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Slide title: NSF Engineering Research Center Biomimetic Microelectric Systems

Slide words: Develop the science and engineering of novel biomimetic microelectronic systems (BMES) based on fundamental principles of biology

Theodore Berger
University of Southern California Partners: CalTech, UC-Santa Cruz

Slide image: Illustration of a human head showing the brain containing an implant (VLSI Biomimetic Model) communicating with the hippocampus. Other labels are: long-term memory, short-term memory, Multi-Site Electrode Array, Output, Input.

Credit: University of Southern California, Doheny Eye Institute

Slide background image: A model of cells within the lateral geniculate nucleus (LCN).

Slide background credit: Greg Hood, John Burkardt and Greg Foss of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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