Electrical and Computer Engineering
This project presents a corrosion-resistant and high capacity implantable TiN nanotube electrode to work as a neural probe. Smaller electrode size allows for reduced tissue damage while the nanopore morphology of the TiN gives a larger surface area and stability to the electrode. The electrode offers improved biocompatibility, reduced tissue damage, reduced cost, and increased usability over time.
Bioelectrical and Neuroengineering | Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Chen, Gui and Gatti, Marcella, "Titanium Nitride Nanotube Electrode" (2019). ROEU 2018-19. 1.