Ines Muguet and Aziliz Lecomte from Guilhem Larrieu’s team had the opportunity to present work from the NEUREKA project on nanowires-based electrodes and the neuron-nanowire interaction at the National Nanowire Days (J2N 2022) in Nice France, 28-30 September 2022.
Urs Frey is one of the five main NEUREKA project partners and has recently been invited to provide a talk on “Assessing Neuronal Function In Vitro using High-density Microelectrode Arrays” at the denovo Seminar – iPSC expansion and application: Current models and technologies on 28 September 2022 at the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, Germany.
Guilhem Larrieu, one of the five main NEUREKA project partners, has been invited to provide a talk on NEA technology at the Solid State Devices and Materials (SSDM) 54th annual conference in Shiba, Japan this September.
Welcome to our first online NEUREKA consortium principal investigators (PI) interviews! This will be the first interview of several to come, where we ask each of the main partners from the NEUREKA consortium to tell us a little bit about their expertise and contribution towards this multi-national, multi-institutional project.
26-29 June, 2022 – Professor Marco Fanciulli’s lab presented “Plasma-assisted ALD of iro2 for neuroelectronic applications” at the 22nd International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition in Gent, Belgium.
23-26 May 2022 – Professor Panayiota Poirazi’s lab presented a poster titled “NEUREKA: A smart, hybrid neural-silico-computo device for drug discovery” at the EMBO Workshop on Dendrites in Heraklion, Greece.
17-16 May, 2022 – Professor Stefano Vassanelli’s lab presented a poster titled “Alzheimer’s Disease: a new perspective for a brain-on-a-chip model” at the 4th International Conference on Stem Cells, Development and Cancer in Lyon, France