Dr Wee-Lih Lee completed his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2014 at Curtin University. As part of his PhD project, he developed algorithms that utilise signal-processing and machine learning to extract the neural signal-of-interest from multi-channel EEG recordings.


Before re-joining Bionics Institute in 2020, he has worked in a range of research software development roles. He has experience in designing and developing software/tools for different biomedical signal analysis (e.g. EEG, fNIRS, eye-tracking, hand movement disorder, force-platform posturography etc.). In the past, he also worked with a team of researchers in developing real-time systems (e.g. closed-loop DBS, distributed transactive energy market). 


At Bionics Institute, he is currently working under the Neurobionics team, assisting with the next-generation DBS system development.

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Research Projects

Improved positioning for DBS (ADEPT device)

Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation Device (ASTUTE system)