The NeuroElectronics lab at the University of Minnesota develops miniaturized bioelectronics for neural recording, stimulation, and signal processing. Our current research includes
- Bidirectional Neural Communication & Closed-Loop Neuromodulation
- Autonomic & Peripheral Neural Recording and Neuromodulation
- Simultaneous Electrophysiological Recording and MRI Imaging
- Large-Scale Neural Recording & VLSI Neural Data Compression Signal Processing
We collaborate multiple research groups and companies to translate our research into next generation neuroscience research tools and implantable clinical systems.