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Qingshan Shan

Senior Electronics and Software Engineer, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences


Expertise Summary

Analogue and digital electronics, RF design, embedded system development, wireless technology, signal processing and analysis, software development and artificial intelligence application.

Recent Publications

Past Research

R&D projects:

  • Digitally equalizing the level and frequency response of earphones, headphones and loudspeakers.
  • A system for controlling the acoustic signal processing used in physiological experiments.
  • A system for controlling auditory signal generation, monitoring behavioral responses and delivering rewards in auditory behavioral experiments.
  • A system for recording brain responses to auditory stimuli in freely moving animals.
  • A system for testing auditory response (STAR) in children.

Industrial development projects:

  • Ultra high frequency (500-1500MHz) partial discharge amplifier, £35,000 funded by EA Technology Ltd.
  • Wireless temperature monitoring system for vehicle refrigerators, £85,162 funded by DTI and Cold Chain Instruments Ltd.

Research Projects:

  • Vulnerability of wireless technologies to impulsive noise in electricity transmission substations, £198,883 funded by EPSRC.
  • Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) for Mapping the Underworld, £90,099 funded by EPSRC.
  • Artificial intelligence for identifying impacts on smart composites, funded by PhD studentship.

Future Research

Wireless technologies for hearing aid.

School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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