2018 MRS Spring Meeting

Symposium SM06 : The Future of Neuroengineering—Relevant In Vivo Technology

2018-04-03   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Adam Williamson, Aix-Marseille University
Antal Berenyi, University of Szeged
Rylie Green, Imperial College London
Mohammad Reza Abidian, University of Houston
SM06.01: Relevant In Vivo Technology—Clinical
Session Chairs
Josef Goding
Adam Williamson
Tuesday AM, April 03, 2018
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 A

10:30 AM - SM06.01.01
In Vivo Recordings of Single Neuron Activity in the Human Temporal Lobe During Perception and Memory

Florian Mormann1

University of Bonn1

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11:00 AM - SM06.01.02
Coupling Single Neuronal Activity to Complex Brain Functions—Large-Scale, High-Resolution Approaches to Dissect and to Modify Neuronal Network Activities

Antal Berenyi

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11:30 AM - SM06.01.03
Large Scale Integrated Organic Devices for High-Resolution Electrocorticography of the Human Brain

Dion Khodagholy1

Columbia University1

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SM06.02: Relevant In Vivo Technology—Approaching Clinical I
Session Chairs
Mohammad Reza Abidian
Adam Williamson
Tuesday PM, April 03, 2018
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 A

1:30 PM - SM06.02.01
Organic Electronics in the Service of Brain’s Physiology and Pathology

Andrea Slezia1

Institut de Neuroscience des Systèmes1

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2:00 PM - SM06.02.02
Materials and Design for Multifuntional Brain-Injectable Sensors and Electronics

Tae-il Kim1

Sungkyunkwan Univ1

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2:30 PM -
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3:30 PM - SM06.02.03
Interfacing with the Brain Using Organic Electronics

George Malliaras1

University of Cambridge1

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4:00 PM - SM06.02.04
Clinical Translation of Electrocorticography Microelectrode Arrays

Shadi Dayeh1,Eric Halgren2,Vikash Gilja1,3,Sydney Cash4

University of California, San Diego1,Departments of Radiology and Neurosciences2,University of California San Diego3,Massachusetts General Hospital4

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4:30 PM - SM06.02.05
Electronics Fibers and Capillaries for In Vivo Neuronal Applications

Magnus Berggren1,Daniel Simon1,Eleni Stavrinidou1,Roger Gabrielsson1,Erik Gabrielsson1,Iwona Bernacka-Wojcik1,David Poxson1

Linkoping University1

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2018-04-04   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Adam Williamson, Aix-Marseille University
Antal Berenyi, University of Szeged
Rylie Green, Imperial College London
Mohammad Reza Abidian, University of Houston
SM06.03: Relevant In Vivo Technology—Non-Limited to the Central Nervous System
Session Chairs
Josef Goding
Adam Williamson
Wednesday AM, April 04, 2018
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 A

9:15 AM - SM06.03.01
Flexible Solution-Gated Graphene Field-Effect Transistor Arrays for In Vivo Recording of Neural Signals

Hebert Clement1,Eduard Masvidal2,Alejandro Suarez Perez3,Andrea Bonaccini Calia1,Gaelle Piret4,Ramon Garcia-Cortadella1,Xavi Illa2,Elena Del Corro Garcia1,Jose Cruz1,Elisabet Prats-Alfonso2,Jessica Bousquet1,Blaise Yvert4,Rosa Villa2,Maria Vives Sanchez3,Anton Guimera-Brunet2,Serge Sicaud5,Jose Antonio Garrido1

ICN21,IMB-CNM (CSIC)2,IDIBAPS3,U1205 INSERM/UJF/CHU4,Institut de la Vision5

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9:30 AM - SM06.03.02
In Vivo Applications of Electrophysiology and Optogenetics to Understand Human Cognition

Balazs Hangya1

Institute of Experimental Medicine1

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10:00 AM -
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10:30 AM -
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11:00 AM - SM06.03.04
Fiber Type Targeted In Situ Polymerized Electrodes for Peripheral Nerve Interface

Blake Johnson1,David Martin2,Kevin Otto3,Jamie Murbach3,Yuxin Tong1,Vivek Subramanian2,Shrirang Chhatre2

Virginia Tech1,University of Delaware2,University of Florida3

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11:30 AM - SM06.03.05
Organic Transistors and Engineered Neuronal Assemblies for Biomedical Applications

Sergio Martinoia1,2,Andrea Spanu3,Mariateresa Tedesco1,Piero Cosseddu3,Stefano Lai3,Annalisa Bonfiglio3

University of Genova1,CNR2,University of Cagliari3

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SM06.04: Relevant In Vivo Technology—Approaching Clinical II
Session Chairs
Wednesday PM, April 04, 2018
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 A

1:30 PM - SM06.04.01
Ultra-Low Detection Limits And Selectivity with Organic Bio-Electronic Sensors

Luisa Torsi1,Eleonora Macchia1,Kyriaki Manoli1,Gerardo Palazzo1

Univ of Bari A. Moro1

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2:00 PM - SM06.04.02
Exploring a Real Artificial Brain—Challenges and Opportunities Using a Semi-Soft Approach

Andrew Steckl1,Daewoo Han1

University of Cincinnati1

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2:15 PM - SM06.04.03
A Compact In Vivo Closed-Loop Optogenetics System Based on Transparent Graphene Microelectrodes

Xin Liu1,Yichen Lu1,Ege Iseri1,Yuhan Shi1,Duygu Kuzum1

University of California San Diego1

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2:30 PM -
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SM06.05: Late-Breaking News
Session Chairs
Wednesday PM, April 04, 2018
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 A

3:30 PM - SM06.05.01
Investigation of Intracortical Glassy Carbon Microelectrode Array Architecture for Recording of Neural Activity and In Vivo Neurotransmitter Detection

Elisa Castagnola1,2,Nasim Winchester Vahidi3,Surabhi Nimbalkar1,2,Timothy Q. Gentner3,Sam Kassegne1,2

San Diego State University1,Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering2,University of California San Diego3

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3:45 PM - SM06.05.02
Novel Neural Probes with ECoG, Intracortical Electrical Recording and Neurotransmitter Detection Capabilities

Claudia Cea1,2,Emma Maggiolini3,Elisa Castagnola1,2,Elena Zucchini3,Surabhi Nimbalkar1,2,Stefano Carli3,Davide Ricci1,2,Luciano Fadiga3,4,Sam Kassegne1,2

San Diego State University1,Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering2,Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia3,University of Ferrara4

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