We are using passive probes for neuronal recording and microstimulation in acute and chronic experiments with excellent results. The floating condition ensures optimal physiological compatibility with minimal invasiveness and provides excellent quality, richness and stability of single unit activity at different depths.
We use the electronic depth control (EDC) probes in acute experiments with great success. With the EDC system we can map neural responses across an entire brain structure or investigate neural activity simultaneously in multiple distinct brain areas, recording both spiking activity and local field potentials. The ability to fine-tune independent recording positions also makes animal experiments more efficient.
ATLAS Neuroengineering is located in the centre of Europe, on the imec-campus in Leuven, Belgium. With excellent collaboration with imec, the University of Leuven and IMTEK, University of Freiburg we define and develop the next generation smart implantable neural devices. ATLAS Neuro actively participates in a strong cluster network such as MedTech Flanders, the cluster for startups and companies who develop medical devices and DSP-Valley, the cluster of excellence in smart electronic systems and embedded technology solutions.