Prof Zion Tse


Research Group News

May 2024

Zimpi Helen Kono is awarded a prize by Head of School, Prof Hazel Screen

SEMS holds 7th Russell Binions PhD Symposium

16 May 2024

The 7th annual Russell Binions Memorial PhD Symposium took place on Thursday 27th April at the School of Engineering and Materials Science. Each year, The Symposium provides an opportunity for our PhD students and Postdoctoral Research Assistants to formally present their work to their peers and academics in the School. … [more]

Abstract Deadline Extended to 22nd May

BioMedEng24: Abstract deadline extended to 22nd May

1 May 2024

BioMedEng24 is pleased to announce an extension to the deadline for abstract submission. New Deadline for Submission: 22nd May 2024 Don't miss your chance to showcase your innovative work at this leading biomedical engineering conference. Ensure you submit your abstract by the new deadline to secure your spot. Please visit: … [more]

March 2024

Speakers for BioMedEng24

BioMedEng24 Abstract Submission

31 March 2024

The next Biomedical Engineering Association’s annual conference, BioMedEng24, will be organised by Queen Mary University of London, taking place on 5-6 September 2024. Expect to explore plenary sessions, keynote talks, break-out workshops, poster sessions, dedicated early-career researcher sessions and more. Abstract Submission Leaders from academia, industry, clinicians, early-career researchers … [more]

January 2024

Proud to be an Engineer

Engineers Celebrate Athena Swan Success

18 January 2024

Gender equality recognised by Athena Swan Bronze Award First recognised in 2010, the School has now had this award conferred for another five years until 2029, where the conditions were met "directly and fully". The Athena Swan Charter works across the globe to support and transform gender equality in Higher … [more]

December 2023

Dr Caroline Roney

The Future of Cardiac Digital Twins

5 December 2023

Dr Caroline Roney, Reader in Computational Medicine, recently featured in an episode of The Naked Scientists Podcast. In this insightful interview, she delved into the groundbreaking realm of digital twins and their pivotal role in revolutionizing the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disorders. During the podcast, Dr Roney illuminated the … [more]

October 2023

Queen Mary Professorial Strategic Hires

Queen Mary Professorial Strategic Hires

18 October 2023

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is recruiting 10 full Professors to establish their research groups at the University. These permanent academic positions will further strengthen our rapidly expanding, world-leading research following an excellent performance in the latest UK Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021) in which QMUL was ranked 7th in the … [more]

September 2023

BioMedEng Innovation Prize awarded to Prof. Karin Hing

BioMedEng23 Conference Highlights the Pioneering Work of Queen Mary Bioengineering

21 September 2023

At the recently concluded BioMedEng23 conference, Queen Mary Bioengineering showcased its prowess and contributions to UK Biomedical Engineering. The two-day event, organised by The Association of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers, and Bioengineers (BioMedEng Association), highlighted remarkable advances in and around the UK biomedical sector. Prof Karin Hing Awarded the Prestigious … [more]

Lujain Musafir, Saskia Hale, Aylish Moore and Semhar Misghina (from left to right)

School celebrates student achievements at IMechE awards

14 September 2023

This week, six BEng/MEng Biomedical Engineering students were selected to present their final year projects at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards. Queen Mary's representation included four poster presentations and two oral presentations, given by Saskia Hale, Lujain Musafir, Haipeng Liang, … [more]

July 2023

Digital Health Workshop

Queen Mary's Innovative Digital Health Collaboration Workshop: A Landmark Confluence of Minds in Healthcare AI

18 July 2023

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), University College London and Imperial College London. hosted a successful Multi-scale & Multi-modality Digital Health Collaboration Workshop on Tuesday, 18th July. Supported by the local organising team of QMUL's Digital Environment Research Institute (DERI) and Centre for Bioengineering, this event brought together an … [more]

June 2023

Celebrating International Women In Engineering Day

Celebrating the Inspiring Women Engineers at QMUL

23 June 2023

On International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June 2023, we celebrate the remarkable accomplishments of Women In Engineering worldwide, who tirelessly contribute to improving and saving lives. This year, we turn our attention to the exceptional female engineers at the School of Engineering and Materials Science. These women embody the qualities … [more]

Kaspar leading the robot parade at IEEE ICRA 2023

Professor Kaspar Althoefer co-chairs the prestigious IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2023

16 June 2023

The largest and most prestigious conference on robotics, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2023 (ICRA) was held in the ExCeL centre, London, May 29 - June 2, 2023. The conference was co-organised by the Centre of Advanced Robotics at Queen Mary (ARQ) and was co-chaired by Professor Kaspar Althoefer, SEMS academic and … [more]

Bioengineers at Queen Mary's Festival of Communities

SEMS Bioengineering at Queen Mary's Festival of Communities

12 June 2023

Cutting-Edge Science and Engineering Research Showcase RoboCare: Innovations in Healthcare and Assisted Living Dr. Thilina Dulantha Lalitharatne’s team showcased RoboCare, illustrating the potential of robotic technologies in healthcare and assisted living. Visitors interacted with assistive robots, Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) and discovered how they can enhance the quality of … [more]

May 2023

2023 Intercalated Biomedical Engineering Graduates

Intercalated Symposium - Celebrating 8 Years

30 May 2023

Opportunities in STEMM Medical students presented research alongside leading scientists and engineers from the Centre of Bioengineering. Presentations covered multiple disciplines in machine learning, cardiovascular disease, orthopaedics, gastroenterology, cancer, medical robotics, fetal medicine and environmental health. In particular, understanding how exposure to harmful pollutants in air, water or soil affects … [more]

Celebrating a twelve year journey

Bioengineering - a secret success story

22 May 2023

Bioengineers save babies' lives When soft tissues like fetal membranes weaken too early, the waters break and the baby is born prematurely. Researchers at Queen Mary University of London and University College London are investigating the causes of preterm premature rupture of the fetal membranes. A twelve-year journey in multi-disciplinary … [more]

Dr Ravinash Krishna Kumar

Dr Ravinash Krishna Kumar Awarded £1.8m ESPRC Fellowship

10 May 2023

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is delighted to announce that Dr Ravinash Krishna Kumar, a Lecturer in Medical Technology from the School of Engineering and Materials Science, has been awarded a prestigious £1.8 million, 5-year EPSRC Open Plus Fellowship. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) fellowships support … [more]

March 2023

The heart’s twin – how pioneering digital twin research is personalising the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation

Queen Mary Featured Research covers Dr Caroline Roney’s research in Cardiac Digital Twins

12 March 2023

Queen Mary Featured Research has covered Dr Caroline Roney's research in Cardiac Digital Twins, a pioneering approach to the treatment of atrial fibrillation (AFib). AFib is the most common form of heart arrhythmia, affecting around 1.4 million people in the UK, and if not successfully treated, can lead to stroke … [more]

August 2022

Engineering Better Medicine Meeting

30 August 2022

Discussion of Research, Education, Funding Opportunities and Partnerships. Every Tuesday @ 12pm on MS Teams Platform. For any enquiries, please contact: Prof. Zion Tse