Publications

Book Chapters:

[B5]   H. Sadeghi Gougheri and M. Kiani, “Adaptive and efficient power-management structures for inductive power delivery,” in IoT and Low-Power Wireless: Circuits, Architectures, and Techniques, Ch. 12, pp. 345-374, DOI: 10.1201/9781351251662-12, 2018.

[B4]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “Inductive power transfer systems,” in Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, pp. 1-27, DOI: 10.1002/047134608X, 2016.

[B3]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “Centimeter-range inductive radios,” in Ultra Low-Power Short-Range Radios, Springer Science, pp. 313-341, ISBN: 978-3-319-14714-7, ch. 10, 2015.

Before joining Penn State:

[B2]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “Near-field wireless power and data transmission to implantable neuroprosthetic devices,” in Neural Computation, Neural Devices and Neural Prosthesis, Springer Science, pp. 189-215, ISBN: 978-1-4614-8150-8, ch. 8, 2014.

[B1]   M. Ghovanloo and M. Kiani, “Inductive coupling,” in Handbook of Biomedical Telemetry, pp. 174-208, DOI: 10.1002/9781118893715, ch. 7, 2014.

Journal Papers:

[J33] M. Meng, D. Wang, B. Truong, S. Trolier-McKinstry, S. Roundy, and M. Kiani, “A multi-beam shared-inductor reconfigurable voltage/SECE-mode piezoelectric energy harvesting interface circuit,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., 2019.

[J32] H. Sadeghi, P. Graybill, and M. Kiani, “A dual-output reconfigurable shared-inductor boost- converter/current-mode inductive power management ASIC with 750% extended output-power range, adaptive switching control, and voltage-power regulation,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., 2019.

[J31] H. Sadeghi, A. Dangi, S. Kothapalli, and M. Kiani, “A Comprehensive study of ultrasound transducer characteristics in microscopic ultrasound neuromodulation,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., 2019.

[J30] M. Meng and M. Kiani, “Gastric Seed: Toward distributed ultrasonically interrogated millimeter-sized implants for large-scale gastric electrical-wave recording,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst. II, vol. 66, pp. 783-787, Mar. 2019.

[J29]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “An inductive voltage/current-mode integrated power management with seamless mode transition and energy recycling,” IEEE J. Solid State Cir., vol. 54, pp. 874-884, Dec. 2018.

[J28]  P. Graybill and M. Kiani, “Eyelid drive system: an assistive technology employing inductive sensing of eyelid movement,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 13, pp. 203-213, Nov. 2018.

[J27]  A. Ibrahim, M. Meng, and M. Kiani, “A comprehensive comparative study on inductive and ultrasonic wireless power transmission to biomedical implants,” IEEE Sensors J., vol. 18, pp. 3813-3826, May 2018.

[J26]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “A multi-cycle switching technique for efficient ultrasonic wireless power delivery,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst. II, vol. 65, pp. 286-290, Mar. 2018.

[J25]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “Self-regulated reconfigurable voltage/current-mode inductive power management,” IEEE J. Solid State Cir., vol. 52, pp. 3056-3070, Nov. 2017.

[J24]  M. Meng and M. Kiani, “Design and optimization of ultrasonic wireless power transmission links for millimeter-sized biomedical implants,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 11, pp. 98-107, Feb. 2017.

[J23]  M. Meng and M. Kiani, “A hybrid inductive-ultrasonic link for wireless power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst. II, vol. 64, pp. 1137-1141, Oct. 2017.

[J22]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “Current-based resonant power delivery with multi-cycle switching for extended-range inductive power transmission,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst. I, vol. 63, pp. 1543-1552, Sept. 2016.

[J21]  S. Mimche, D. Ahn, M. Kiani, H. Elahi, K. Murray, K. Easley, A. Sokoloff, and M. Ghovanloo, “Tongue implant for assistive technologies: test of migration, tissue reactivity and impact on tongue motion,” Archives of Oral Biology,  vol. 71, pp. 1-9, Nov. 2016.

[J20]  A. Ibrahim and M. Kiani, “A Figure-of-merit for design and optimization of inductive power transmission links for millimeter-sized biomedical implants,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 10, pp. 1100-1111, Dec. 2016.

[J19]  B. Lee, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A triple-loop inductive power transmission system for biomedical applications,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 10, pp. 138-148,  Feb. 2016.

[J18]  S. Lee, B. Lee, M. Kiani, B. Mahmoudi, R. Gross, and M. Ghovanloo, “An inductively-powered wireless neural recording system with a charge sampling analog front-end,” IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 16, pp. 475-484, Jan. 2016.

[J17]  M. Kiani, B. Lee, P. Yeon, and M. Ghovanloo, “A Q-modulation technique for efficient inductive power transmission,” IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits, vol. 50, pp. 2839-2848, Dec. 2015.

[J16]  B. Lee, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A smart wirelessly-powered homecage for long-term high-throughput behavioral experiments,” IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 15, pp. 4905-4916, Sept. 2015.

[J15]  M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “High-performance multi-coil inductive power transmission links,” Forum for Electromagnetic Research Methods and Application Technologies (FERMAT), Dec. 2014.

Before joining Penn State:

[J14]  M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “A 13.56-Mbps pulse delay modulation based transceiver for simultaneous near-field power and data transmission,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 9, pp. 1-11, Feb. 2015.

[J13]  D. Ahn, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “Enhanced wireless power transmission using strong paramagnetic response,” IEEE Trans. Magnetics, vol. 50, Mar. 2014.

[J12]  U. Jow, P. McMenamin, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “EnerCage: a smart experimental arena with scalable architecture for behavioral experiments,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., vol. 61, pp. 139-148, Jan. 2014.

[J11]  M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “A figure-of-merit for designing high performance inductive power transmission links,” IEEE Trans. Indus. Elect., vol. 60, pp. 5292-5305, Nov. 2013.

[J10]  M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “A 20 Mbps pulse harmonic modulation transceiver for wideband near-filed data transmission,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst.-II, vol. 60, pp. 382-386, July 2013.

[J9]   H. Park, M. Kiani, H. Lee, J. Kim, J. Block, B. Gosselin, and M. Ghovanloo, “A wireless magnetoresistive sensing system for an intraoral tongue-computer interface,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 6, pp. 571-585, Dec. 2012.

[J8]   U. Jow, M. Kiani, X. Huo, and M. Ghovanloo, “Towards a smart experimental arena for long-term electrophysiology experiments,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 6, pp. 414-423, Oct. 2012.

[J7]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “The circuit theory behind coupled-mode magnetic resonance based wireless power transmission,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst.-I, vol. 59, pp. 2065-2074, Sept. 2012.

[J6]   M. Kiani, U. Jow, and M. Ghovanloo, “Design and optimization of a 3-coil inductive link for efficient wireless power transmission,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 5, pp. 579-591, Dec. 2011.

[J5]   S. Lee, H. Lee, M. Kiani, U. M. Jow, and M. Ghovanloo, “An inductively powered scalable 32-channel wireless neural recording system-on-a-chip for neuroscience applications,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Cir. Syst., vol. 4, pp. 360-371, Dec. 2010.

[J4]   F. Inanlou, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A 10.2 Mbps pulse harmonic modulation based transceiver for implantable medical devices,” IEEE Journal Solid State Cir., vol. 46, pp. 1296-1306, June 2011.

[J3]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “An RFID-based closed loop wireless power transmission system for biomedical applications,” IEEE Trans. Cir. Syst.-II, vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 260-264, Apr. 2010.

[J2]   M. Meghdadi, M. Azizi, M. Kiani, A. Medi, and M. Atarodi, “A 6-bit CMOS phase shifter for S-band,” IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory Tech., vol. 58, pp. 3519-3526, Dec. 2010.

[J1]   M. Kiani, M. Sharif Bakhtiar, and M. Atarodi, “Low voltage low noise open loop automatic amplitude control for voltage-controlled oscillators,” Analog Integ. Cir. Sig. Proc., vol. 62, pp. 319-325, Mar. 2010.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers:

[C39] Z. Kashani and M. Kiani, “Optimal ultrasonic pulse transmission for miniaturized biomedical implants,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), Oct. 2019.

[38] S. Houser, P. Graybill, and M. Kiani, “A dual-modal assistive technology employing eyelid and head movements,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), Oct. 2019.

[37] P. Graybill, B. Gluckman, and M. Kiani, “Toward a wearable data assimilation platform,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), Oct. 2019.

[C36] P. Tsai, H. Sadeghi, and M. Kiani, “Skull impact on the ultrasound beam profile of transcranial focused ultrasound stimulation,” IEEE 41st Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), July 2019.

[C35] P. Graybill and M. Kiani, “Eyelid movement command classification using machine learning,” IEEE 41st Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), July 2019.

[C34] M. Meng, P. Graybill, R. Ramos, A. Javan-Khoshkholgh, A. Farajidavar, and M. Kiani, “An ultrasonically powered wireless system for in vivo gastric slow-wave recording,” IEEE 41st Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), July 2019.

[C33] M. Meng and M. Kiani, “Self-Image-Guided ultrasonic wireless power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants,” IEEE 41st Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), July 2019.

[C32] A. Javan-Khoshkholgh, W. Alrofati, L. Miller, A. Vegesna, M. Kiani, and A. Farajidavar, “A high-resolution wireless power transfer and data communication system for studying gastric slow waves,” IEEE 41st Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), July 2019.

[C31] H. Sadeghi, Y. Jia, J. Chen, I.C. Khoo, N. Giebink, and M. Kiani, “Towards wireless addressable optoelectronic implants for large-scale optogenetics,” IEEE Int. Symp. Cir. Syst. (ISCAS), May 2019.

[C30] M. Meng, A. Ibrahim, T. Xue, H. Yeo, D. Wang, S. Roundy, S. Trolier-McKinstry, and M. Kiani, “Multi-beam shared-inductor reconfigurable voltage/SECE-mode piezoelectric energy harvesting of multi-axial human motion,” IEEE Int. Solid State Cir. Conf. (ISSCC), Feb. 2019.

[C29]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “Microscopic ultrasound stimulation of neural tissue,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), Oct. 2018.

[C28] A. Javan-Khoshkholgh, W. Alrofati, Z. Abukhalaf, A. Ibrahim,  M. Kiani, and A. Farajidavar, “A miniature wireless 64-channel system for monitoring gastrointestinal activity,” IEEE International Microwave Biomedical Conf. (IMBioC), Jun. 2018.

[C27]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “A self-regulated voltage/current-mode integrated power management with seamless mode transition and extended input-voltage range,” IEEE Custom Integ. Cir. Conf. (CICC), Apr. 2018.

[C26]  A. Ibrahim, M. Meng, and M. Kiani, “Inductive and ultrasonic wireless power transmission to biomedical implants,” IEEE Int. Symp. Cir. Syst. (ISCAS), May 2017.

[C25]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “An adaptive reconfigurable voltage/current-mode power management with self-regulation for extended-range inductive power transmission,” IEEE Int. Solid State Cir. Conf. (ISSCC), Feb. 2017.

[C24]  A. Ibrahim, A. Farajidavar, and M. Kiani, “A 64-channel wireless implantable system-on-chip for gastric electrical-wave recording,” IEEE Sensors Conf., Oct. 2016.

[C23] H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “Optimal wireless receiver structure for omnidirectional inductive power transmission to biomedical implants,” IEEE 38th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2016.

[C22]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “Optimal frequency for powering millimeter-sized biomedical implants inside an inductively-powered homecage,” IEEE 38th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2016.

[C21]  M. Meng and M. Kiani, “Optimal resonance configuration for ultrasonic wireless power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants,” IEEE 38th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2016.

[C20]  A. Ibrahim and M. Kiani, “Inductive power transmission to millimeter-sized biomedical implants using printed spiral coils,” IEEE 38th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2016.

[C19]  A. Javan-Khoshkholgh, Z. Abukhalaf, J. Li, M. Kiani, and A. Farajidavar, “An inductive narrow-pulse data telemetry system for gastric slow waves monitoring,” IEEE 38th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2016.

[C18]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “A resonant voltage multiplier for long-range inductive power transmission,” IEEE Microwave Theory Tech. Society, 2016.

[C17]  M. Meng and M. Kiani, “Design considerations for ultrasonic power transmission to millimeter-sized implantable microelectronics devices,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), 2015.

[C16]  A. Ibrahim, A. Farajidavar, and M. Kiani, “Towards a highly-scalable wireless implantable system-on-a-chip for gastric electrophysiology,” IEEE 37th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2015.

[C15]  A. Ibrahim and M. Kiani, “Safe inductive power transmission to millimeter-sized implantable microelectronics devices,” IEEE 37th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2015.

[C14]  H. Lee, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “Advanced wireless power and data transmission techniques for implantable medical devices,” IEEE Custom Integ. Cir. Conf. (CICC), Sept. 2015.

[C13]  M. Kiani, B. Lee, P. Yeon, and M. Ghovanloo, “A power-management ASIC with Q-modulation capability for efficient inductive power transmission,” IEEE Int. Solid State Cir. Conf. (ISSCC), Feb. 2015.

Before joining Penn State:

[C12]  M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “A PWM-IR-UWB transceiver for low-power data communication,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), 2014.

[C11]  B. Lee, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A smart homecage system with 3D tracking for long-term behavioral experiments,” IEEE 36th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), Aug. 2014.

[C10]  P. McMenamin, U. Jow, M. Kiani, J. Manns, and M. Ghovanloo, “A smart cage for behavioral experiments on small freely behaving animal subjects,” 6th Int. IEEE EMBS Conf. Neural Eng., 2013.

[C9]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “Pulse delay modulation (PDM) a new wideband data transmission method to implantable medical devices in presence of a power link,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), 2012.

[C8] P. McMenamin, U. Jow, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “Real time control of a wireless powering and tracking system for long-term and large-area electrophysiology experiments,” EEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), 2012.

[C7]   M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A figure-of-merit for design of high performance inductive power transmission links for implantable microelectronic devices,” IEEE 34th Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), pp. 847-850, Sept. 2012.

[C6]   H. Park, B. Gosselin, M. Kiani, H. Lee, J. Kim, X. Huo, and M. Ghovanloo, “A wireless magnetoresistive sensing system for an intra-oral tongue-computer interface,” IEEE Int. Solid State Cir. Conf. (ISSCC), pp. 124-126, Feb. 2012.

[C5]   U. Jow, M. Kiani, X. Huo, and M. Ghovanloo, “Towards a smart experimental arena for long-term electrophysiology experiments,” IEEE Biomed. Cir. Syst. Conf. (BioCAS), pp. 121-124, 2011.

[C4]   M. Kiani, K. Yong, F. Zhang, K. Oweiss, and M. Ghovanloo, “Evaluation of a closed loop inductive power transmission system on an awake behaving animal subject,” IEEE 33rd Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), pp. 7658-7661, Sep. 2011.

[C3]   F. Inanlou, M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A novel pulse-based modulation technique for wideband low power communication with neuroprosthetic devices,” IEEE 32nd Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), pp. 5326-5329, Sep. 2010.

[C2]   S. Lee, H. Lee, M. Kiani, U. Jow, and M. Ghovanloo, “An inductively powered scalable 32-ch wireless neural recording system-on-a-chip with power scheduling for neuroscience applications,” IEEE Int. Solid State Cir. Conf. (ISSCC), pp. 120-121, Feb. 2010.

[C1]   M. Kiani, and M. Ghovanloo, “A closed loop wireless power transmission system using a commercial RFID transceiver for biomedical applications,” IEEE 31st Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (EMBC), pp. 3841-3844, Sep. 2009.

Patents and Invention Disclosures:

[P5] M. Kiani, “An implantable dual-mode (stimulation/imaging) ultrasonic device,” US Provisional Application No.: 62/744,367 (PSU ID# 2017-4653), Filed October 2018.

[P4] M. Kiani, “Free-floating millimeter-sized distributed implantable gastric seeds with self-image-guided ultrasonic wireless power transmission,” Pending PCT Application No.: PCT/US2019/026887 (PSU ID# 2017-4698), Filed April 2019.

[P3]   M. Kiani and H. Sadeghi, “Current-based resonant power delivery for extended-range inductive power transmission,” Pending US Patent Application No.: 15/680,018 (PSU ID# 2016-4443), Filed August 2017.

[P2]   M. Kiani, D. Ahn, and M. Ghovanloo, “Enhanced inductive power and data transmission using hyper resonance,” Patent No.: US9294154 B2, Mar. 2016.

[P1]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “Wideband data and power transmission using pulse delay modulation (PDM),” Patent No.: US2014/0140420 A1, May 2014.

Abstracts and Presentations:

[APT15]  H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “A Single-Stage-Multi-Output Reconfigurable Shared-Inductor Buck-Boost-Converter/Current-Mode Inductive Power Management,” The 3rd Annual Energy Harvesting Society Meeting, Falls Church, Sept. 2019.

[APT14]  M. Meng and M. Kiani, “Multi-Beam Shared-Inductor Reconfigurable Voltage/SECE-Mode Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting of Multi-Axial Human Motion,” The 3rd Annual Energy Harvesting Society Meeting, Falls Church, Sept. 2019.

[APT13] H. Sadeghi and M. Kiani, “A single-stage-multi-output reconfigurable shared-inductor buck-boost-converter/current-mode inductive power management with 750% extended output-power range and adaptive switching control,” Presented at the ISSCC Student Research Preview, San Francisco, CA, Feb. 2019.

[APT12]   M. Kiani, “Efficient Reconfigurable Adaptive Circuits for Inductive Power Delivery and Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting,” Presented at the 2nd Annual Energy Harvesting Society Meeting, Philadelphia, Sept. 2018.

[APT11]   M. Kiani, “Efficient and Adaptive Inductive Power Transmission and Management,” Presented at Advanced ICs and Systems for Wireless Charging and Energy Workshop, International Microwave Symposium, San Francisco, CA, May 2016.

[APT10] R. Wang, N. Paskaranandavadivel, S. Sathar, P. Du, T. R. Angeli, G. O’Grady, M. Kiani, L. K. Cheng, and A. Farajidavar, “A miniature wireless gastric stimulator for high-energy stimulation”, Gastroenterology, vol. 150, no. 4, ppS-723, Apr. 2016.

[APT9]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “Wireless Technologies for Brain Interfacing,” Presented at 1st International Symposium on Brainware LSI, Sendai, Japan, Mar. 2014.

[APT8]   M. Kiani, A. Sharma, D. Samet, S. Graham, and M. Ghovanloo, “A low-profile bio-coating process for implantable medical devices,” Presented at the 3rd Annual Global Interpose Technology Workshop, Atlanta, GA, Nov. 2013.

[APT7]   M. Kiani, D. Ahn, B. Lee, and M. Ghovanloo, “Highly-efficient adaptive wireless power transmission and management,” Presented at the 3rd Annual Global Interpose Technology Workshop, Atlanta, GA, Nov. 2013.

[APT6]   M. Kiani, “Advanced wireless technologies for neutral interfacing,” Presented at the Brain Workshop: Enabling Health through Neurotechnologies, Atlanta, GA, Oct. 2013.

[APT5]   M. Kiani and M. Ghovanloo, “An adaptive wireless power supply ASIC for long-term electrophysiology experiments,” Presented at the ISSCC Student Research Preview, San Francisco, CA, Feb. 2013.

[APT4]   M. Kiani, K. Yong, F. Zhang, K. Oweiss, and M. Ghovanloo, “Evaluation of a closed loop inductive power transmission system on an awake behaving animal subject,” Presented at Neural Interfaces Conference, Salt Lake City, Jun. 2012.

[APT3]   U. Jow, M. Kiani, P. McMenamin, and M. Ghovanloo, “A smart experimental setup for wireless power transmission and data communication to bioinstrumentation implanted in small freely behaving animal subjects,” Presented at Neural Interfaces Conference, Salt Lake City, Jun. 2012.

[APT2]   S. Lee, H. Lee, M. Kiani, U. Jow, and M. Ghovanloo, “An inductively powered multichannel wireless implantable neural recording system-on-a-chip,” Presented at Neural Interfaces Conference, Long Beach, Jun. 2010.

[APT1]   F. Zhang, M. Aghagolzadeh, M. Kiani, M. Ghovanloo, and K. Oweiss, “A wireless and reconfigurable compressive sensing system for neural recording in cortical brain machine interfaces,” Presented at Neural Interfaces Conference, Long Beach, Jun. 2010.

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