I am currently looking for PhD students! If you're a curious engineer, and interested in any of the following
- Artificial heart, heart/lung machines and ventricular assist devices
- Designing automatic control systems for medical devices
- Biomedical signal processing
- ...and more
Dr Stevens received his undergraduate degree in Medical Engineering from Queensland University of Technology in 2010, graduating with first class honours. He then completed his PhD in 2014 at the University of Queensland, in which he developed a physiological control system for dual rotary left ventricular assist devices operating as a biventricular assist device. He commenced a postdoctoral position as a Research Associate at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering in August 2015. He then became a lecturer in January 2018.
- Physiological control systems
- Heart assist devices
- Computational modelling (particularly CFD)
- Signal processing
- Wearable activity monitoring, particularly for older Australians
- Machine learning for biomedical applications
- ENGG1000 Engineering Design and Innovation.
- BIOM1010 Engineering in Medicine and Biology.
- BIOM9701 Cardiovascular Dynamics.
- Biomedical Engineering Thesis Coordinator