Our Lab research focus lie primarily in the field of design and development of wireless mixed-mode (analog and digital) microelectronic integrated circuits that interact with physiological systems. The interaction includes:
- Monitoring: recording various neuro-physiological sensory information such as electrical (EEG, ECoG, etc.) and chemical signals;
- Diagnosis: Processing recorded information to decode a physiological/neurological function or dysfunction using analytical and data-driven algorithms.
- Treatment: Providing a feedback signal (e.g. electrical or optical stimulation) to the neural system to start/stop/modulate a particular functionality.