on June 23rd, 2017

In-ear EEG devices have become increasingly more popular in the later stages of the last decade. Carel Wessels, the top student of Electronic Engineering at the University of Pretoria for 2016, has now taken on a new challenge. He is designing and developing an in-ear EEG device that will revolutionize industries such as the truck driving industry and the infant care industry.

 

What follows is an in-depth conversation about how electronic engineering and biomedical engineering meet, and what those disciplines of engineering can achieve together. 


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