Prof. Marco Fanciulli presented the work related to Neureka in the recent SURFINT-SREN (Progress in Applied Surface, Inteface and Thin Film Science – Solar Renewable Energy News) VII online conference (November 22-25)
The title of the talk was
M. Fanciulli, Electrochemical characterization of the electrolyte/metal interface in microelectrodes for neuron stimulation and recording.
In addition, Neureka participant student Andrea Pianalto of UNIMIB recently graduated cum Laude with his Master’s Degree in Physics.
The title of his Master’s Thesis is “Electrochemical Characterization of Materials for Microelectrode Arrays for Neuron Stimulation and Recording”