Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Paweł Hottowy, dr inż.

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Wydział Fizyki i Informatyki Stosowanej
WFiIS-kod, Katedra Oddziaływań i Detekcji Cząstek

[dyscyplina wiodąca] dziedzina nauk ścisłych i przyrodniczych / nauki fizyczne

[dyscyplina dodatkowa] dziedzina nauk inżynieryjno-technicznych / inżynieria biomedyczna (50%)


[poprzednia klasyfikacja] obszar nauk ścisłych / dziedzina nauk fizycznych / fizyka


Identyfikatory Autora Informacje o Autorze w systemach zewnętrznych

ORCID: 0000-0002-7592-2195

ResearcherID: brak

Scopus: 6507358095

PBN: 900733

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)





Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 58, z ogólnej liczby 61 publikacji Autora


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  • 512-electrode MEA system for spatio-temporal distributed stimulation and recording of neural activity
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  • Activation of ganglion cells and axon bundles using epiretinal electrical stimulation
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  • An integrated multichannel waveform generator for large-scale spatio-temporal stimulation of neural tissue
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  • An MEA-based system for multichannel, low artifact simulation and recording of neural activity
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  • Axon activation with focal epiretinal stimulation in primate retina
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  • A 0.0046 $mm^{2}$ low-distortion CMOS neural preamplifier for large-scale neuroelectronic interfaces
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  • A multichannel ASIC for stimulation of live neural tissue – analysis of stimulation artifacts and design considerations
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  • Cancellation of the stimulation artifacts by stimulus-dependent nanoampere correction pulses
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  • Changes in physiological properties of rat ganglion cells during retinal degeneration
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  • Computational methods for large-scale MEA studies of functional connectivity in brain slice preparations in-vitro
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  • Dense arrays of micro-needles for recording and electrical stimulation of neural activity in acute brain slices
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  • Design and test of pseudo-random counters and control logic for a multichannel mixed-mode IC for readout of silicon strip detectors
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  • Design of a multichannel ASIC for large scale spatio-temporal distributed simulation of neural tissue
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  • Development of integrated circuits for readout of microelectrode arrays to image neuronal activity in live retinal tissue
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  • Development of integrated circuits for readout of microelectrode arrays to image neuronal activity in live retinal tissue
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  • Electrical stimulation of mammalian retinal ganglion cells using dense arrays of small-diameter electrodes
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  • Electrical stimulation of mammalian retinal ganglion cells with multielectrode arrays
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  • Electrical stimulus artifact cancellation and neural spike detection on large multi-electrode arrays
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  • Epiretinal stimulation with local returns enhances selectivity at cellular resolution
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  • Focal electrical stimulation of major ganglion cell types in the primate retina for the design of visual prostheses
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  • Functional characterization of the mouse retina through large-scale multielectrode recording
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  • High-degree neurons feed cortical computations
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  • High-density micro-needles for in vitro neural studies