Introduction to neural engineering, a technology to link the nervous system and a machine. This course provides a foundation of neuroscience and also covers several update topics in neural engineering as follows: anatomy and physiology of brain/nervous system, conventional human interface, recording technique of neural signals, electrical stimulation and biological responses, cochlear implant, visual prosthesis, brain machine interface, deep brain stimulation.
Introduction to neural interface, a technology to link the nervous system and a machine. This course provides a foundation of neuroscience and also covers several update topics in neural engineering.
 Principles of Neural Science, Fourth Edition, Eric Kandel, James Schwartz, Thomas Jessell, McGraw-Hill Medical
 Essentials of Neural Science and Behavior, Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell, Appleton & Lange
 Neuroengineering, Daniel J. DiLorenzo (Editor), Joseph D. Bronzino (Editor), CRC press
 John K. Chapin, Karen A. Moxon, "Neural prostheses for restoration of sensory and motor function", CRC Press, 2001
 Visual Prosthesis and Ophthalmic Devices: New Hope in Sight, Joyce Tombran-Tink (Editor), Colin J. Barnstable (Editor), Joseph F. Rizzo (Editor), Humana Press
Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation
Attendance (50%), Presentation in class (50%), Grade point will be determined according to the quality of presentation.