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Dr Thanks Marisa

Lecturer: Dr Thanks Marisa

 Dr Marisa

Qualifications

 

  • PhD (UniBE, Switzerland)
  • MPhil (NUST, Zimbabwe)
  • Grad ICSAZ
  • BSc (HON) Electronic Engineering (NUST)
  • Mixed Signal IC Design (Euro Practice, UK)

 

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Work Experience

Dr T Marisa is currently with University of Zimbabwe as a lecturer in the Electrical Department. He teaches a wide range of Electrical and Electronic topics including Electrical Principles, Advanced Electrical Principles, Power Electronics, and Digital Signal Processing. He has vast experience as a hardware design engineer and software developer. Fields of interest for research include Low Power Circuit Design, Analogue and Digital Signal Processing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Software Defined Radio and Medical Instrumentation.

Research Areas

1 - Low Power Mixed Signal Circuit Design,

2 - Analogue and Digital Signal Processing,

3 - Wireless Sensor Networks,

4 - Medical Instrumentation,

5 - Software Defined Radio and

6 - Embedded Systems

Research & Innovations

N/A

Research Fellowship

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Intellectual Property

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Research Contracts

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Publications

[1] A. Haeberlin, T. Niederhauser, T. Marisa, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, D. Mattle, L. Roten, J. Fuhrer, H. Tanner, and R. Vogel. The optimal lead insertion depth for esophageal ECG recordings with respect to atrial signal quality. Journal of Electrocardiology, 46(2):158–165, March 2013.

[2] A. Haeberlin, T. Niederhauser, T. Marisa, D. Mattle, M. Jacomet, J. Goette, H. Tanner, and R. Vogel. Esophageal Long-Term ECG Reveals Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation. Circulation, 125(18):2281–2282, May 2012.

[3] A. Haeberlin, E. Studer, T. Niederhauser, M. Stoller, T. Marisa, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, T. Traupe, C. Seiler, and R. Vogel. Electrocardiographic ST-segment monitoring during controlled occlusion of coronary arteries. Journal of Electrocardiology, 47(1):29–37, January 2014.

[4] T. Marisa, T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, R.A. Wildhaber, R. Vogel, M. Jacomet, and J. Goette. Bufferless Compression of Asynchronously Sampled ECG Signals in Cubic Hermitian Vector Space. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 62(12):2878–2887, December 2015.

[5] T. Marisa, T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, R. Wildhaber, R. Vogel, M. Jacomet, and J. Goette. Pseudo Asynchronous Adc for Ecg Signal Acquisition. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, 2015. Submitted.

[6] T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, T. Marisa, M. Jungo, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, R. Abächerli, and R. Vogel. Electrodes for Long-Term Esophageal Electrocardiogra-

phy. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 60(9):2576–2584, September

2013.

[7]  T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, T. Marisa, D. Mattle, R. Abächerli, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, and R. Vogel. An optimized lead system for long-term esophageal electrocardiography. Physiological Measurement, 35(4):517, 2014.

[8]  T. Niederhauser, T. Marisa, Andreas Haeberlin, Josef Goette, Marcel Jacomet, and Rolf Vogel. High-resolution esophageal long-term ECG allows detailed atrial wave morphology analysis in case of atrial ectopic beats. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 50(7):769–772, May 2012.

[9]  T. Niederhauser, T. Marisa, L. Kohler, A. Haeberlin, R.A. Wildhaber, R. Abächerli, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, and R. Vogel. A Baseline Wander Tracking System for Artifact Rejection in Long-Term Electrocardiography. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, 2015. Accepted.

[10]  T. Niederhauser, T. Wyss-Balmer, A. Haeberlin, T. Marisa, R.A. Wildhaber, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, and R. Vogel. Graphics-Processor-Unit-Based Parallelization of Optimized Baseline Wander Filtering Algorithms for Long-Term Electrocardiography. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 62(6):1576–1584, June 2015.

[11]  A. Haeberlin, T. Niederhauser, T. Marisa, H. Tanner, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, J. Fuhrer, and R. Vogel. The Esophageal ECG as a Novel Technique for Ambulant Heart Rhythm Monitoring. Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, 22:S162–S162, October 2011.

[12] T. Marisa, T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, and R. Vogel. Asynchronous ECG time sampling: Saving bits with Golomb-Rice encoding. In Computing in Cardiology (CinC), 2012, pages 61–64, September 2012.

[13] T. Marisa, T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, and R. Vo-

gel. Asynchronous Time Encoding: An Approach to Sub-Nyquist Rate Sampling. Biomedizinische Technik, 2012.

[14] T. Marisa, T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, J. Goette, M. Jacomet, and R. Vogel.

Turning Noise Into a Blessing., 2014. Talk presented at GCB symposium 2014.

[15] T. Niederhauser, A. Haeberlin, R. Vogel, T. Marisa, J. Goette, and M. Ja-

comet. Esophageal ECG: The challenge of electrode design. In 2011 IEEE Interna-

tional Workshop on Medical Measurements and Applications Proceedings (MeMeA),

pages 322–326, May 2011.

[16] T. Niederhauser, T. Marisa, Andreas Haeberlin, Josef Goette, Marcel Jacomet,

and Rolf Vogel. High-resolution esophageal long-term ECG allows detailed atrial

wave morphology analysis in case of atrial ectopic beats. Medical & Biological

Engineering & Computing, 50(7):769–772, May 2012.

[17] T. Niederhauser, S. Sanchez Martinez, A. Haeberlin, T. Marisa, J. Goette, M. Ja-

comet, and R. Vogel. Simultaneous registration of ECG and cardiac motion by

a single esophageal probe. In Computing in Cardiology Conference (CinC), 2013,

pages 651–654, September 2013.

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