Jan Sebek | Research assistant professor
Jan Sebek received a bachelor's degree in electronics and communication from Czech Technical University in Prague in 2010, and a master's and doctoral degree in electrical engineering from Czech Technical University in Prague in 2012, and 2019, respectively.
In years 2008, 2011, 2013 and 2014, he worked on projects like translation of speech signals for a speech recognition database, development and implementation of electric filters in the 3.5GHz frequency band, design of the class D audio amplifier kit for class work, and parameter measurement and calibration of radiation sensors for meteorological radar during internships at Czech Technical University and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institute of Atmospheric Physics.
Since 2018, he has worked as a research scholar at Kansas State University in its Biomedical Computing and Devices Laboratory.
Sebek has been involved in research in areas of blind source separation for electroencephalography signal denoising, development and implementation of new structures of microwave applicators for directional and omnidirectional heating of biological tissues and development of simulation-based treatment planning of microwave ablation procedures.
Microwave ablation, Treatment planning, Signal processing, Blind source separation
Sebek has authored or co-authored 13 peer-reviewed journal publications and nine conference abstracts.