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Neuroelectronics or Neurotechnology is a rather new research discipline that broadly relates to interfacing the neurons of the nervous system with electronic devices. We have been successful in interfacing live cultured neurons with planar multielectrode arrays to understand neuronal network topology. This research has now expanded and become inclusive in its scope, involving faculty from diverse science and engineering disciplines like neuroelectrophysiology, neuro-optics, microfabrication, electronics, signal processing and machine learning. A new entrant to the PhD program will pick up the broad theoretical and experimental essentials required, in a setting that is probably unique in the country through course works that span a broad canvas covering basic neuroscience to engineering.

Neuronal Networks

Interfaces to Neuronal Networks

Neuroelectronic hybrid systems

Assistant Professor