You are invited to join students by videoconference at the University of Washington in a course on Neural Engineering this semester. This is a rare and unique opportunity to learn a cutting edge field from one of the world’s experts, Professor Tom Daniels of the University of Washington.
The videoconferenced course meetings will be held in the SDSU Engineering Dean’s conference room, E-203E, on Wednesday and Friday afternoons 3:30-5pm. The course syllabus and materials can be found at:
Please forward this announcement to other SDSU students and faculty that might be interested in attending.
Dr. Daniels is a professor of Biology, Computer Science & Engineering, and Neurobiology & Behavior at the University of Washington, where he holds the Joan and Richard Komen Endowed Chair. He is also the Interim Director of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering. He received his BS and MS at the University of Wisconsin, a PhD at Duke and was the Bantrell Postdoctoral Fellow in Engineering Sciences at Caltech until 1984 when he joined the University of Washington where he has been ever since. He is the proud recipient of the University of Washington 1989 Distinguished Teaching Award and the 2001 Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award as well as being named a MacArthur Fellow.