CNEL Alumnus: Christy RogersFormer student webpage:
I was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida and received my BSEE from UNF in May of 2002, my MS from UF in 2004 and my PhD from UF in 2007. I worked on my PhD under the direction of Dr. Harris with the support of a National Science Foundation Fellowship and UF presidential fellowship. I got married after graduation and changed my name to Christy She. I now work on analog IP development for low-power DSP’s at Texas Instruments in Dallas, TX.
|My Research Interests|
I was a member of the Brain Machine Interface (BMI) project. My role was to design and implement analog VLSI hardware to perform spike feature extraction and/or detection in extracellular neural recordings.
To design a low power analog neural spike feature extractor and/or detector.
|1||Christy Leigh Rogers,"ULTRA-LOW POWER ANALOG CIRCUITS FOR SPIKE FEATURE EXTRACTION AND DETECTION FROM EXTRACELLULAR NEURAL RECORDINGS", May 2007, University of Florida.(author PDF)|
|1||Christy L. Rogers, John G. Harris, Jose C. Principe, Justin C. Sanchez, "A Pulse-based feature extractor for spike sorting neural signals", Neural Engineering Informatics, pp. 490-493, May 2007 (author PDF) |
|2||Christy L. Rogers, John G. Harris, Jose C. Principe, and Justin C. Sanchez, "AN ANALOG VLSI IMPLEMENTATION OF A MULTI-SCALE SPIKE DETECTION ALGORITHM FOR EXTRACELLULAR NEURAL RECORDINGS", IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference, pp. 213-216, Mar. 2005 (author PDF) |
|3||Christy L. Rogers and John G. Harris, "A low-power analog spike detector for extracellular neural recordings", IEEE Intl. Conf. on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, pp. 290-293, Dec. 2004 (author PDF) |
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