In the Neuroelectronic Recording and Processing (NRP) micro-credential you will learn about state-of-the-art neurotechnology devices that are capable of recording from the nervous system and using the information for consumer or clinical purposes. You will learn about the types of electrical brain signals that can be recorded across spatial scales and regions in the brain, how electrodes can be used to capture these signals, how to clean up and digitize the signals, and how to process them computationally.
Neural Recording Technology Overview: Immerse yourself in understanding brain signals across various spatial scales and regions, exploring neuroelectronic recording device architecture, and getting up-to-date with state-of-the-art neuroelectronic recording devices. This module will equip you with a comprehensive understanding of the landscape of neural recording technology.
Electrode-Tissue Interface: Gain a holistic view of the electrode-tissue interface, as you delve into signal theory essentials and electronic engineering essentials. Prepare for a deep dive into the electrode-tissue interface, unraveling its intricacies and importance in neural recording.
Cleaning Up and Digitizing Brain Signals: Understand the role of device electronics and noise, master the art of signal filtering and amplification, and learn the process of analog to digital conversion. Explore digital signal conditioning to ensure the highest quality of brain signals for further processing and analysis.
Neural Signal Processing: Begin with an introduction to digital signal processing in both offline and online contexts. Learn the fundamentals of time-frequency analysis, delve into biomarker computation, and master the techniques of single-unit signal processing. Wrap up this module with robust data management strategies, essential for any neurotech professional.
Pricing (in Canadian Dollars, inclusive of taxes)
Canadian Student = CAD$ 384.00
Non-Canadian Student = CAD$ 510.00
Canadian Non-Student (e.g., Industry) = CAD$ 767
Non-Canadian, Non-Student (e.g., Industry) = CAD$ 849