Interview published in C2W magazine

In C2W magazine an interview with Yoeri about our research on organic neuromorphic materials was published. C2W is a platform for Chemistry and Chemists. Find the interview (in Dutch) here: https://www.c2w.nl/artikelen/interviews/biologisch-signaal-stuurt-kunstmatig-systeem

Radio interviews on recent work in Nature Materials

Yoeri was recently interviewed on national radio for the recently published work in Nature Materials.  The interview (in Dutch) on BNR Newsradio can be listened to here: https://www.bnr.nl/podcast/wetenschap-vandaag/10412979/onderzoekers-laten-kunstmatige-synaps-praten-met-levende-cellen And a mention on NPO Radio 2 here: https://portal.rtvmonitor.nl/#

News and View paper published in Nature Materials

Yoeri’s paper “Lowering the threshold for bioelectronics” was published in Nature Materials. The News and View article highlights the work by Dion Khodagholy and collegues at Columbia University who have developed a high-speed, high-gain enhancement-mode ion-gated transistor that shows promise for low-power chronically implanted bioelectronic systems. See: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41563-020-0623-x  Read the paper Read more…

E-MRS Symposium on Neuro-inspired information processing

Together with Paschalis Gkoupidenis from the Max Planck institute in Mainz, we are organising a symposium at EMRS Spring Meeting in Strasbourg 2020, covering neuromorphic engineering and devices, all the way to bio-inspired sensing and bioelectronics. The symposium has a great line-up of confirmed speakers. For more details see: https://www.european-mrs.com/neuro-inspired-information-processing-novel-materials-concepts-neuromorphic-computing-local

Festival della Scienza Italia

Together with Francesca Santoro, Yoeri van de Burgt gave a lecture in Genova for the Festival of Science (Festival della Scienza). This festival is open to the public and topics vary from planets and astronomy to artificial intelligence and brain-machine interfacing, which was also the topic of their talk.