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Tuesday, 26 Jan


Intraneural stimulation: the role in restoring sensory, motor and autonomic neural functions

Organised by CONNECT University


The seminar will focus on latest trends in neuroengineering, using micro and nanotechnologies and knowledge from computer science and neuroscience for exploring and developing systems able to restore functions in people affected by different types of neural disability. The seminar will introduce several examples on how implantable intraneural interfaces can be used to restore sensory, motor, and autonomic functions.

It takes place on Tuesday, 26th January, at 15:00 (Brussels time). The speaker is Dr. Silvestro Micera, professor and head of the Translational Neural Engineering Laboratory at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL). He has been participating on multiple FET Proactive projects, including NEBIAS and NeuHart, both focused on breakthrough innovations in neural prosthetics.

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