Faculty mentor: Blayze Ashurst
My research focused on the development of a multiplexed potentiostat capable of rapidly characterizing hundreds of electrodes. This potentiostat can greatly help produce more accurate characterizations of mass electrode arrays, which are becoming increasingly common in state of the art neuroscience experiments. The goal was to create a prototype of a multiplexed potentiostat on a custom made PCB using discrete components with help from my advisors. The project failed, but I still learned.
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