- Body Interface and Bio-Sensing Systems
- Ultra Low Power Neural Interfaces
- Wearable Medical Devices
- Brain Machine Interfaces (BMI)
- Cofounder of Cortera Neurotechnologies
Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Rikky Muller’s Research Group works on implantable and wearable medical devices enabled by advanced microsystems technology and integration. We are interested in understanding how to optimally interface electrical, chemical and optical systems with the human body, and to use this understanding to develop safe, chronic and translational medical devices. Specific areas of interest include brain-machine interfaces, disorders of the peripheral and central nervous systems, and health monitoring applications.
Johnson B, Gambini S, Izyumin I, Moin A, Zhou A, Santacruz SR, Rabaey JM, Carmena JM, and Muller R (2017). “An implantable 700μW 64-channel neuromodulation IC for simultaneous recording, and stimulation with rapid artifact recovery.” IEEE VLSI Circuits Symposium Digest of Technical Papers.
Ghanbari MM, Tsai J, Nirmalathas A, Muller R, and Gambini S (2017) “An Energy-Efficient Miniaturized Intracranial Pressure Monitoring System.” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits.
Maharbiz MM, Muller R, Alon E, Rabaey JM, and Carmena JM (2017). “Reliable Next-Generation Cortical Interfaces for Chronic Brain-Machine Interfaces and Neuroscience.” Proceedings of the IEEE.
Muller R, Le HP, Li W, Ledochowitsch P, Gambini S, Bjorninen T, Koralek A, Carmena JM, Maharbiz MM, Alon E, and Rabaey JM (2015). “A minimally invasive 64-channel wireless μECOG implant.” Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of, Jan;50(1):344-59.