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Swayam

Introductory Neuroscience & Neuro-Instrumentation

Indian Institute of Technology Bangalore , NPTEL and Indian Institute of Science Bangalore via Swayam

Overview

This course is a systems, design-oriented course aimed to provide exposure to Neuroscience and its importance in the real world. Neuroscience and Neuro- Instrumentation are popular research areas and this course is an introduction to both. The emphasis is on Electro-physiology with an introduction to standard Biological Stimulators and signal conditioning circuits. Expected course outcomes: • Introduction to EEG and Event-Related Potentials (ERPs). • Introduction to Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) and its applications. • Applications using ERPs to screen for disorders of Cognition. • Introduction to ERP stimulators and signal conditioning circuits. • Demonstration of EEGLab and ERPLab for EEG and ERP signal processingINTENDED AUDIENCE :Engineering Students, Faculty from Engineering Colleges, Medical StudentsPREREQUISITES :Basic ElectronicsINDUSTRIES SUPPORT :None

Syllabus

Week 1: Introduction to Neurophysiology, Basic Operation of Human BrainWeek 2: EEG introduction, EEG recording systems, Understanding EEG waveforms, Applications of EEG analysisWeek 3: Epilepsy a classic Neurophysiological disorder, Types of Epilepsy, Role of EEG Signal Processing for Epilepsy Classification/ ScreeningWeek 4: Signal Conditioning for EEG and ECG signal processing with demonstration of ECG signal processing circuitsWeek 5: Cortical Auditory Event Potential (CAEP), Different Event Related Potentials and their applications: MMN and P300.Week 6: EEGLAB and ERPLAB Signal Processing Demo using MATLABWeek 7: Brain Computer Interface: Introduction, Applications, Existing BCI SensorsWeek 8: Electrophysiology Techniques for BCI: Technologies of BCI kits, Recording Brain Waves In humans and animals, “Touching” Infrared, Epidermal ElectrodesWeek 9: Completing the BCI Loop in Humans without Neurosurgery: Designing Magnetic stimulatorsWeek 10:Invasive Techniques to acquire neurological signals, Types of implants and signal conditioning systemsWeek 11:Tetrodes Fabrication, Microneedle Fabrication, Implanting Tetrodes and microneedles on a rat modelWeek 12:Design and Fabrication of Closed Loop Rat Training System, Signal acquisition and post-processing

Taught by

Prof. Mahesh Jayachandra

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