Jesús Requena Carrión

Deputy Director of the Joint Innovation Centre
Queen Mary University of London & the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

Centre for Intelligent Sensing
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Queen Mary University of London

Selected contributions

Mathematical modelling, Healthcare techonlogies

The heart and the quasar

Sep 17

Little we knew that our investigation of the mathematical nature of cardiac spectrum would take us far into deep space. In this study, we describe measurement distortions in the cardiac spectrum and incidentally rediscover Wolf Shift for electromagnetic radiation. The little appendix at the end neatly summarises our spectral "shift".

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Mathematical modelling, Healthcare techonlogies

Randomness in neuronal interspike intervals

Apr 16

What is the cause of randomness in neuronal interspike intervals? Do neurons use interspike intervals to encode information? Most studies use neuronal models to simulate distributions of interspike intervals, but haven't succesfully led to analytical expressions. We have used one of our excitable models to derive a family of exact distributions for interspike intervals and show that they can be approximated by a Rayhleigh distribution with an exponential tail. Just like many experimental observations!

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Mathematical modelling, Statistical learning, Cloud platforms & IoT and more

Other contributions

Apr 18

In my Google Scholar page you can find a comprehensive list of publications.


Cloud platforms & IoT

Micropython-based IoT platforms at the JIC

Apr 18

Our IoT team at the Joint Innovation Centre is working on several micropython-based IoT platforms for environmental and smart building monitoring. We have developed end-devices and gateways that use LoRa to wirelessly exchange data. Cloud services (provided by AWS and Alibaba Cloud) allow us to collect and analyse our data and manage our devices remotely. We are also building Ionic webapps for users to interact with our IoT platform.

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Statistical learning, Cloud platforms & IoT

Data science for healthcare at the JIC

Mar 18

A very warm welcome to Xuhao, Yifeng, Chenxi and Shang, the new members of our Data Science team at the Joint Innovation Centre! Our junior members are already using Deep Learning frameworks to analyse biomedical datasets and I am looking forward to tackling new data science challenges with them.

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