Welcome to the neuroelectronics group

Electrical recording from neuronal cells.
Recording of synaptic neurotransmitter release.
A chip-based biosensor.
Printed electronics

Our group focuses on printing technologies for life science and point-of-care applications. In particular, we are interested in bioelectronic interfaces and sensor arrays for the stimulation and recording of chemical and electrical signals in neuronal networks. Our goal is to develop microfluidic biohybrid devices to investigate network-scale phenomena including cellular signal propagation, lesion response, and progressive neurodegeneration.

Our current research activities comprise:

  • On-chip cell-network lesion models
  • Signal propagation in patterned networks
  • Printed disposable sensor arrays
  • Microfluidic cell-culture techniques
  • Electrochemical biosensors
  • Nano-electrochemical interfaces, devices, and techniques

Sounds interesting?

Please contact Philipp Rinklin or Bernhard Wolfrum.