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Mehdi Kiani

Dorothy Quiggle Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Affiliation(s):

  • School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering

111H Electrical Engineering West

muk42@psu.edu

814-867-5753

Personal or Departmental Website

Research Areas:

Interest Areas:

Analog, mixed-signal, RF, and power-management integrated circuits and systems for wireless, biomedical, and sensing/actuating applications

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Electrical Engineering, Shiraz University, 2005
  • MS, Electrical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2008
  • MS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012
  • Ph D, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013

Publications

Book, Chapters

  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2016, Inductive Power Transfer Systems
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2015, Centimeter-range inductive radios
  • Maysam Ghovanloo, Mehdi Kiani and Konstantina S Nikita, 2014, Inductive Coupling, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., pp. 174–208
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2014, Near-Field Wireless Power and Data Transmission to Implantable Neuroprosthetic Devices, Springer New York, pp. 189–215

Journal Articles

  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2017, "Self-regulated reconfigurable voltage/current-mode inductive power management", IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits
  • Miao Meng and Mehdi Kiani, 2017, "Design and optimization of ultrasonic wireless power transmission links for millimeter-sized biomedical implants", IEEE Transaction on Biomededical Circuits and Systems, 11
  • Miao Meng and Mehdi Kiani, 2017, "A hybrid inductive-ultrasonic link for wireless power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants", IEEE Transaction on Circuits and Systems II
  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2017, "A multi-cycle switching technique for efficient ultrasonic wireless power delivery", IEEE Transaction on Circuits and Systems II
  • Ahmed Ibrahim and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "A Figure-of-merit for design and optimization of inductive power transmission links for millimeter-sized biomedical implants", IEEE Transaction on Biomededical Circuits and Systems, 10
  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "Current-based resonant power delivery with multi-cycle switching for extended-range inductive power transmission", IEEE Transaction on Circuits and Systems I, 63, pp. 10
  • Sylive Mimche, Dukju Ahn, Mehdi Kiani, Hassan Elahi, Kyle Murray, Krik Easley, Alan Sokoloff and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2016, "Tongue implant for assistive technologies: test of migration, tissue reactivity and impact on tongue motion", Archives of Oral Biology
  • Byunghun Lee, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2016, "A triple-loop inductive power transmission system for biomedical applications", IEEE Transaction on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, 10
  • Seung Bae Lee, Byunghun Lee, Mehdi Kiani, Babak Mahmoudi, Bob Gross and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2016, "An Inductively-Powered Wireless Neural Recording System with a Wide-Swing Dual-Slope Charge Sampling Analog Front-End", IEEE Sensors Journal, 16, pp. 475-484
  • Mehdi Kiani, Byunghoo Lee, Pyungwoo Yeon and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2015, "A Q-modulation technique for efficient inductive power transmission", IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits, 50, pp. 2839-2848
  • Byunghun Lee, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2015, "A smart wirelessly-powered homecage for long-term high-throughput behavioral experiments", IEEE Sensors Journal, 15, pp. 4905-4916
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2015, "A 13.56-Mbps pulse delay modulation based transceiver for simultaneous near-field data and power transmission", 9, pp. 1 - 11
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2014, "High-Performance Multi-Coil Inductive Power Transmission Links", e-fermet
  • Uei-Ming Jow, Peter McMenamin, Mehdi Kiani, Joseph R Manns and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2014, "EnerCage: A smart experimental arena with scalable architecture for behavioral experiments", Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on, 61, (1), pp. 139–148
  • Dukju Ahn, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2014, "Enhanced wireless power transmission using strong paramagnetic response", Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on, 50, (3), pp. 96–103
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2013, "A figure-of-merit for designing high-performance inductive power transmission links", Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on, 60, (11), pp. 5292–5305
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2013, "A 20-Mb/s pulse harmonic modulation transceiver for wideband near-field data transmission", Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on, 60, (7), pp. 382–386
  • Hangue Park, Mehdi Kiani, Hyung-Min Lee, Jeonghee Kim, Jacob Block, Benoit Gosselin and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2012, "A wireless magnetoresistive sensing system for an intraoral tongue-computer interface", Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 6, (6), pp. 571–585
  • Uei-Ming Jow, Mehdi Kiani, Xueliang Huo and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2012, "Towards a smart experimental arena for long-term electrophysiology experiments", Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 6, (5), pp. 414–423
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2012, "The circuit theory behind coupled-mode magnetic resonance-based wireless power transmission", Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on, 59, (9), pp. 2065–2074
  • Mehdi Kiani, Uei-Ming Jow and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2011, "Design and optimization of a 3-coil inductive link for efficient wireless power transmission", Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 5, (6), pp. 579–591
  • Farzad Inanlou, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2011, "A 10.2 Mbps pulse harmonic modulation based transceiver for implantable medical devices", Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of, 46, (6), pp. 1296–1306
  • Seung Bae Lee, Hyung-Min Lee, Mehdi Kiani, Uei-Ming Jow and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2010, "An inductively powered scalable 32-channel wireless neural recording system-on-a-chip for neuroscience applications", Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 4, (6), pp. 360–371
  • Masoud Meghdadi, Mehrdad Azizi, Mehdi Kiani, Ali Medi and Mojtaba Atarodi, 2010, "A 6-bit CMOS phase shifter for-band", Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on, 58, (12), pp. 3519–3526
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2010, "An RFID-based closed-loop wireless power transmission system for biomedical applications", Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on, 57, (4), pp. 260–264
  • Mehdi Kiani, Mehrdad Sharif Bakhtiar and Mojtaba Atarodi, 2010, "Low voltage low noise open loop automatic amplitude control for voltage-controlled oscillators", Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 62, (3), pp. 319–325

Conference Proceedings

  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2017, "An adaptive reconfigurable voltage/current-mode power management with self-regulation for extended-range inductive power transmission", IEEE
  • Ahmed Ibrahim, Miao Meng and Mehdi Kiani, 2017, "Inductive and Ultrasonic Wireless Power Transmission to Biomedical Implants"
  • Ahmed Ibrahim, Aydin Farajidavar and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "A 64-channel wireless implantable system-on-chip for gastric electrical-wave recording", IEEE
  • Amir Javan-Khoshkholgh, Zaid Abukhalaf, Ji Li, Mehdi Kiani and Aydin Farajidavar, 2016, "An inductive narrow-pulse data telemetry system for gastric slow waves monitoring", IEEE
  • Ahmed Ibrahim and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "Inductive power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants using printed spiral coils", IEEE
  • Miao Meng and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "Optimal resonance configuration for ultrasonic wireless power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants", IEEE
  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "Optimal frequency for powering millimeter-sized biomedical implants inside an inductively-powered homecage", IEEE
  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "Optimal wireless receiver structure for omnidirectional inductive power transmission to biomedical implants", IEEE
  • Hesam Sadeghi Gougheri and Mehdi Kiani, 2016, "A resonant voltage multiplier for long-range inductive power transmission", IEEE
  • Hyungmin Lee, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2015, "Advanced wireless power and data transmission techniques for implantable medical devices"
  • Ahmed Ibrahim, Aydin Farajidavar and Mehdi Kiani, 2015, "Towards a highly-scalable wireless implantable system-on-a-chip for gastric electrophysiology"
  • Ahmed Ibrahim and Mehdi Kiani, 2015, "Safe inductive power transmission to millimeter-sized implantable microelectronics devices"
  • Mehdi Kiani, Byunghun Lee, Pyungwoo Yeon and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2015, "A power-management ASIC with Q-modulation capability for efficient inductive power transmission"
  • Miao Meng, Ahmed Ibrahim and Mehdi Kiani, 2015, "Design considerations for ultrasonic power transmission to millimeter-sized implantable microelectronics devices", United States
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2014, "A PWM-IR-UWB transceiver for low-power data communication", pp. 436–439
  • Byunghun Lee, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2014, "A smart homecage system with 3D tracking for long-term behavioral experiments", pp. 2016–2019
  • Peter McMenamin, Uei-Ming Jow, Mehdi Kiani, Joseph R Manns and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2013, "A smart cage for behavioral experiments on small freely behaving animal subjects", pp. 985–988
  • Mehdi Kiani and M Ghovanloo, 2012, "Pulse delay modulation (PDM) a new wideband data transmission method to implantable medical devices in presence of a power link", Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), 2012 IEEE, pp. 256–259
  • Peter McMenamin, Uei-Ming Jow, Mehdi Kiani and M Ghovanloo, 2012, "Real time control of a wireless powering and tracking system for long-term and large-area electrophysiology experiments", Proc. IEEE Biomed. Circ. Sys. Conf, pp. 240–243
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2012, "A figure-of-merit for design of high performance inductive power transmission links for implantable microelectronic devices", pp. 847–850
  • Peter McMenamin, Uei-Ming Jow, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2012, "EnerCage: a novel smart wireless power and tracking system for long-term and large-arena experiments", pp. 240–243
  • Hangue Park, Benoit Gosselin, Mehdi Kiani, Hyungmin Lee, Jeonghee Kim, Xueliang Huo and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2012, "A wireless magnetoresistive sensing system for an intra-oral tongue-computer interface"
  • Mehdi Kiani, Ki Yong Kwon, Fei Zhang, Karim Oweiss and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2011, "Evaluation of a closed loop inductive power transmission system on an awake behaving animal subject", pp. 7658–7661
  • Uei-Ming Jow, Mehdi Kiani, Xuliang Huo and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2011, "Towards a smart experimental arena for long-term electrophysiology experiments"
  • Farzad Inanlou, Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2010, "A novel pulse-based modulation technique for wideband low power communication with neuroprosthetic devices", 32nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, pp. 5326–5329
  • Seung Bae Lee, Hyungmin Lee, Mehdi Kiani, Uei-Ming Jow and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2010, "An inductively powered scalable 32-ch wireless neural recording system-on-a-chip with power scheduling for neuroscience applications"
  • Mehdi Kiani and Maysam Ghovanloo, 2009, "A closed loop wireless power transmission system using a commercial RFID transceiver for biomedical applications", pp. 3841–3844
  • Hesam Sadeghi and Mehdi Kiani, , "A Self-Regulated Voltage/Current-Mode Integrated Power Management with Seamless Mode Transition and Extended Input-Voltage Range", University Park, United States

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The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was created in the spring of 2015 to allow greater access to courses offered by both departments for undergraduate and graduate students in exciting collaborative research in fields.

We offer B.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering and data science and graduate degrees (master's degrees and Ph.D.'s) in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering. EECS focuses on the convergence of technologies and disciplines to meet today’s industrial demands.

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