Center of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering

Neuroengineering is a branch of biomedical engineering that uses engineering methods to better understand brain function, identify the cause and treatment of various neurological diseases, develop new medical technologies, and ultimately strengthen and improve the nervous system of the brain. Today, the field of neuroscience and neurosurgery of the brain as one of the strategically important scientific fields is considered by many research and academic centers in developed and developing countries.
The field of neuroscience and brain engineering has a wide interdisciplinary relationship with the fields of biomedical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, medicine, and mathematical and physical sciences. One of the most basic methods used in the field of brain neuroengineering is the study and recording of electrophysiology, optogenetics and optical imaging of the brains of laboratory animals. With these methods, the activity of neuronal signals and the cognitive and systematic function of neural networks and areas of the brain can be studied. In the field of neuroengineering, we can also strengthen, modify and improve the function of neural networks in the brain by making tools and technological medical devices. These products are sometimes used as neural prostheses, for example, to repair and improve hearing, vision, and sensory motor systems that are impaired. Neural prostheses are high-tech miniature devices that can control and stimulate nerve cells. These prostheses can repair or improve the dysfunction of the nervous system in the brain when the nervous system is malfunctioning or weakened. For example, in the field of hearing, cochlear implants can be implanted in the brainstem and implants in the midbrain. Called sensory-motor disorder.