The posters will be displayed in the exhibition area in the Banquet Hall. 

Poster Numbers:

1. Maximal Oxygen Optake Estimation While Climbing Stairs Using Smartphone
Hamzah Alqudah, University Of Technology Sydney

2. Stainless Steel Based Sensitive Immunosensor For Localized Detection Of Interleukin-1 β
Fei Deng, Graduate School Of Biomedical Engineering, University Of New South Wales

3. Stent Design Optimization Framework: A Proof Of Concept Study For Achieving Optimal Longitudinal Strength Without Compromising Radial Flexibility
Socrates Dokos, University Of New South Wales

4. A Wearable Artificial Blinking Device Providing Mechanical Eyelid Closure For Facial Nerve Paralysis Patients
Siddharth Doshi, University Of New South Wales

5. Expansion And Harvest Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells On Smart Graphene Oxide MicrocarriersMahsa Asadniaye Fardjahromi, University Of Technology Sydney

6. A Novel Physiological Control System For An Implantable Heart Pump With Interpatient And Intrapatient Variations
Masoud Fetanat, University Of New South Wales

7. Optimised Biomimetic Surfaces Toward Novel Bioengineered Vascular Grafts
Shouyuan Jiang , University Of New South Wales

8. Modulating Blood-Surface Interface: Biofunctionalisation Of Silk Biomaterials With A Vascular Molecule Using Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation
Kieran KL Lau, University of New South Wales

9. Embroidered Electrodes For Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis: Impact of Contact Surface Area And Stitch Type
Irinin Logothetis, RMIT University

10. Effective Stimulation Approaches To Mimic Physiological Neural Encoding Of Retinal Ganglion Cells (RGCs)
Madhuvanthi Muralidharan, University Of New South Wales

11. Standards And SHOCK Decisions– Results From Regulatory Testing Of Automated External Defibrillators
Saurabh S Sapre, Therapeutic Goods Administration

12. Nicotinic Acid Riboside Supplementation Via A Drug Releasing PVA Hydrogel
Rebecca M Sehnert, University Of New South Wales

13. Microwave Irradiation Assisted Synthesis And Characterization Of Silver-Incorporated Hydroxyapatite Nanoparticle With Antibacterial Properties
Mohd Faiz Mohd Yusoff, Faculty Of Dentistry, University Of Malaya


Posters will be judged on each of the following and awarded a score (out of 10):

  • Delivery and presentation style
  • Technical content

  • Originality

  • Relevance to biomedical engineering

    and value to the wider community

  • Use of visual aids

  • Discussion and ability to answer questions


We would like to thank the Biomedical Engineering Schools of University of New South Wales Sydney, University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney who will award the three best student posters with a prize of $500 each.

The Poster Presentations will be reviewed by a Judging Panel and the awards will be presented by Socrates Dokos – Associate Professor, Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, University of New South Wales Sydney.