Charles M Greenspon
Biomimetic multi-channel ICMS conveys high resolution force feedback for bionic hands.
In this paper we show that you can quintuple the number of perceived discriminable levels available for force feedback when using multi-channel biomimetic stimulation in comarison to classical linear single-channel approaches.
Sensory computations in the cuneate nucleus of macaques
For the first time we record the responses of cuneate neurons in non-human primates and show that, unlike commonly thought, cuneate neurons perform a significant number of the computations currently attributed to cortical neurons.
Effect of scanning speed on texture-elicited vibrations
Using a laser doppler vibrometer we examine the minute vibrations of the skin as it interacts with common textures across the range of natural speeds. We find that the magnitude and frequency composition of these vibrations can be modelled on a subject specific basis by warping the vibrations in frequency space.
PhD - Neuroscience
University of Nottingham
BSc - Biology
University of Warwick