Anthony Bateson

Dr Anthony Bateson

Lecturer

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • Department of Engineering

Qualifications

  • PhD

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

A non-invasive, home-based EEG hypoglycaemia warning system for personal monitoring using skin surface electrodes : a single-case feasibility study

Clewett, C. J., Langley, P., Bateson, A. D., Asghar, A., & Wilkinson, A. J. (2016). A non-invasive, home-based EEG hypoglycaemia warning system for personal monitoring using skin surface electrodes : a single-case feasibility study. Health Technology Letters, 3(1), 2-5. https://doi.org/10.1049/htl.2015.0037

The 'Mouse Organ' project: a learning approach to promote creativity and motivation

Miles, R., Wilkinson, A., & Bateson, A. (2002). The 'Mouse Organ' project: a learning approach to promote creativity and motivation. International journal of electrical engineering education, 39(3), (278 - 283). ISSN 0020-7209

Categorisation of Mobile EEG: A Researcher's Perspective

Bateson, A. D., Baseler, H. A., Paulson, K. S., Ahmed, F., & Asghar, A. U. (2017). Categorisation of Mobile EEG: A Researcher's Perspective. Biomed research international, 2017, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/5496196

Research interests

Dr Bateson is a lecturer in the Department of Engineering. His expertise lies is in embedded systems and medical engineering. Using the latest in microcontroller technologies and embedded software development to create bespoke physiological measurement systems for use in multi-disciplinary research projects.

He is particularly interested in the development of non-invasive brain monitoring systems including EEG and fNIRS. This interest covers both static and mobile scenarios as well as field-deployable aspects of brain monitoring.

Dr Bateson’s other research interests include wound management research (with Professor Fagan) liaising with Smith and Nephew Wound Management (Hull).

Finally, as a member of the Learning in Virtual Environments (LiVE) research group he is working on the study of cognitive load in virtual environments. This multi-disciplinary work is taking place with colleagues in HYMS (DR Aziz Asghar) and the department of Education (Professor Stewart Martin).

Postgraduate supervision

Mobile non-invasive brain monitoring.