Neuroprosthetics, - stimulation and -modulation
Contact: Wouter Serdijn
Projects under this theme
ReaSONS 2 Demo: Realtime Sensing of Neural Signals Demonstrator
Demonstrator of recording tiny neural signals on top of the stimulus and artifact. NWO Demonstrator Grant.
An Integrated Pilot Line for Micro-Fabricated Medical Devices
REASONS – Realtime Sensing of Neural Signals
This project targets the development of a completely new readout system for measuring the so called electrically evoked compound action potential (eCAP) coming from the auditory nerve.
SINs - Smart Implantable Neurostimulators
In this research program we push the research and development of technology for research on and treatment of a multitude of brain disorders, a.o., tinnitus and addiction.
Electrical Implants -- small devices with huge potential
Since the introduction of the pacemaker in 1958, much has changed in the world of electrical stimulation. Whereas the first electrical implants targeted muscles, the implants of today are flexible and focus mainly on the nerves in our body. The concept, however, remains unchanged: electrical implants give control back to the body. Vasiliki Giagka, Assistant Professor of Bioelectronics at TU Delft, talks about the past, present and future of her field of research.
The Bioelectronics weblog
Visit the weblog of the Section Bioelectronics at: http://bme.weblog.tudelft.nl/
- Inês Gonçalves
- Beatriz Pereira
- Miguel Veloso O’Donell
- Minghui Liu
- Lucia Tacchetti
- Jeroen Röling
- Guðrún Erla Ólafsdóttir (2017)
- Jinne Geelen (2017)
- Jory Koolwijk (2017)
- Farnaz Nassiri Nia (2016)
- Matthijs Weskin (2016)
- Renato Ferreira Borges (2016)
- Alessandro Urso (2015)
- Athanasios Karapatis (2015)