Device design for brain-machine interface and portable medical diagnostics - Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Bioelectronics research group seeks to apply advanced engineering techniques to enhance the capability of brain-machine interface, the throughput of parallelized biosensors, and the accessibility of portable medical diagnostics.

Project Dates

Start Date: 1/1/2023 - End Date: 4/27/2023

Students Needed

Type of Project

Team or Individual

Student Responsibilities

We have three core research projects:

  1. Brain-machine interface device development
  2. Single-cell electrophysiology instrumentation
  3. Portable medical diagnostics
The researcher will be assigned to one of the projects based on their interest and work on design, fabrication, and testing of these devices. We have active collaborations with neuroscience and infectious disease research groups at the College of Medicine, and also with neurosurgeons at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville. The device we develop will be tested with our collaborators.

Time Commitment

10 hour(s)

Student Requirements

Strong interest and motivation to work in a research laboratory Crafty person with hard work ethic is encouraged to apply.

Interested in Working With the Following Programs

For EXCEL URE Students Only

Additional Notes

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Position Overview

  • Date Posted: 08-22-2017
  • Location:
    • Lake Nona
  • Paid: Maybe