The Center for Innovative Brain Machine Interfaces invites all interested students to an intensive week exploring all aspects of brain machine interfaces with world renowned scientists and engineers and biomedical industry experts.
Learn Theoretical Concepts and gain Hands-on Lab Experience
Signal processing low power electronics
Data Collection and System Issues
What is an industrial prototype?
What is a business plan?
How do I find investors?
For more information, please contact:
University of Florida
Jose Principe, Director, Computational NeuroEngineering Laboratory
Justin Sanchez, Director, Neuroprosthetics Research Group
Erik Sander, Director, Industry Programs
Florida International University:
Armando Barreto, Director, Signal Processing Laboratory
This workshop is hosted by the UF Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering / Computational NeuroEngineering Laboratory, the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Florida International University. Funded by NSF Award No. 0650161 as part of NSF's Partnerships for Innovation initiative.