagnosis, and address the pressing challenges of efficient utilisation/interpretation of enormous sensing data generated by multiple sensing modalities. 

  • Yin, X., Wu, H., Jia, J., & Yang, Y. (2018). A Micro EIT Sensor for Real-time and Non-destructive 3-D Cultivated Cell Imaging. IEEE Sensors Journal, 18(13), 5402-5412.

  • Wu, H., Yang, Y., Bagnaninchi, P. O., & Jia, J. (2018). Electrical impedance tomography for real-time and label-free cellular viability assays of 3D tumour spheroids. Analyst, 143(17), 4189-4198.

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The Intelligent Sensing, Analysis & Control Group

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