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2019 IEEE 9th International Nanoelectronics Conferences (INEC)

Topics of Interests (but not limited to)• Application of nanoelectronic• Low-dimensional materials• Microfluidics/Nanofluidics• Nanomagnetic materials• Carbon materials• Nanomaterials• Nanophotonics• MEMS/NEMS• Nanoelectronic• Nanomedicine• Nano Robotics• Spintronic devices• Sensor and actuators• Quality and Reliability of Nanotechnology


2019 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS)

Application, Scientific/Academic


2018 IEEE 20th Electronics Packaging Technology Conference (EPTC)

EPTC 2018 will feature keynotes, technical sessions, short courses, forums, an exhibition, social and networking activities. It aims to provide a good coverage of technology developments in all areas of electronics packaging from design to manufacturing and operation. It is a major forum for the exchange of knowledge and provides opportunities to network and meet leading experts. This year, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of EPTC, one extra day of special events will be added to the conference program.



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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE

Both general and technical articles on current technologies and methods used in biomedical and clinical engineering; societal implications of medical technologies; current news items; book reviews; patent descriptions; and correspondence. Special interest departments, students, law, clinical engineering, ethics, new products, society news, historical features and government.




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Molecular interfacing for protein molecular devices and neurodevices

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 1994

Several protein-based molecular biodevices have been made possible by the molecular interfacing technology that enables proteins to electronically communicate with the conventional electronic materials, such as metals or semiconductors. The molecular interfacing technology, however, should be extensively improved to allow for precise designs at the single-molecule level. The molecular-scale design of protein-based molecular biodevices may be accomplished by further innovation ...


Optical architectures for neuron circuits

1991., IEEE International Sympoisum on Circuits and Systems, 1991

A weight-quantized learning model which is suitable for optical implementation of neural networks is proposed. This model permits reducing the required quantized levels down to two (even for the backpropagation models) by integrating the weight changes in a continuous-valued second memory. Several optical neurodevices based on AlGaAs/GaAs systems are described. They include optical neurochips and an artificial retina. Emphasis is ...


Design and fabrication of Si-neuroprobe arrays

2010 12th Electronics Packaging Technology Conference, 2010

In this work we proposed designs and demonstrated the fabrication of silicon microprobes for neural prosthesis. Silicon probes of various sizes, cross- sectional shapes and involving different probe encapsulation bio-compatible materials such as Polyimide were fabricated. Especially, isotropically etched (for Si) probes find significant application to reduce tissue trauma during implant. Our approach of using fully CMOS compatible silicon wafer ...



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  • Molecular interfacing for protein molecular devices and neurodevices

    Several protein-based molecular biodevices have been made possible by the molecular interfacing technology that enables proteins to electronically communicate with the conventional electronic materials, such as metals or semiconductors. The molecular interfacing technology, however, should be extensively improved to allow for precise designs at the single-molecule level. The molecular-scale design of protein-based molecular biodevices may be accomplished by further innovation in molecular interfacing technology. It is also important to pursue the possibility of utilizing the self-organization of biomolecules for information processing, and to make it possible to create a molecular network-based biodevice without any preprogrammed wiring among its molecules. Major advances have recently been made in basic technology. Yet, it will take some time to construct a prototype neurodevice in which neurons are utilized as components. Further investigations should focus on the development of molecular interfaces that offer bilateral communication between neurons and conventional electronic materials.<<ETX>>

  • Optical architectures for neuron circuits

    A weight-quantized learning model which is suitable for optical implementation of neural networks is proposed. This model permits reducing the required quantized levels down to two (even for the backpropagation models) by integrating the weight changes in a continuous-valued second memory. Several optical neurodevices based on AlGaAs/GaAs systems are described. They include optical neurochips and an artificial retina. Emphasis is placed on the optical learning chip with variable synaptic interconnections, which acquires the knowledge from the real world.<<ETX>>

  • Design and fabrication of Si-neuroprobe arrays

    In this work we proposed designs and demonstrated the fabrication of silicon microprobes for neural prosthesis. Silicon probes of various sizes, cross- sectional shapes and involving different probe encapsulation bio-compatible materials such as Polyimide were fabricated. Especially, isotropically etched (for Si) probes find significant application to reduce tissue trauma during implant. Our approach of using fully CMOS compatible silicon wafer processing with 200mm diameter silicon wafers is to subsequently serve as an enabling platform for manufacture-able process leading to low cost neurodevices. Silicon probes thus fabricated were packaged in order to demonstrate the complete product cycle- “Design-to-Packaging”.



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