Unformatted text preview: of the topic. This is to be distributed to the class for reading, perhaps by reference to electronically accessible materials. 2. Begin research into other materials, including at least one current (last three years) research paper on the topic. 3. Prepare presentation for class, to last 20 minutes, with questions to follow. Use powerpoint. Consult with Prof. Wheeler on presentation. 4. Write two related term papers: each on a subtopic of the major topic. The term paper should be quite focused on a particular development in the field. I would rather have more depth than breadth. Suggestion: Peruse the presentations available at the IEEE EMBS Grand Challenges in Neuroengineering Forum http://www.gcbme10.org/...
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- Spring '08
- Signal Processing, neuroprosthetics, Functional Electrical Stimulation, Brain Machine Interface