Isha Gupta

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Advanced brain-chip interfaces with numerous recording sites bear great potential for investigation of neuroprosthetic applications. The bottleneck towards achieving an efficient bio-electronic link is the real-time processing of neuronal signals, which imposes excessive requirements on bandwidth, energy and computation capacity. Here we present a unique(More)
these spatial limits of the solid state. Presently, one of the most fl ourishing research fi elds and at the same time one of the major challenges faced by contemporary solid state science and technology has been in designing, understanding, and controlling the properties of engineered nanostructures and functional nanomaterials (e.g., oxides). [ 1 ] The(More)
Recently a novel neuronal activity sensor exploiting the intrinsic thresholded integrator capabilities of memristor devices has been proposed. Extracellular potentials captured by a standard bio-signal acquisition platform are fed into a memristive device which reacts to the input by changing its resistive state (RS) only when the signal ampitude exceeds a(More)
The advent of advanced neuronal interfaces offers great promise for linking brain functions to electronics. A major bottleneck in achieving this is real-time processing of big data that imposes excessive requirements on bandwidth, energy and computation capacity; limiting the overall number of bio-electronic links. Here, we present a novel monitoring system(More)
EGP and IGP are the key components of the present internet infrastructure. Routers in a domain forward IP packet within and between domains. Each domain uses an intra-domain routing protocol known as Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) like IS-IS, OSPF, RIP etc to populate the routing tables of its routers. Routing information must also be exchanged between(More)
Isha Gupta, Alexantrou Serb, Ali Khiat, Ralf Zeitler, Stefano Vassanelli, Themistoklis Prodromakis. Department of Electronics and Computer Science, Faculty of Physical Science and Engineering, University of Southampton, University Road, SO17 1BJ, Southampton, United Kingdom. Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Heisenbergstr,3,70569 Stuttgart,(More)
Electrophysiological techniques have improved substantially over the past years to the point that neuroprosthetics applications are becoming viable . This evolution has been fuelled by the advancement of implantable microelectrode technologies that have followed their own version of Moore’s scaling law. Similarly to electronics, however, excessive(More)