从生物传感成像仪到脑机接口: 工程科学与生物学之间的密切联系
From Bio-inspired Imagers to Brain-Machine Interfaces: Synergy between Engineering and Biology
   Jan Van der Spiegel
报告人照片   Jan Van der Spiegel is a Professor of the Electrical and Systems Engineering Department at the University of Pennsylvania. His primary research interests are in mixed-mode VLSI design, CMOS vision sensors for polarization imaging, biologically based image sensors and brain-machine interfaces. He is the author of over 200 journal and conference papers and holds 4 patents. He was the president of the IEEE SSCS (2016-2017), a life fellow of the IEEE , a member of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society AdCom, and an sociate Editor of the Transaction of BioCAS .
  Advances in CMOS Technology and Material Science have allowed to create sophisticated bio-inspired sensors and signal processing systems. At the same time, a lot of progress has been made in understanding the human brain and the human sensory system. The presentation will give two examples. One is how learning from biology allowed us to create new types of sensors. We will focus on a bio-inspired polarization imager. Another example will illustrate how microelectronics technology can help people with neurological diseases. The talk will describe our recent work on a closed-loop, bi-directional Brian-Machine-Interface (BMI) that potentially can improve quality of life of these patients.
报告时间:2018年01月15日10时50分    报告地点:西区活动中心二楼学术报告厅
报名截止日期:2018年01月15日    可选人数:100