Dr. Jasmine Hau Yuan Wen is a research fellow at UTM-IJN Cardiovascular Engineering Centre and also a senior lecturer at School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia since 2012. She obtained her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electrical Engineering with merit in 2009 at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia by defending her thesis entitled “SystemC-based Design Framework for an Embedded System implemented as System-on-Chip”. She pursued her postdoctoral research in 2010 under the Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme to pursue the research at the field of Multi-Processor System-on-Chip (MPSoC) and Network-on-Chip (NoC).


Dr. Hau’s research and core expertise are in the processing architecture design of multi-processor systems-on-chip (MPSoC) / networks-on-chip (NoC), from electronic system level (ESL) modelling to Register Transfer Level (RTL), as well as field programmable gate array (FPGA) prototyping and deployment. From there her research interests have spread into the field of cryptographic and data security application, biomedical instrumentation design such as wearable heart rhythm monitor design and home-based vital sign monitor design, as well as biomedical application such as arrhythmia classification and medical imaging processing using deep learning and machine learning algorithm,  telecardiology / telemedicine, as well as ADHD/autism assessment. She is also an active member for IEEE and has registered to Board of Engineering Malaysia (BEM).


With great attention to her research, she managed to publish more than 50 publications and has secured more than 10 research grants until present. She also has filed more than 15 Intellectual Property like patents and copyrights and this number is expected to increase subsequently in future endeavors. She has also won more than 10 awards in both international and national design competition as well as best paper awards in few international conferences.


Despite of her excellent services in academic, she has responsibility to many administrative positions such as academic manager of UTMSPACE part-time degree program, coordinator of Industrial Training Committee, Task Force Leader of HiCOE documentation and many others. She also actively participated in non-academic activities like gold medalist of chess and ping pong in UTM staff games. Besides, Dr Hau also has Grade 8 Pianoforte from the Associated Board of Royal School of music and has grade 3rd of Taekwondo from International Taekwondo Federation.