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High-resolution Artificial Retina Project in SIAT-CAS
Tianzhun Wu
2016
Conference NameOptofluidics2016
Conference PlaceBeijing
AbstractSince 2013 Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has introduced an innovation team aiming at the R&D and commercialization of the next-generation artificial retina, led by Prof. Mark S. Humayun and supported by Guangdong Province and Shenzhen City in China. Based on the previous successful experiences in epi-retinal implants, this team is developing the artificial retinal product with more than 100 pixels aiming at CFDA approval, as well as the prototype system with more than 1000 pixels. In this talk, major progress of implanted microsystems will be shown including the development and testing of flexible micro electrode array (100+ and 1000+ channels), electroplating, surface engineering using novel biomaterials and high-density hermetical packages. Our experimental results have shown that tuning neural-machine interface is critical for effective and precise stimulation, which can be achieved by using MEMS and various surface engineering for electrodes, substrate materials and package joining.
Department医工所微纳系统与仿生医学研究中心
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Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.siat.ac.cn:8080/handle/172644/10591
Collection医工所
Affiliation2016
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Tianzhun Wu. High-resolution Artificial Retina Project in SIAT-CAS[C],2016.
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