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Johnson Thie

  • Research Fellow
  • The Australian School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University
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Research interests

Design of wireless biomedical acquisition Early detection of chronic diseases using EEG and multifocal VEP Analysis of functional properties of retinal arteries

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  • A marker circuit to enable recording of auditory evoked potential using a wireless EEG system (EPOC) and a portable computer

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  • A wireless marker system to enable evoked potential recordings using a wireless EEG system (EPOC) and a portable computer

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  • Validation of the Emotiv EPOC ® EEG gaming system for measuring research quality auditory ERPs

    • Badcock N
    • Mousikou P
    • Mahajan Y
    • et al.
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  • Biomedical signal acquisition with streaming wireless communication for recording evoked potentials.

    • Thie J
    • Klistorner A
    • Graham S
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  • Investigation of wavelet transform of multifocal visual evoked potential for detecting defects in visual field

    • Thie J
    • Klistorner A
    • Graham S
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

The Australian School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University

June 2009 - Present

Research Scientist

Emotiv Systems

March 2004 - May 2009(5 years)

Research Assistant

CSIRO Telecommunications and Industrial Physics

December 1998 - February 1999(2 months)

Biomedical Technician Trainee

Biomedical Engineering Department, St George Hospital

January 1998 - February 1998(a month)

Education history

Ph.D.

School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, University of New South Wales

March 2000 - December 2003(4 years)

B.E., M.Biomed.E.

School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, University of New South Wales

July 1995 - December 1999(4 years)