Jorg Scholvin[Email: scholvin, followed by @media.mit.edu]
Jorg obtained a Ph.D. at MIT, studying the potential of different semiconductor technologies for high frequency power applications. Before, he studied electrical engineering and computer science as an undergraduate at MIT, assisting with a diversity of analog device and microfabrication projects. He now is working on novel microfabricated architectures for interfacing to the brain.
Rodriques, S.G.*, Marblestone, A.H*, Scholvin, J., Dapello, J., Sarkar, D., Mankin, M., Gao, R., Wood, L., and Boyden, E.S. (2016) Multiplexed neural recording along a single optical fiber via optical reflectometry, Journal of Biomedical Optics 21(5):057003. (*, co-first authors)
Kinney, J.P., Bernstein, J.G., Meyer, A.J., Barber, J.B., Bolivar, M., Newbold, B., Scholvin, J., Moore-Kochlacs, C., Wentz, C.T., Kopell, N.J., Boyden, E.S. (2015) A direct-to-drive neural data acquisition system, Frontiers in Neural Circuits 9:46.
Scholvin, J., Kinney, J. P., Bernstein, J. G., Moore-Kochlacs, C., Kopell, N., Fonstad, C.G., Boyden, E. S. (2016) Close-Packed Silicon Microelectrodes for Scalable Spatially Oversampled Neural Recording, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 63(1):120-30.
Zorzos, A. N., Scholvin, J., Boyden, E. S.*, Fonstad, C. G. (2012) Three-dimensional multiwaveguide probe array for light delivery to distributed brain circuits, Optics Letters 37(23):4841-4843. (* corresponding author)