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Amin Mahnam
Amin Mahnam
Director of Systems Engineering, Myant Inc.
E-mail megerősítve itt: myant.ca
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Development of a practical high frequency brain–computer interface based on steady-state visual evoked potentials using a single channel of EEG
S Ajami, A Mahnam, V Abootalebi
Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering 38 (1), 106-114, 2018
552018
Comprehensive study of Howland circuit with non-ideal components to design high performance current pumps
A Mahnam, H Yazdanian, MM Samani
Measurement 82, 94-104, 2016
542016
Measurement of the current–distance relationship using a novel refractory interaction technique
A Mahnam, SMR Hashemi, WM Grill
Journal of neural engineering 6 (3), 036005, 2009
442009
Design and implementation of a portable impedance cardiography system for noninvasive stroke volume monitoring
H Yazdanian, A Mahnam, M Edrisi, MA Esfahani
Journal of Medical Signals & Sensors 6 (1), 47-56, 2016
432016
A practical efficient human computer interface based on saccadic eye movements for people with disabilities
S Soltani, A Mahnam
Computers in biology and medicine 70, 163-173, 2016
422016
Cuff-less continuous measurement of blood pressure using wrist and fingertip photo-plethysmograms: Evaluation and feature analysis
A Attarpour, A Mahnam, A Aminitabar, H Samani
Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 49, 212-220, 2019
392019
Multichannel ECG recording from waist using textile sensors
M Alizadeh Meghrazi, Y Tian, A Mahnam, P Bhattachan, L Eskandarian, ...
BioMedical Engineering OnLine 19, 1-18, 2020
382020
Evaluation of dry textile electrodes for long-term electrocardiographic monitoring
M Alizadeh-Meghrazi, B Ying, A Schlums, E Lam, L Eskandarian, F Abbas, ...
Biomedical engineering online 20, 1-20, 2021
262021
Feature and channel selection for designing a regression-based continuous-variable emotion recognition system with two EEG channels
M Javidan, M Yazdchi, Z Baharlouei, A Mahnam
Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 70, 102979, 2021
262021
An adaptive SSVEP-based brain-computer interface to compensate fatigue-induced decline of performance in practical application
S Ajami, A Mahnam, V Abootalebi
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 26 (11 …, 2018
262018
Design of a novel wearable human computer interface based on electrooculograghy
S Soltani, A Mahnam
2013 21st Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE), 1-5, 2013
262013
Introducing chaotic codes for the modulation of code modulated visual evoked potentials (c-VEP) in normal adults for visual fatigue reduction
Z Shirzhiyan, A Keihani, M Farahi, E Shamsi, M GolMohammadi, ...
PLoS One 14 (3), e0213197, 2019
232019
3D‐Knit Dry Electrodes using Conductive Elastomeric Fibers for Long‐Term Continuous Electrophysiological Monitoring
L Eskandarian, A Toossi, F Nassif, S Golmohammadi Rostami, S Ni, ...
Advanced Materials Technologies 7 (7), 2101572, 2022
192022
Use of sine shaped high-frequency rhythmic visual stimuli patterns for SSVEP response analysis and fatigue rate evaluation in normal subjects
A Keihani, Z Shirzhiyan, M Farahi, E Shamsi, A Mahnam, B Makkiabadi, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 201, 2018
192018
Exploring textile-based electrode materials for electromyography smart garments
E Lam, M Alizadeh-Meghrazi, A Schlums, L Eskandarian, A Mahnam, ...
Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering 9 …, 2022
182022
A computational study to evaluate the activation pattern of nerve fibers in response to interferential currents stimulation
M Agharezaee, A Mahnam
Medical & biological engineering & computing 53, 713-720, 2015
172015
Simulation of nerve conduction block using high frequency currents based on the CRRSS model
AR Arianfar, A Mahnam
proceedings of the 18th Iranian conference of Biomedical Engineering, Tehran, 2010
132010
A computational study to evaluate the mechanism of selectivity in interferential current therapy
F Manzouri, A Mahnam, ME Andani
2011 18th Iranian Conference of Biomedical Engineering (ICBME), 171-174, 2011
122011
Alterations in the intrinsic burst activity of Purkinje neurons in offspring maternally exposed to the CB1 Cannabinoid agonist WIN 55212-2
M Shabani, A Mahnam, V Sheibani, M Janahmadi
The Journal of membrane biology 247, 63-72, 2014
112014
Comparing steady-state visually evoked potentials frequency estimation methods in brain-computer interface with the minimum number of eeg channels
M Neghabi, HR Marateb, A Mahnam
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience 10 (3), 245, 2019
102019
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