NEWS
02/15/2017 -Ege’s paper is accepted to Journal of Neural Engineering

01/18/2017 -Yichen and Aansh are selected as UCSD Frontiers of Innovation Scholars.  

09/19/2016 -Yichen’s paper on porous graphene for cortical microstimulation is published in Scientific Reports.  

08/15/2016 - Xin presented his work on graphene neural interfaces for artifact-free optogenetics at IEEE EMBC, Orlando, FL.



04/20/2016 - Our co-first author paper on bioresorbable implants published in Nature Materials.



03/04/2016 - Dr Kuzum wins ONR Young Investigator Award (YIP). 

02/03/2016 - Our group received UCSD Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Fellowship. Congrats!

12/15/2015 - A recent article reviewing our work: “Clearly, graphene is the new gold!” is published in Epilepsy Currents.

12/15/2015 - Dr Kuzum gave an invited talk at American Epilepsy Society Meeting. 

11/01/2015 - UCSD Neuroelectronics Group was born! 

10/20/2014 - Our transparent graphene electrodes are featured at Penn Medicine  News.

10/20/2014 - Graphene touches brain to solve mysteries of neural circuits: my paper from Penn just got published in Nature Communications.

08/19/2014 - Dr Kuzum has been selected for TR35 by MIT Technology Review.


  

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Welcome to UCSD Neuroelectronics Lab

We are always looking for talented and motivated students and postdocs with strong backgrounds in engineering and interest for research at the interface of nanoelectronics and brain !!!