Dr. Robert W. Newcomb
Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
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Developing an artificial "silicon" eye
based on principles of optics and neural integration in the lobster visual system.
- Developing VLSI representations of realistic neural models
based on the SYNETSIM modeling program.
- Modeling biochemistry of peptide hormone processing
- see: Hartline, D.K., Newcomb, R.Wh. and Newcomb, R.Wa. (1995) "Simulation of peptide prohormone
processing and peptidergic granule transport and release in neurosecretory cells" in Johnson, M.L.,
Veldhuis, J.D. and Conn, P.M., eds., Methods in Neurosciences28: Quantitative
Neuroendocrinology, Academic Press, Orlando pp 244-269.
To access our collaborator on the silicon lobster-eye project, Dr. Mona E. Zaghloul, of the
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.,
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