BIO-L2: Medical Sensors and Amplifiers

Session Type: Lecture
Time: Wednesday, May 26, 11:15 - 12:45
Location: Port Alberni
Co-Chairs: Wael Badawy, University of Calgary and Tor Sverre Lande, University of Oslo
 
BIO-L2.1: A LOW NOISE CMOS AMPLIFIER FOR ENG SIGNALS
         Arantxa Uranga; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
         Natalia Lago; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
         Xavier Navarro; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
         Nuria Barniol; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
 
BIO-L2.2: INTEGRATED MULTI-ELECTRODE FLUIDIC NITRIC-OXIDE SENSOR AND VLSI POTENTIOSTAT ARRAY
         Mihir Naware; Johns Hopkins University
         Abhishek Rege; Johns Hopkins University
         Roman Genov; University of Toronto
         Milutin Stanacevic; Johns Hopkins University
         Gert Cauwenberghs; Johns Hopkins University
         Nitish Thakor; Johns Hopkins University
 
BIO-L2.3: A LOW-POWER CMOS NEURAL AMPLIFIER WITH AMPLITUDE MEASUREMENTS FOR SPIKE SORTING
         Timothy K. Horiuchi; University of Maryland
         Thomas Swindell; University of Maryland
         David Sander; Pennsylvania State University
         Pamela Abshire; University of Maryland
 
BIO-L2.4: LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER FOR RECORDING ENG SIGNALS IN IMPLANTABLE SYSTEMS
         Jordi Sacristán; CNM-IMB
         M Teresa Osés; CNM-IMB
 
BIO-L2.5: A LOW-POWER IMPLANTABLE PSEUDO-BJT-BASED SILICON RETINA WITH SOLAR CELLS FOR ARTIFICIAL RETINAL PROSTHESES
         Chung-Yu Wu; National Chiao Tung University
         Felice Cheng; National Chiao Tung University
         Cheng-Ta Chiang; National Chiao Tung University
         Po-Kang Lin; Taipei Veterans General Hospital
 

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