Welcome to Bioelectromag, a website run by ,and for, researchers in bioelectromagnetics. As part of our research efforts, we regularly try to update this site with literature review in diverse subfileds of bioelectromagnetics, useful links and resources, and project forums. We hope you would like it, as we do.

Bioelectromagnetics is the knowledge obtained regarding living bodies and electromagnetic fields. Although these have been studied as separate fields for centuries, they have always been interwoven in nature, never separated. Either the biological entity itself generates the electromagnetic fields of interest, or  externally produced electromagnetic fields affect the living body. The first branch is historically termed Bioelectromagnetism, whereas the second is (more or less commonly) called Bioelectromagnetics. This website covers both areas.

Feel free to send your suggestions, comments, and contributions. To do so, register and login, or use my email: msaviz@aut.ac.ir.

Dr. Mehrdad Saviz

Principal Researcher

Welcome to Bioelectromag, a website run by ,and for, researchers in bioelectromagnetics. As part of our research efforts, we regularly try to update this site with literature review in diverse subfileds of bioelectromagnetics, useful links and resources, and project forums. We hope you would like it, as we do.

Bioelectromagnetics is the knowledge obtained regarding living bodies and electromagnetic fields. Although these have been studied as separate fields for centuries, they have always been interwoven in nature, never separated. Either the biological entity itself generates the electromagnetic fields of interest, or  externally produced electromagnetic fields affect the living body. The first branch is historically termed Bioelectromagnetism, whereas the second is (more or less commonly) called Bioelectromagnetics. This website covers both areas.

Feel free to send your suggestions, comments, and contributions. To do so, register and login, or use my email: msaviz@aut.ac.ir.

Dr. Mehrdad Saviz

Principal Researcher