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Prof. Deblina Sarkar is organizing the NanoBio Seminar Series Fall 2023 . Join us for an exciting journey through next generation nanoelectronics devices and beyond CMOS computing technologies and then fusing into intriguing applications of nanoelectronics and nanotechnology in bioengineering, specifically for understanding and probing the brain. Talks on disruptive nanoelectronics devices will include spintronics, neuromorphic computing, hardware for artificial intelligence and use of novel nanomaterials (such as graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides etc). Biological applications will take us through non-invasive brain-computer interfaces and novel brain recording and neuromodulation technologies
Fall '23 Seminar Schedule:
September 7, Wireless Bioelectromagnetic Brain Sensors, Aviad Hai
September 14, Adhesive-integrated Stretchable Electronics Systems, Todd Coleman
September 21, Engineered tissue hybrids for bioelectronic recording and control, Brian Timko
September 28, Translational Neuroelectronics, Dion Khodagholy
October 12, Bioelectronic chronotherapy: Towards sleep and circadian rhythm-aware brain implants, Tim Denison and Joram van Rheede
October 19, Chirality and Complexity of Nanostructures, Nicholas Kotov
November 2, Lessons in Translation: Accelerating the Path to Market for Neurotechnology, Kip Ludwig
November 9, Harvesting spin-orbit physics at interfaces , Aurelien Manchon
December 7, TBD