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The practical use for stretchable silicon might not seem immediately obvious to the average person, but Hui Fang, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, says there are a number of useful applications for electronics with elasticity. Fang is the principal investigator of a $470K National Science Foundation (NSF) grant in collaboration with Oklahoma State […]
Assistant Professor Hui Fang, electrical and computer engineering, says that in order to truly understand the human brain, researchers need to be able to map much larger areas of the electrical activities in the brain than what’s currently possible. Given how complex the brain is, just examining a small region isn’t enough to truly grasp […]
ECE Assistant Professor Hui Fang has been awarded a $500K NSF CAREER Award for his Transforming Neural Interfaces Using Stretchable, Transparent, Multifunctional Nanomesh Microelectrodes project. The award starts in 2019 and will run for five years.
ECE Assistant Professor was featured in the Physics World article “Transparent microelectrodes improve brain activity mapping”.
ECE Assistant Professor Hui Fang and a team of neuroscientists from Boston Children’s Hospital have developed a transparent array of microelectrodes on nano-mesh to monitor the impulses sent by the brain.
The Center for STEM Education kicked off its 2017 Young Scholars Program on June 26, 2017, with 26 budding scientists and engineers from high schools at a variety of cities and towns in the Greater Boston area.