Imperial College London

DrRylieGreen

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Reader in Polymer Bioelectronics
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 0943rylie.green

 
 
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Location

 

2.06Bessemer BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

iBSc Journal Club - BIOE96056

Aims

The aim of the course is for students to read and discuss key journal articles relevant to the course. Students will relate their reading and research to the group projects which they will undertake through their intercalated year, e.g. exploring clinical aspects of their group project through a literature review, prior to working on developing an engineering solution to the problem.

Role

Lecturer

Brain Machine Interfaces (PG) - BIOE97075

Aims

This course introduces a technology that is no longer the domain of science fiction, but has become science and is partially used already in clinical settings: the interfacing of the human brain to electronic circuitry. The course will emphasize currently developed and used technologies such as brain-machine interfaces (e.g. for the restoration of movement and communication capabilities of paralyzed patients) and deep-brain stimulation (such as for treatment of Parkinson`s disease).

Role

Lecturer

Statistical and Computational Methods for Research - BIOE97142

Aims

This course will introduce statistically based experimental design. The aim is to provide students with tools to inform their project design, data collection and to assist in data analysis. Programming techniques will be taught using Python and Jupyter to process data, produce statstical comparisons and develop plots to a publication standard.

Role

Lecturer

Brain Machine Interfaces (UG) - BIOE97130

Aims

In this module you will be introduced to a technology that is no longer the domain of science fiction, but has become science and is partially used already in clinical settings: the interfacing of the human brain to electronic circuitry. The course will emphasize currently developed and used technologies such as brain-machine interfaces (e.g. for the restoration of movement and communication capabilities of paralyzed patients) and deep-brain stimulation (such as for treatment of Parkinson`s disease).

Role

Lecturer