Soft, implantable bioelectronic interfaces
24th November 2021
Timing : 1 pm EST
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Soft bioelectronics focus on the engineering of electronic systems with human-like mechanical signature. Such systems are becoming powerful tools for applications in human-machine interaction and offer promising perspective in e-health and biomedical instrumentation. Their design combines materials and assembly processes borrowed from the MEMS and thin-film electronics domains with bio-inspired materials and novel additive fabrication techniques. Soft bioelectronics also require the implementation of customized and multimodal characterization on the bench prior to in vivo/on-body validation.
This talk will report on a methodical approach to design, manufacture and test soft implantable bioelectronic interfaces, and illustrate these concepts with designs from the lab tailored to neuroprosthetic medicine.