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[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium: Non-Invasively Probing the Brain's Microstructure with Magnetic Resonance Imaging
31 Jul 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Brad Sutton
[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium 2013
31 Jul 2013 | | Contributor(s)::
Neuroengineering as a discipline is still very young- journals devoted to it were first published less than ten years ago. The emerging discipline of neuroengineering, or neural engineering, seeks to understand, enhance, and interface with neural systems. By incorporating knowledge from various...
[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium: Low-Power Integrated Circuits for Advanced Neural Interfaces
30 Jul 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Reid R. Harrison
[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium: Three Projects to Understand the Cocktail Party Effect
30 Jul 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Malcolm Slaney
[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium: How the Ear Speaks to the Mouth: An Auditory-Motor System for Speech and Song
30 Jul 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Torrey Loucks
[Illinois] Modeling and Decoding the Human Brain
28 Jun 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Jack Gallant
The second annual student-led IGERT Neuroengineering Symposium, to be held on June 28th, 2012, is a one day event is designed to highlight the growing neuroengineering presence at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. In addition, we hope that the symposium will expose students, faculty,...
[Illinois] Neural Mechanisms of Voice Control
28 Jun 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Chuck Larson
Accurate vocal production relies on several factors including sensory feedback and the ability to predict future challenges to the control processes. Repetitive patterns of perturbations in sensory feedback by themselves elicit implicit expectations in the vocal control system regarding the...
[Illinois] Tissue-like Electronic Interfaces to the Body
26 Jun 2012 | | Contributor(s):: John Rogers
Biology is curved, soft, and elastic; silicon wafers are not. Semiconductor technologies that can bridge this gap in form and mechanics will create new opportunities in devices that adopt biologically inspired designs or require intimate integration with the human body. This talk describes the...