|Workshop on Semiconductor Concepts from
Synthetic Biology (SemiSynBio), Boston, USA, February 22-23, 2013
"Living battery - biofuel cells operating in vivo"
Presentation (10 Mb file)
|IEEE Symposium Series on Computational
Intelligence - SSCI 2011, Paris, France
April 11-15, 2011
Symposium: Merging Fields of Computational Intelligence and Sensor Technology
Evgeny Katz, Vladimir Privman and Joseph Wang
"Biomolecular Information Processing Systems: Design, Optimization and Applications" (invited keynote lecture)
March 13-18, 2011
|Evgeny Katz, "Smart"
Controlled by Biocomputing Systems (invited
Abstract - Presentation (18 Mb file)
"Bioelectronics: From Novel Concepts to Practical Applications" (invited
Prof. Evgeny Katz gave a lecture on "Implantable Bioelectronics" for the SOAR educational program.
SOAR is a member-directed learning group, sponsored locally by SUNY Potsdam through the Center for Lifelong Education and Recreation (CLEAR). SOAR is also one of almost 400 such lifelong learning groups affiliated with the Elderhostel Institute Network. The 350+ members of SOAR are “Third Age” adults, post-family and career people who are actively enjoying their lives. SOAR members are inquisitive, energetic and creative. They enjoy intellectual stimulation, hands-on activities, going places, and good fellowship. SOAR members love learning just for the sake of learning, and they love sharing what they know.
SOAR employs just one part-time staff person. Everyone else - board and committee members, course presenters, classroom ambassadors, office helpers, and many others - is a volunteer.
Video - the beginning of the lecture.