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TG.02 - Tutorial G: Integrating Biomaterials into Organic Electronics and Interfacing Organic Electronics with Biological Systems
Part 2: Interfacing Organic Electronics with Biological Systems  
December 2, 2013   8:30am - 12:00pm

Part II of the tutorial described the chemical structure of electronically and ionically active materials that are of interest for integrating inorganic metal and semiconductor components with soft living tissue. The use of electrochemical deposition and characterization methods were discussed, as well as techniques for examining the physical, chemical and morphological details of these materials. Examples of their utility in a variety of current biomedical devices were described, including applications that involve both tissue stimulation and recording.

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