This course covers the physiological bases, applications, and ethical considerations of emerging neuroprosthetic devices, covering a wide range of neural interfaces. Examples include cochlear implants, retinal implants for vision restoration, and brain-computer interfaces for delivering haptic feedback. Homework assignments will involve processing neural recordings, neural stimulation modeling, collecting and analyzing your own psychophysical data, and writing reviews of recent research publications. Working knowledge of MATLAB or a similar programming language is strongly recommended.
Neural Prosthetics: Science, Technology, and Applications
01/22/2024 - 05/07/2024