Lucas H. Hess

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The development of the future generation of neuroprosthetic devices will require the advancement of novel solid-state sensors with a further improvement in the signal detection capability, a superior stability in biological environments, and a more suitable compatibility with living tissue. Due to the maturity of Si technology, Si-based MOSFETs have been(More)
The direct electrical interfacing of graphene-based devices with individual neurons is currently being considered for the development of the next generation of neuroprosthetic devices. Electrical stimulation of neurons can be carried out by voltage-sensitive transmembrane proteins called ion channels embedded in the cell membrane. By modulating the outer(More)
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