Dr. Mannan Mridha, passed with distinctions from Jhenidah Cadet College in Bangladesh and later with merit scholarships acquired M.Sc. Eng. degree fromWarsaw Technical University, Poland, Ph.D. and M.Ed. degree from Linköping University in Sweden. Mridha has working experience with teaching and research in Biomedical engineering at the University of Linköping, Mälardalen University and KTH – Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden; University of Oxford and London in UK; Indian Institute of technology (IIT) Bombay and Delhi in India; Gono University in Bangladesh and Tokyo University in Japan.
Dr Mridha worked as WHO consultant with Medical Equipment in many developing countries such as, Bangladesh, India, Vietnam, Fiji and Palau. Swedish Institute funded for study visits to University of Southern California, LA, University of Washington in Seattle, USA. He was awarded fellowships from the Royal Swedish Academy, Royal Society for Science and Engineering in the UK, and by the JapanSociety for Promotion of Science. Currently he has been teaching Medical Electronic Design, Medical Transducers and Microsensors at the Department of Technology and Health at Royal Institute of Technology, KTH in Stockholm, Sweden, as well as working with capacity building in Indonesia and Philippines, funded by European Union. Dr Mridha has numerous publications in International journals and his current research activities at the School of Technology and Health at KTH include Telemedicine, e-Health, e-Learning, Patient safety, and development of smart and affordable diagnostic devices for use in the developing countries.