February 21, 2024 Paper on Si nanodialysis probe has been published in ACS Nano
The nanodialysis neural probe is silicon-based and takes advantage of microfabrication techniques developed for microelectronics manufacturing. The small device size enables it to collect chemical content with close to 100% efficiency from highly localized regions of tissue in a fraction of a second. The capabilities of this new nanodialysis device are reported in the journal ACS Nano.
October 28, 2019 First Annual Review of the NIH Neuroprobe project
Instead of having a closed door discussion, we decided to make our annual review open to general public. The 10-min talks given by students and postdocs will be covering our current achievements and problems we encountered during the first year of funded efforts. Besides advocating on exciting opportunities for engineering in brain research, this format will be a great exercise for students in public presentation.
October 23, 2019 Posters presented at the Society for Neuroscience meeting
First results of our collaboration with amazing @alexschwing and @ColinGraber has been presented at the #Barrels 2019 workshop and at the #SfN2019. The papers describe #ML-based interpretable model to uncover hidden dynamical structure of brain information flows.
June 25, 2019 First paper from the group has been presented by Yan Zhang at Transducers 2019 in Berlin
Yan Zhang gave oral presentation at the Transducers/Eurosensors conference in Berlin. This is the first paper coming from our group.
May 25, 2019 Dr.Sungho Kim has joined the group as postdoctoral scientist
Dr. Sungho Kim joined the group as postdoctoral scientist. He had done his PhD at Carnegie Mellon ECE on nanofluidics and nanoporous membranes with emphasis on the electrical gating of charged molecular flow through the nanochannels.
Dec. 15, 2018 Ari and Oscar are leaving for a new life at Micron
Ari Esters and Oscar Bi, after numerous on-site interviews, decided to accept offers at Micron Technologies, in Boise , ID. They will work on new generations of CMOS memories.
Sept. 15, 2018 Meet Prasoon and Chris - new group members
Welcome Prasoon Jha and Chris Brenden who just joined the group. Prasoon came from University of Toronto to UIUC ECE department. Chris is from University of New Mexico joining the Department of BioEngineering.