Mr Hamed Minaeizaeim
Hamed Minaeizaeim graduated with a Master of Engineering in Mechatronic Engineering from Stellenbosch University, South Africa, in 2012. His master's project focused on development of a novel method based on active acoustic methodology to detect plural effusion. After completing his master’s, he worked at Finite Element Analysis Services (Pty) Ltd as a consultant engineer, where he was involved in solving various engineering problems.
In 2014, he commenced study towards a PhD at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute.
Research | Current
Identification of abnormalities in paediatric chest x-ray
Hamed’s doctoral project has two main focuses:
- Finding abnormality using image processing techniques in children diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis,
- development of an image registering technique based on finite element analysis for different postures as well as different imaging modulates.
2015 Spark $100k Challenge Winner - Uniservices Research Commercialisation Prize
2015 Spark $100k Challenge Finalist
BreathHero is about developing a novel chest physiotherapy (CPT) device for children that uses sensors and gaming technology to make CPT a motivating and entertaining experience. With Robert Gallichan.
2015 Spark Ideas Challenge Winner - Commercial Entrepreneurship category
GCP technology: New “chest physiotherapy” device that motivates children to exercise and records their performance so doctors can monitor the progression of their lung diseases. With Robert Gallichan.