Profile page of Mr Izunna Nwokoye
Elimination of sources of error in a tetrapolar impedance measurement circuit for blood analysis
Izunna achieved a first class honours degree in electrical and electronics engineering at the university of East London, UK in (2011) and his masters in Electrical power systems in Brunel university, London UK achieving Merit in (2013). Izunna has several years of experience in the design and implementation of analogue circuits for products development, and had worked with Zelon electrics where he designed and developed fire alarm circuits, heat detection circuits and CO2 detection models as specified by the customers. He is currently enrolled on a PhD in Biomedical electronics in the Research centre for biomedical engineering at City University London, UK. His projects is focused on developing a tetrapolar bioelectrical impedance measurement device that would eliminate sources of errors in the current state of art bioelectrical impedance measurement systems.