Horacio Londono Ramirez

Horacio 300 340 C1
PhD Student

Haesler lab

Email: Horacio.LondonoRamirez@nerf.be

  • Started at NERF: 01/11/2016

Flexible electronics for interfacing with the brain

Current electrocorticography (ECoG) arrays are based on passive technologies, having a reduced electrode count and generally low spatial resolution, which heavily under-samples cortical areas and provides a limited coverage of the brain. Microfabrication technologies, specifically thin-film electronics, provide a way to overcome this by integrating active electronics components, such as transistors, into large-area flexible substrates.

At NERF, we are currently working on active, flexible, µECoG based on thin-film electronics for high density neural recording.

2016 Erasmus Mundus Master in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, KU Leuven & TU Dresden
2013 Bachelor in Electronics Engineer, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya