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Virgilio Valente

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor (Research)
  • Delft University of Technology Faculty of Electrical Engineering Mathematics and Computer Science
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Research interests

CMOS design.Analog and Mixed-Signal IC designMedical ASICsBiomedical Circuits and SystemsImplanted DevicesFunctional Electrical StimulationNeurostimulation

Co-authors (16)

  • Ranjan Pathak
  • Dominik Cirmirakis
  • Zubayer Karim
  • Marnus Weststrate
  • Sonia DSouza
  • Raquel Aguiar-Ibáñez

Publications (5)

  • An Implantable Stimulator with Safety Sensors in Standard CMOS Process for Active Books

    • Liu X
    • Valente V
    • Zong Z
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  • An implantable wireless multi-channel neural prosthesis for epidural stimulation

    • Jiang D
    • Eder C
    • Perkins T
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  • Frequency splitting analysis and compensation method for inductive wireless powering of implantable biosensors

    • Schormans M
    • Valente V
    • Demosthenous A
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  • Live demonstration: An implantable wireless multi-channel neural prosthesis for epidural stimulation

    • Jiang D
    • Eder C
    • Perkins T
    • et al.
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  • A dedicated electrode driving ASIC for epidural spinal cord stimulation in rats

    • Giagka V
    • Eder C
    • Valente V
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor (Research)

Technische Universiteit Delft Faculteit Elektrotechniek Wiskunde en Informatica

January 2018 - Present

Postdoctoral Researcher

University College London

July 2011 - December 2011(5 months)

Assistant Lecturer

Middlesex University

September 2008 - December 2008(3 months)

Education history

PhD - Medical Electronics

UCL - University College London

June 2007 - July 2011(4 years)

MSc - Biomedical Engineering

Aalborg University

September 2004 - September 2006(2 years)

BSc - Electronic Engineering

Department of Electronics, University of York

October 2001 - June 2004(3 years)