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Developing neural interfaces is an interdisciplinary challenge. We are looking to hire a wide range of people with diverse engineering, scientific, and operations expertise.

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Developing neural interfaces is an interdisciplinary challenge. We are looking to hire a wide range of people with diverse engineering, scientific, and operations expertise.

Implant

This team is responsible for the entirety of the neural implant, from sensing the signals emanating from then neurons in your brain all the way to transmitting that data wirelessly to a smart device. Doing this in a way that’s biocompatible, lasts for many years, and can sit invisibly inside the head is no small task and requires an interdisciplinary effort from the microfabrication of electrodes, custom chip design, hermetic packaging, wireless power and data transfer, and firmware development.

No prior experience in neuroscience is necessary—we will teach you everything you need to know.

Robotics

The robotics team is responsible for implanting the neural implant in our patients. A robot is two fold necessary for this: first, the threads are smaller than a human hair and cannot be grasped, manipulated, and accurately inserted by a human surgeon. Doing this requires micron precision for the grasp, tens of microns of precision for localizing and tracking the moving brain during insertion, and high speed in order to get hundreds of threads in quickly. Second, scaling to hundreds of thousands then millions of patients means that not only must the thread insertion be automated but also the planning and execution of the rest of the surgery. Without doing so, the supply of neurosurgeons quickly runs out.

Executing on both of these requires novel sensing, kinematics, computer vision, precision mechanical and electrical design, optics, and really everything to do with the design, control, and use of safety critical high precision mechatronics systems.

No prior experience in neuroscience is necessary—we will teach you everything you need to know.

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