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Logo for Advanced MicroSystems and Circuits research group (AMSaC)Welcome to the Human Augmentation Technologies Lab (HAT lab) at Michigan State University directed by Professor Andrew Mason. The mission of this research group is to develop integrated circuit and microsystem approaches that enable a bridging between novel nano/micro-sensor technologies and high impact biomedical and environmental applications. This research group focuses on the development autonomous, miniaturized sensory microsystems  featuring nanostructured biological and chemical interfaces by exploring research contributions to mixed-signal integrated circuit design, microfabrication of sensor structures and real-time signal processing algorithms.

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Research News

HAT lab team presents two papers and one live demonstration at 2018 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference.
We congratulate Ehsan, a member of our lab for receiving student travel grant to attend 2018 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference.
Sina Parsnejad Presenting
We congratulate a member of our lab, Sina Parsnejad for receiving a fellowship from MSU Venture Fellows Program.
Congratulations to all HAT lab members! Two of our papers have just been accepted for presentation at BioCAS 2018.
Papers Acceptance
HAT lab paper "Compact and low power analog front end with in-situ data decimator for high-channel-count ECoG recording" was presented by Dr. Mason in ISCAS 2018.