Georgia Tech coverage of the results of the TDS clinical study: Tongue Drive Wheelchair
Shepherd Center coverage of the results of the TDS clinical study: Tongue Piercing Put to Medical Use
Washington Post coverage of the results of the TDS clinical study: Tongue pierce lets the paralyzed drive wheelchairs
BBC coverage of the results of the TDS clinical study: Body piercing controls wheelchair
Radio Interview: BBC World Business Report
Results of the TDS clinical study is published in Science Translational Medicine (Impact factor > 10).
Abner's proposal was accepted to the Wireless RERC’s App Factory on design and development for a proportionally tongue-controlled mouse. Congratulations Abner!
Hyung-Min's paper titled “A Power-Efficient Switched-Capacitor Stimulating System for Electrical/Optical Deep Brain Stimulation” was accepted for presentation at ISSCC 2014. ISSCC is the flagship of IEEE conference in solid-state circuits design and system-on-a-chip. The paper was ranked 2nd among all bio-related papers and 5th in all the papers submitted to the IMMD subcommittee. Congratulations Hyung-Min!
Shurjo was awarded PURA (President's Undergraduate Research Award) for Fall 2013 from the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. Congratulations Shurjo!
Hyung-Min and Hangue's paper was accepted to IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits.
Mallika and Jessica won ORS's People's Choice Research Award. Jessica also won the Outstanding Service Award. Congratulations!
Mehdi's paper was accepted to IEEE Trans. Circuits Syst. II.
Mehdi passed his PhD proposal.
Xueliang's , et al., journal paper accepted for publication in IEEE TNSRE.
Hangue's 3rd journal paper was accepted for publication in ALOG.
Seung-Bae's , et al., journal paper accepted for publication in IEEE TBME.
Hangue and Jeonghee won Best Demo at the 2012 IEEE BioCAS Conference. Congratulations!
Watch Dr. Ghovanloo's 2012 TEDx Peachtree talk!
Dr. Ghovanloo and Dr. Huo had one of the most cited papers in the Journal of Neural Engineering in 2010!