Martin Ekström, Senior Lecturer


Ph.D. in Electronics, Mälardalen University, 2013. Thesis title “Towards Predictable and Reliable Wireless Communication in Harsh Environments”

Master of Science in Electronics, Mälardalen University, 2006

Martin Ekström is Senior lecturer in electronics, his main research is within Biomedical embedded systems including wireless communication, hardware development and biomedical engineering.

He is currently involved in projects researching Neural engineering, human detection using UWB and development of platforms for biomedical application.

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Jonatan Tidare
Melika Hozhabri

MSc theses supervised (or examined):
Thesis TitleStatus
Cognitive underwater communication available
Communication using an underwater sonar in progress
Design and development of a wireless multipoint e-stop system for autonomous haulers in progress
Intelligent Robotic Gripper with Adaptive Grasp Technique in progress
Översikt av metoder för tillståndsbaserade underhållsåtgärder in progress
A reliable timing system using RFID finished
Autonomous robot with human detection and obstacle avoidance finished
BODY AREA NETWORK FOR ANALYSIS OF GAIT SYMMETRY USING IMU AND UWB TECHNOLOGY finished
Body area network with gait symmetry analysis finished
Configuration of measurement access point in a wireless sensor system finished
Design and Implementation of Electrical Load Analysis (ELA) for Cross Fleet Configuration finished
Development of a multi-bus platform for automation testbed finished
Development of a ZigBee Wireless Sensor Node finished
Development of wireless self-adjustable signal amplifier for medical purpuses finished
Electronics for Health Monitoring Sensors finished
Extended target tracking using Gaussian processes on stick-pixel defined objects finished
INTEGRATED LOCALIZATION AND DIRECTED COMMUNICATION FOR ACOUSTIC UNDERWATER SYSTEMS finished
Intelligent gripper finished
Low cost analog ultra wideband radar for human protection finished
Power consumption optimization in Bluetooth networks finished
Sensor system for spinal injury risk reduction finished
Software enhancement for improving sampling frequency and BLE communication in an embedded system finished
Trådlös bränsleövervakning finished