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Integrated Imaging of Hydraulic Fractures

Researchers in Prof. Paul Segall’s laboratory have developed a patented method for imaging hydraulic fracturing by consistently integrating ground deformation and microseismic data. With this technique, a time sequence of images is computed while recogo...
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A high performance brain computer interface

Brain-computer interfaces or neural prostheses have the potential to substantially increase quality of life for people suffering from motor disorders, including paralysis and amputation. These systems translate recorded neural signals into control signal...
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