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SPRING 2006-2007 Seminar/Public Lecture Series
Topics in International Advanced Technology Research
 
Advanced Technologies in Bio-med Applications

April 5th through May 31st, 2007
Thursdays, 4:15 - 5:30 pm
Free to the Public
Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium (Directions)
Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher at stanford.edu)

Available to Stanford students for one-unit credit as EE 402S
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Broadcast live via SITN (Stanford Instructional Television Network)
Streaming videos available online to registered students via Stanford Online

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Schedule of Speakers

DATE

SPEAKER

TOPIC

SLIDES

04/05
Stanford panel overview:

• Prof. Paul Yock, Med School Biodesign / BioX

• Dr.Tony Ricco, Director, Space Biological Technologies Center

Dr. Craig Levin, Associate Professor (Department of Radiology), MIPS

Technology directions and challenges for bio-med applications

Professor Yock's Slides

Dr. Ricco's Slides

Dr. Craig Levin's Slides

 

04/12 Mr. Kenya Okazaki, Scientific Equipment Group, Olympus America Inc. An in vivo imaging system for small animals: Technical Challenges and Solutions.
slides (12 MB)
04/19 Jun Nakaya, Assoc. Professor, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Information Center for Medical Sciences 

An intelligent data format for robot-assisted surgery:Challenges and solutions in software control

slides
04/26 Prof. James S Harris, Stanford University Integrated Semiconductor Technologies
for In-Vivo Biomedical Diagnostics
slides (15 MB)
05/10 James Hollenhorst, Senior Director
       Intellectual Property Strategy, Agilent Laboratories
PARALLEL REVOLUTIONS:  How breakthroughs in electronicsand Biology are converging at the molecular scale slides
05/17

Prof. Nick Melosh and Prof. Yi Cui , Material Sciences Engineering, Stanford

NANOWIRES AND NANORESERVOIRS FOR BIOMED APPLICATIONS- Stanford Panel

Prof. Yi's slides

Prof. Melosh's slides

05/24 Utkan Demirci
           Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School,
           Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology
TISSUE ENGINEERING, CELL ISOLATION, HIV TESTING slides
05/31 Krishna Shenoy, Assistant Professor, Stanford EE and Neurosciences Program NEURAL PROSTHETIC SYSTEMS &
WRAP UP:  WHAT ENGINEERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BIOMED APPLICATIONS
slides
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