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Welcome to the Center for Neural Engineering

The Penn State Center for Neural Engineering (CNE) is a large, interdisciplinary research group that brings together neural engineering-focused researchers from the Penn State College of Engineering, the College of Medicine, the Materials Research Institute, and the Eberly College of Science. Chartered in June 2007, the center occupies 22,000 square feet of space in the Millennium Science Complex.

Research within the CNE spans theoretical, computational, experimental, clinical, and instrumentation pursuits applied to the human nervous system from the single cell to the entire human brain. Researchers focus their studies on a variety of topics, such as the origins and dynamics of epilepsy, epidemiology, neurovascular coupling, origins of birdsong, physics of transport though brain, materials development, the substrate and dynamics of brain function and computation, and more. Learn more about the center »

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About

The Penn State Center for Neural Engineering is a large, interdisciplinary research group that brings together neural engineering-focused researchers from the Penn State College of Engineering, the College of Medicine, the Materials Research Institute, and the Eberly College of Science. Chartered in June 2007, the center occupies 22,000 square feet of space in the Millennium Science Complex.

Center for Neural Engineering

Millennium Science Complex

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802