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The Department of Bioengineering maintains this calendar of seminars, which includes seminars sponsored by the department and those that may be of interest to Bioengineering students, faculty or alumni. All seminar titles are preceded by the sponsoring unit's name or acronym for quick identification.

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BIOENGINEERING: Implantable Networks of Wireless Nanoelectronic Devices

Speaker Dr. Pedro Irazoqui, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University
Date Oct 31, 2013
Time 12:00 pm  
Location 1000 MNTL
Sponsor Department of Bioengineering
Event type Graduate
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Our aim within the Center for Implantable Devices is to enable multi-pathology treatment through physically distributed networks of nanoscale wireless sensors and actuators. From it''s inception, the center has focused on the broader problem of interfacing implantable microelectronics with biological systems. Novel technologies and applications come through participation in the NSF funded Network for Computational Nanotechnology Nano-Engineered Electronic Device Simulation Node (NCN NEEDS) at Purdue, and the Goodman-Campbell Brain and Spine Neurosurgical Group in Indianapolis. With other researchers at Purdue, the Jackson Laboratory, and further afield in packaging, electromagnetics, low-power digital circuits, and biosensors, we design custom application specific integrated circuits and combine them with MEMS transducers, RF hardware, and advanced packaging techniques to develop system-level solutions to clinical problems in epilepsy, Parkinson's, alcoholism, glaucoma, and chronic neural interfaces. Those solutions are then translated into human clinical use, and simultaneously and subsequently into private industry"
 

 

 

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