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||The participants will work on presentations and scientific reports about recent literature from the field of bioelectronics and cell-chip coupling with a focus on neuroelectronic applications. In the beginning of the course, the students will be assigned an up-to-date topic within this field. Together with their tutor, the students will then screen the literature to identify the fundamental topics and concepts necessary to understand the content and impact of the given publication. Subsequently, the students will work out a presentation and a report to summarize these results to the other participants of the class. Finally, together with the tutors and the class, the presentation will be discussed in terms of content and technical aspects. Lastly, the students will finalize their reports following the code of conduct (text must be written by the student and citations must be clearly marked).
Current literature from the fields of bio- and neuroelectronics including
• Cell-chip interfaces
• Stimulation and recording technologies
• Patterning of cellular networks
• Electrochemical mapping of neuronal activity