NanoBio Seminar Series Spring'21

Timings : 1 pm ET

For zoom link to the talks, please email mjgc@mit.edu with your institute email and mention affiliation

Join us at the nanobio seminar series spring'21 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

Spring'21 Seminar Schedule

Date Talk
February 24 Physical and organizational scaling of neurotechnology
Adam Marblestone
March 3 Scalable, high-precision optoelectronic lab-on-a-chip towards next-generation precision medicine
Guangyu Xu
March 10 Spintronic Computing Fabrics
Xuanyao Kelvin Fong
March 17 Smart Textiles for Personalized Health Care
Jun Chen
March 24 The future of AI Hardware: A 3D silicon brain
Kwabena Boahen
March 31 Skin-Interfaced Wearable Biosensors
Wei Gao
April 7 Integrated Circuits for Electronic Medicine
Manuel Monge
April 13 Augmented Interfaces Using Ubiquitous AI
Muhammad Hussain
April 21 Multifunctional Regenerative Neural Interfaces
Dena Shahriari