Brain-Machine Interfaces: Non-invasive measurements of neural signals – May 8th, 12:30PM at The Basement
Casual Conversations with Professor Todd Coleman
Brain-Machine Interfaces: Non-invasive measurements of neural signals
May 8th, 12:30PM at The Basement
Interested in brain-machine interfaces.
Curious about faculty & student entrepreneurial endeavors.
Want to learn how to take your product to market in a cost effective way.
Discuss how Todd is helping to engage youth with creative STEM products.
RSVP via Port Triton
The Basement is located in Mandeville B202. This center launched in February and we have a unique Seekers program that allows students interested in entrepreneurism/intrapreneurism to come in an explore with like-minded individuals.
In particular, this Friday we have Professor Todd Coleman speaking in a casual brown bag lunch setting (see flyer attached). He will describe some of the amazing projects he is working on including the foldable, stretchable electrode arrays along with a “Fun Box” that allows youth to get excited about STEM careers. Students will also be able to ask him questions in a comfortable setting. Students may RSVP through Port Triton at http://career.ucsd.edu.
We look forward to meeting new entrepreneurs at The Basement. For questions, students may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the flyer: Brown Bag with Todd Coleman- 5 8 15