1 SDSU MEP/MSP Student will be selected to conduct research at University of Washington this summer. Excellent experience for great students interested in research and/or…Comments closed
Category: Engineering Research Center
NSF funded Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
CSNE paid summer research experience applications are available. Last year, not many local students applied; designated spots were filled by others. These opportunities are open…Comments closed
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.Comments closed
Kee Moon directs SDSU’s Engineering Research Center with a goal to perfect brain-controlled bionics.Comments closed
Congratulations to the following MESA students in obtaining summer internships/research opportunities at their respective sites and being a part of the 2012 National Science Foundation (NSF) / MESA Summer Team Internship Program.
The information presented are for the current 2012 NSF/MESA Summer Team Interns who are participating in the Summer Team Internship Program.
This includes teammate assignments, poster instructions, poster deadlines, and other requirements necessary related to the Summer Team Internship Program.Comments closed
Brain computer interface (BCI) technology has classically focused on two signal acquisition modalities for
control: multi, single-unit activity (MSU) and electroencephalography (EEG). While MSU activity
provides a high fidelity, multi-dimensional signal for BCI control, obtaining long-term stability of single unit recordings has proven difficult at best due to glial encapsulation issues.
Brain-machine interfaces (BMI) and neuroprosthetic technology have the potential to dramatically improve quality of life after paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury, stroke or traumatic brain injury.Comments closed
Dr. Weinstein will discuss the Resonant Body Transistor (RBT), which can be integrated into a standard CMOS process for low power clock generation and high-Q tank circuits. We recently demonstrated the first hybrid RF MEMS-CMOS resonators in Si at the transistor level of IBM’s 32nm SOI CMOS process, without the need for any post-processing or packaging. The unreleased, Si bulk acoustic resonators are driven capacitively using the thin gate dielectric, and actively sensed using a body-contacted nFET incorporated into the resonant cavity. FET sensing with the high fT, high performance transistors in CMOS amplifies the mechanical signal before the presence of parasitics. The resulting RF-MEMS resonators provide low power, low cost, small footprint building blocks for on-chip signal generation and processing.Comments closed
Seminar – Dr. Tom Daniels from the University of Washington and Executive Director of The ERC will be at SDSU on 1/26/12 from 1 -2pm in the SDSU Bio Science Center Gold Auditorium. – MESA/MEP/MSP students are strongly encouraged to attend.
Learn about state of the art research at University of Washington
Hear more about the ERC
If you are interested in the above, you should definitely attend this seminar
An ERC student meeting at SDSU on 1/27 from 9am to 10am at 6495 Alvarado Rd, Suite 225.
Students have the opportunity to learn more about the ERC
Students will meet and talk with lead faculty and staff of the ERC from SDSU and University of Washington
Student can learn more about Dr. Tom Daniels’ seminar.
SDSU is a partner with University of Washington and MIT for the new Engineering Research Center (ERC) in Sensori Motor Neural Engineering (CSNE).
We have a few opportunities for SDSU MEP/MSP students to gain paid research experience (spring and summer 12) and to share that experience with pre-college students (outreach).Comments closed