The Neural Engineering Group

(Not included in picture: Devin Adair, Nigel Gebodh, Akshita Chawla, Doris Ling)

CCNY Neural Engineering Group

The Neural Engineering Group at The City College of New York analyzes nervous system function at multiple scales spanning sub-cellular, single cell, tissue, animal, to human cognitive levels.  Similarly, our translational research and development program integrates experimental testing, medical device development, and clinical trials – with the over-arching goal of improving human health through engineering innovation.

In the Media

Lukas Hirsch

Lukas will work in computer vision on biomedical images.

Maximilian Nentwich

Max will work on biomedical image processing and machine learning.

Ivan Iotzov

Ivan is analyzing the EEG responses to naturalistic stimuli in the context of hearing loss and disordered consciousness.

Forouzan Farahani

Forouzan will work on the effects of direct current stimulation on synaptic plasticity.

Devin Adair

Devin is a Ph.D. student studying Cognitive Psychology at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York

Zeinab Esmaeilpour

Ph.D. student, Biomedical Engineering, The City College of New York (2017-present)

Google Scholar:

Gozde Unal

Phd. Biomedical Engineering , The City College of City University of New York (NY,USA) (2017-Present);

MSc. Biomedical Engineering (minor : Industrial

Niranjan Khadka

Currently studying temperature related mechanism of action of kHz Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) and coupled vascular hypothesis of tDCS.

Greg Kronberg

PhD candidate, Biomedical Engineering, The City College of New York (2015-Present)

Jason Ki

PhD candicate in Biomedical Engineering CCNY

M.S Biomedical Engineering, The City College of New York (2012-2014)

Dennis Truong

PhD in Biomedical Engineering, The City College of New York (2013-Present)

Events and Seminars

Prakhyat Singh

Prakhyat will be working towards understanding the effects of transcranial electrical stimulation on brain activity.

Neural Engineering Research Application

Jens Madsen

Jens is currently working on investigating the connection between attention and education using electro-encephalography.

Yu (Andy) Huang


Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, City College of New

Neural Engineering