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On April 14, 2015, Multi Channel Systems together with the Natural and Medical Sciences Institute (NMI) held a workshop on the new CMOS-MEA5000-System.
Interested researchers from all over Europe came to Reutlingen to learn about the CMOS-technology and its capabilities and to see live experiments in the labs of the NMI.
In the morning, Günther Zeck, group leader of the Neurochip research group at the NMI, presented the CMOS-technology, how it has developped in the past, and explained, what is possible today.
In small groups, the participants then went to the labs of the NMI and saw live recordings and stimulation of retina preparations and neuronal cell cultures.
A session on the CMOS-MEA-Control software concluded the official part of the workshop, showing ways to analyze data from 4225 channels.
As it was a sunny day, we ended the informative workshop with in a beer garden with traditional swabian food and drinks.
We hope that the participants returned to their labs with new ideas for their research and a better knowledge of the CMOS technology and its capabilities.