NanoBio Seminar Series Fall'22

Timings : 1 pm ET

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Join us at the nanobio seminar series Fall'22 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'22 Seminar Schedule

Date Talk
September 7 Fibroblast growth factor 21: a therapeutic target and diagnostic biomarker for early diagnosis of metabolic syndrome linked with neurodegenerative disorder
Rajeev Taliyan
September 14 Perovskite Based Metal-Oxides and Nanocomposite Thin Films
Menka Jain
October 5 Ultra Clean Contacts on Two Dimensional Semiconductors
Manish Chhowalla
October 12 New Form-Factor Display Technologies
Jiahao Kang
October 19 The Material-Tissue Interface is Key to Bioelectronic Implant Performance
Thomas Stieglitz
November 2 In-operandi and in vivo-manufactured organic electronics
Magnus Berggren
November 9 NanoNeuro: Hacking neural circuits with nanopipettes and nanoparticles
Rafael Yuste
November 16 Organic Electronics for Diagnostics in Physiological Media
Sahika Inal
November 23 Diversity of device architectures with 2D van der Waals heterostructures – A few examples
Arindam Ghosh
December 7 Polymer mixed conductors for applications in bioelectronics
Jonathan Rivnay
December 14 Enabling radio communication in living cells – fundamental challenges and the way forward
Baju Joy