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Paper   IPM / Cognitive Sciences / 13336
School of Cognitive Sciences
  Title:   Implantable Microsystems for High-Resolution Interfacing to the Brain
  Author(s):  A.M. Sodagar
  Status:   Published
  Journal: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (BCN, Publication of Tehran University of Medical Sciences)
  Vol.:  4
  Year:  2013
  Pages:   4-5
  Supported by:  IPM
lmost a decade after the invention of the first semiconductor transistor in 1948, it took the revolutionary technology almost a decade to evolve from producing single devices to integrating only a few transistors as the first integrated circuit (IC) in 1958. Since then, integrated circuits have been in continuous progress for more than half a century as predicted by the well-known Moore’s law. While integrated circuits still continue their progress with the same exponential pace, it is almost a decade that a new branch of science and technology has emerged, known as integrated microsystems. This can be taken as the natural technological evolution from individual circuit chips and non-circuit modules to complete systems with small physical dimensions and light weight. Integrated microsystems have opened windows of hope to providing efficient solutions to some of the problems that have not been resolvable by any other means whatsoever.

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