Much of our research at the Next Generation Neural Interfaces Lab is inter-/multi-disciplinary and collaborative. Through working closely with other teams of scientists and engineers we are able to tackle problems which are beyond the reach of an individual research group.

The following are some of our current collaborators:

NameInstitutionExpertise
Dr Emma Brunton Newcastle University Electrophysiology, neural prosthetics, electrode/neural interface design
Dr. Patrick Degenaar Newcastle University Neuroprosthetics, optogenetics, visual prosthetics
Prof. Nick Donaldson UCL Implanted devices, micropackaging, encapsulation
Prof. Piotr Dudek University of Manchester Mixed-signal circuit design in hybrid CMOS/ReRAM technology 
Mr Jinendra Ekanayake Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square
UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
Neurosurgery
Prof. Maysam Ghovanloo Georgia Institute of Technology Implantable microelectronic devices, wireless neural interfacing/neuroprostheses, assistive technologies and rehabilitation engineering
Prof. Andrew Jackson Newcastle University Movement neuroscience, epilepsy, neurotechnology, neural prosthetics, brain-machine interfaces
Dr Dirk Koch University of Manchester Digital circuit design in hybrid CMOS/ReRAM technology 
Prof. Tor Sverre Lande University of Oslo Ultrawideband (UWB) radar, neuromorphic electronics
Prof. Andrew Mason Michigan State University Biosensors, microfabrication, signal processing, lab-on-CMOS
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour Newcastle University Biomedical engineering, statistical and adaptive signal processing for brain- and muscle-machine interface technology
Prof. Anthony O'Neil Newcastle University Device design/microfabrication, interface engineering and heterogenious integration
Dr Christos Papavassiliou  Imperial College London Analogue/RF circuit design in hybrid CMOS/ReRAM technology 
Prof. Themis Prodromakis University of Southampton ReRAM/memristor device modelling and fabrication 
Prof. Rodrigo Quian Quiroga University of Leicester Neuroscience: visual perception and memory, spike sorting