We are a best-in-class group of global
experts forming a synergistic Center
We believe there is no one single institution capable of tackling the greatest scientific, engineering, and social challenge of our time — understanding the human brain. That’s why we formed an alliance of best-in-class experts. Together, we are working to restore impaired cognitive and sensorimotor abilities as a result of neurological disorders or aging.
Revolutionize how we restore brain function for the benefit of patients suffering from neurological disorders and brain injuries.
Latest updates from the CNE
Metamodal Coupling of Vibrotactile and Auditory Speech Processing Systems Through Matched Stimulus Representations
Understanding How to Best Transform Speech into Tactile Vibrations Could Benefit Hearing-Impaired People
CNE Co-Director Max Riesenhuber to discuss “Will AI make us obsolete?” at Stanford University.
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The Center for Neuroengineering fosters a collaborative environment for brain research. Our alliance of global leaders are focused on four foundational areas of discovery.
Advance our understanding of the brain
We aim to identify which brain regions and networks mediate different cognitive and sensorimotor functions.
Accelerate the recovery of brain function
We utilize intrinsic and extrinsic mechanisms to improve methods of functional rehabilitation.
Explore urgent ethical issues
We explore ethical questions to ensure the dignity and wellbeing of patients and their loved ones.
Develop the next generation of talent
We offer student exchanges, joint summer programs, and transnational seminar series.
We are tackling neuroengineering’s most pressing scientific questions.
In dealing with new neurotechnologies, how do we ensure equity, access and justice?