Bashir I. Morshed

Adjunct Faculty - Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

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Dr. Morshed, a Canadian Commonwealth Fellow, earned a B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, an M.A.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Windsor, and a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carleton University, and he completed postdoctoral training on medical device development at the Medical Devices Innovation Institute, the University of Ottawa.  Dr. Morshed holds an appointment as Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Memphis. His research interests focus on utilizing revolutionary embedded system technology to patient-centric healthcare through multimodal sensing at natural settings, nanotechnology based neurosensing, automated processing of signals and senses, unsupervised monitoring and detection of noteworthy events, and modular abstraction hierarchy approach.

Focus Areas:  Embedded System | Hardware-software Co-design | Medical Device Electronics | Neuro-physiological Sensing

Skills and Expertise:  Low-power Microcontrollers | Nanotechnology Neurosensors | Surface Mount Hardware | FlexPCB Prototyping | Electroencephalography | Real-time Algorithms | Co-processing of Multimodal Signals

Selected Publications:

Electrical Lysis: Dynamics Revisited and Advances in On-chip Operation
B.I. Morshed, M. Shams, and T. Mussivand, Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 37-50, 2013.
Analysis of Electric Fields Inside Microchannels and Single Cell Electrical Lysis with a Microfluidic Device
B.I. Morshed, M. Shams, and T. Mussivand, Micromachines, Special issue: Micro/Nanofluidic Device for Single Cells Analysis, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 243-256, 2013.
Ambulatory EEG Neuromonitor Platform for Engagement Studies of Children with Development Delays
R. Mahajan, S. Consul-Pacareu, M.J. AbuSaude, M.N. Sahadat, and B. I. Morshed, SPIE Proceedings Smart Biomedical & Physiological Sensor Tech X, vol. 8719, pp. 8719L (1-10), 2013.
Dielectrophoretic Responses of DNA and Fluorophore in Physiological Solution by Impedimetric Characterization
S. Li, Q. Yuan, B.I. Morshed, C. Ke, J. Wu, and H. Jiang, Journal of Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol. 41, pp. 649-655, 2013.
Hardware Efficient Seizure Prediction Algorithm
S. Consul-Pacareu, B.I. Morshed, and R. Kozma, SPIE Proceedings on Nanosensors, Biosensors, and Info-Tech Sensors and Systems, vol. 8691, pp. 86911J (1-10), 2013.
Telemetry Controlled Simultaneous Microstimulation and Recording Device for Studying Cortical Plasticity
T.M. DeCosta-Fortune, B.I. Morshed, S. Consul-Pacareu, J T. Ramshur, C. Li, A.L. de Jongh Curry, and R.S. Waters, IEEE EMBS Neuroengineering Conference, 2013.
Device for Electroporation and Lysis
T. Mussivand, B.I. Morshed, and M. Shams, US Patent Application, US 20120219987, 2012.
Deriving an Electric Circuit Equivalent Model of Cell Membrane Pores in Electroporation
B.I. Morshed, M. Shams, and T. Mussivand, Biophysical Reviews and Letters, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 1-12, 2012.
Effectiveness of Multiple Pulses on Flow Index of Electroporation
B.I. Morshed, M. Shams, and T. Mussivand, Proceedings of SPIE, vol. 8344, pp. 1-8, 2012.
Identifying Severity of Electroporation Through Quantitative Image Analysis
B.I. Morshed, M. Shams, and T. Mussivand, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 98, no. 14, 2011.