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ESE Spring Seminar – “Miniaturized Biomedical Devices for Navigation, Sensing and Stimulation”

Medical electronic devices are an integral part of the healthcare system today and are used in a variety of applications around us. The design of such devices has several stringent […]

ESE Spring Seminar – “Scaling Deep Learning Up and Down”

Deep learning with neural networks has emerged as a key approach for discovering patterns and modeling relationships in complex data. AI systems powered by deep learning are used widely in […]

ESE Spring Seminar – “Developing next-generation wireless, bioelectronic cellular medicine”

Recent advances in engineering science have led to new classes of medical devices with emergent mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties that offer new opportunities for interfacing with living cells. I […]

ESE Spring Seminar – “Neural Mechatronics and Mixed Reality for Patient Care”

The rich set of mechanoreceptors found in human skin offers a versatile engineering interface for transmitting information and eliciting perceptions, potentially serving a broad range of applications in patient care […]

ESE Fall Seminar – “Magnetic technologies for battery-free bioelectronics and neuromodulation”

Miniature implanted and injected technologies capable of manipulating and recording biological signals promise to improve the way we study biology and the way we diagnose and treat disease; however, to […]

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