Welcome to the Biomechatronics and Cognitive Engineering Research Lab (BACE Lab). Here, our main focus is to study human and his inherent capabilities. However, our approach is somehow a philosophical one; that is, we believe that the human is a creature with both physical and metaphysical aspects. Therefore, we use science and technology as tools to study the correlation between physics and metaphysics in the human being. We try to conduct the research in BACE Lab in such a way that this aim would be accessible more than ever.

Robotics and Biomechatronics, Dynamics and Control, and Processing of Biological Signals are the main axes of research in BACE Lab. In this regard, you might visit the research page.

Dr. Borhan Beigzadeh, Director of BACE Lab,
School of Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology.

Ongoing Research

Robotic Surgery
Robotic Rehabilitation
Magnetic Drug Delivery
EEG Signal Processing

Prospective Students

Ph.D. Students

It is highly recommended that the student pursuing a Ph.D. position in the school of of ME, IUST, would contact Dr. Beigzadeh via email. Sending academic CV would be helpful. Overall research fields in the BACE Lab could be seen in Research page.

Master Students

Newly admitted students for master programs who are interested in the following research areas are encouraged to contact us:

  • Magnetic Drug Delivery/Targeting
  • Medical diognosis/ natural temperament classification using biological analysis of biofluids (blood plasma, blood serum, saliva, …)
  • Control and Robotics: Surgical Robotics, Passive Walking Mechanisms, Wearable Assistive Robotics, Rehabilitating Robotics
  • Color Perception Analysis Using EEG, EMG-based intention detection

Interested students who are admitted for new coming academic year, are needed to send their CV with a cover letter (including their contact information, admission information, and the fields which they are interested in), directly to b_beigzadeh at iust.ac.ir in order to be considered for a probable interview.


Samaneh Badri defended her thesis

Mrs. Samaneh Badri, master student of BACE Lab, defended her thesis entitled at “Detecting the orientation of visual stimulus through the processing of EEG signals”. Samaneh Hamidreza has presented her work in XMech 2018 conference at IUST while her another paper is under preparation. Congratulation Samaneh!

New publication of Sohrab Najafian

A new paper of Mr. Sohrab Najafian has been published in the journal of “Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine” (IF: 2.503; 2017), entitled at “Fourier-based quantification of renal glomeruli size using Hou transform and shape descriptors“. Congratulation Sohrab! Sohrab is now a PhD student at the State University of New York (SUNY), Department of Optometry. We …

AmirAli Rasaeifard defended his thesis

Mr. AmirAli Rasaeifard, master student of BACE Lab (biomechatronics) defended his thesis entitled at “Approximate/analytical solution of the problem corresponding to the magnetic particles’s motion in fluid environment” in 2 may, 2017. AmirAli had published a paper from the results of his thesis in the Journal of Molecular Liquids (IF: 3.648) entitled at “Homotopy-based solution of …


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