|Information Resources and Organizations|
|IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems Journal – The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems Journal
Our Cadence Page – Cadence Users Group at Johns Hopkins University
INE – The Institute of Neuromorphic Engineering
INE News – The Institute of Neuromorphic Engineering official news site
The Semiconductor Subway – Provides links to semiconductor and microsystem information
EE Times – Technology news site
IEEE – The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IEEE Sensors Journal – The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Sensors Journal
IEEExplore – Database of IEEE & IEE journals, standards, magazines, and conferences
NASA Astrophysics Data System – Provides abstract and article services
Science – Online magazine
PubMed – NIH database of biomedical articles
|Researchers and Laboratories|
|Iguana Robotics, Inc. – Biomorphic Robotics Research, Interactive Education & Multimedia
CISST ERC – Engineering Research Center for Computer Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology
Koch Lab – The Caltech Research laboratory of Christof Koch
Telluride Workshop – The NSF Workshop on Neuromorphic Engineering
Elias Lab, U. Delaware – Neuromorphic Systems and User Interfaces
Bugeye, Adelaide – Insect visual systems modeled in VLSI
Jan Van der Spiegel – Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Center for Sensor Technologies, UPENN
Andreas Andreou – Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science, Johns Hopkins Univeristy
Ralph Etienne-Cummings – Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Gert Cauwenberghs – Professor of Neurobiology, U. California San Diego
Nitish Thakor – Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Timmer Horiuchi – Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland
Shihab Shamma – Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland
|Components and Materials|
|Please note that we do not necessarily endorse or recommend any manufacturer, distributor, or website.
These sites are listed in no particular order.Parts (ICs, etc.) ManufacturersMOSIS – Make your own chips. IC prototype fabrication.
Microchip – PIC microcontrollers.
Maxim – Analog & mixed-signal ICs. Part samples available.
Qualcomm – microcontrollers.
Linear Technologies – IC (mostly analog) manufacturer.
Analog Devices – IC manufacturer with nice datasheets.
Texas Instruments – IC manufacturer (now owns Burr-Brown).
Fairchild Semiconductor – Has datasheets on all the 7400 & 4000 series logic circuits.
TE Connectivity – Electrical connectors of all kinds.
Atmel – Capacitive sensor ICs.
DigiKey – Our favorite. Good [fast] service, but can be expensive.
Jameco – Good for common items (logic ICs, sockets, etc.)
Newark Electronics – Electronics parts distributor.
Allied Electronics – Electronics parts distributor.
Arrow Electronics – Electronics parts distributor.
Beyond Logic – interface tutorials covering RS232 (serial) port, parallel port, and USB.
Sunstone Circuits – Inexpensive PCB Design house. 3-4 day turn after submitting Gerber files.
Codeguru – Programming site with lots of free windows GUI (win95/98/2000/NT) source code.
Chip Center – Part search engine.
Embedded.com – Resources for embedded development, including buyers guide.
EDN Network – Resources for designs, trends, and ideas for electronics engineers.