Eren Alay

Research Area

Blast experimentation system testing
Sensors (pressure sensors, accelerometers, strain gages)
Instrumentation implementation and design 
Data analysis


M.S. Biomedical Engineering, 2014 (New Jersey Institute of Technology, NJ)
B.S. Electronics Engineering, 2011 (Ankara University, Turkey)

About me

During my master’s degree, I worked as a Research Assistant in Neural Interface Lab and studied on a research to address energy harvesting issues on wireless stimulation of spinal cord injury which led to a remote neural sensing system.

Joined the research team of CIBM3 on December, 2014. Currently a Research Associate within our center, I am providing technical, analytical and numerical support for the projects. Conducting experiments, collecting scientific research data. Analyzing and interpreting the data to investigate the findings.

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