Futures in Biotech 55

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Futures in Biotech
Episode 55


Futures in Biotech 55: Ultra Low Power Bioelectronics - PART II

Dr. Sarpeshkar talks about how to improve electronic systems using biologically inspired design.

Guests

Guest Host: Justin Sanchez, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Neuroscience, and Biomedical Engineering, Neuroprosthetics Research Group, University of Florida

Guest: Rahul Sarpeshkar, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Topics

  • Overview of ultra low power electronics
  • Neuromorphic electronics: electronics inspired by neurobiology.
  • ‘Cytomorphic electronics’, the novel form of electronics introduced in the book, which is electronics inspired by cell biology. It leverages off the deep connections between the equations of chemistry and the equations of electronics introduced in the book.
  • Energy harvesting and the future of energy.

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  • Edited by: Erik
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